Call for Training Materials

Submissions Due: Ongoing

Online Publication: From February 2012

IT Professional magazine seeks IT training materials for practitioners for posting on Computing Now.

Specifically, we are looking for 30- to 45-minute multimedia training sessions that present procedures and strategies that address common problems faced by IT professionals around the world. These sessions should offer practitioners appropriate methods, approaches, techniques, guidelines, and/or tools. Topics of interest include (but not limited to) the following:

  • Cloud computing
  • Mobile computing
  • Web 2.0 & 3.0
  • Health IT
  • Semantic networks
  • IT in emerging markets
  • Cyber security
  • Application development and deployment
  • Current trends in IT

Submissions must be practical in nature; overly complex, purely research-oriented, or theoretical treatments are not appropriate. In addition, they should include one or more of the following elements: video, audio, or PowerPoint slides.

Submissions deemed within scope of this project will be reviewed by members of the IT Professional editorial board and may be edited for clarity, organization, and length.

Questions and Submissions

For more information, contact Associate Editor in Chief San Murugesan at For questions about file formats and sizes, please contact IT Pro's lead staff editor, Bob Ward (

Upload submissions to along with a two- to three-page description of the session (including scope, coverage, target audience, intended benefits, and brief bio of author(s)) and send San an email (with "IT Pro training" in the subject line) that you've uploaded files for review.