PROPOSALS

Proposal Submission is Closed

IMPORTANT DATES

Proposal submission deadline: March 15, 2016 | Conference date: May 24, 2016

PROPOSAL DETAILS

To submit a proposal, you will be asked include the following information:

  • your name, email address, title, and college, department or unit that you are affiliated with
  • the above information for any co-presenters who will be joining you
  • the title of your session
  • type of session:
    • presentation: a lecture style setup with presenters in front and an audience in rows of chairs (30, or 45 minute sessions)
    • lightning talk: a short, five minute talk as a part of a series (Look at http://www.pechakucha.org/ for an idea of this might work)
    • workshop: a more hands-on session with round tables (90 minute or half-day sessions)
    • poster: a table in the main hall that allows presenters to interact one-on-one with attendees
  • length of presentation (5, 30, 45, or 90 minutes, or half-day)
  • audience experience level (beginner, intermediate, advanced)
  • are you willing to be recorded and/or provide presentation materials?
  • are you interested in leading a lunch table discussion?
  • session abstract: 60 words or less, will be posted online and in conference agenda
  • session description: 500 words or less, used in proposal review process
  • learning outcomes: a statement of the knowledge/skills participants will gain
  • short bio: a few sentences about yourself and what you do

WHAT ARE WE LOOKING FOR?

If you have had success with a great tool , or just want to share your experience – we are looking for your proposal!

POSSIBLE TOPICS INCLUDE:

  • Success/use cases
  • New projects
  • Process updates
  • Leadership
  • Governance
  • Infrastructure
  • Web hosting
  • Tech tools
  • Security
  • Cloud
  • WordPress
  • Blackboard
  • Project management
  • Free online tools
  • Educational technology
  • End point management
  • Mobile development
  • Communication
  • High performance computing
  • IT Innovation
  • Career Development