The Conference Program Committee is looking for presentations that are “learner-centric” and meet the needs of participants. The best proposals challenge, inspire and involve participants by providing them with new tools and ideas they can apply in their practice.
We always receive more proposals than we can select, so consider ways to make yours stand out. Be provocative, unique, inspirational, innovative, and consider ways to involve your audience – both in-person and online. Please use plain language when you fill out the form. Jargon is discouraged.
Writing your proposal - Getting started
Before starting your proposal, consider the following questions. They may help you improve your proposal:
If you want to PREVIEW the application form, you can consult the preview here. It's useful to have already thought about certain questions (for example, your agenda for your session or workshop, your learning objectives, etc.).
What are learning objectives?
Learning objectives are NOT a summary of your presentation’s content but rather a description of what participants will be able to accomplish differently after attending your session. Below are examples to help you prepare your learning objectives.
Examples of past conference presentations
For inspiration, review these presentations from past conferences: