Call for proposals

The  50th Annual North American Association of Summer Sessions (NAASS) Conference will be held at the Westin in downtown Denver from November 10-13. Proposals are being sought for conference sessions.  The conference theme is “Honoring our Pasts, Creating our Future”.

Presentation Formats:
  • Concurrent Sessions offer experienced Summer/Winter Sessions professionals the opportunity to present a topic and discuss its relevance and applicability. Attendees expect high-quality presentations with some opportunity for questions and answers.
  • Roundtable Discussions give the leader or host the opportunity to present a relevant topic. Presenters interact with attendees by framing the topic as well as sharing and soliciting ideas.
  • Panel Presentations include 2 or more presenters who share unique aspects of a defined topic.
  • NEW-- Hands-On Booths are short, technical workshops. Attendees bring/share their laptops and learn skills on creating a Constant Contact email, setting up a Facebook page, interpreting your Google Analytics’ reports, etc.

Professional Benefits of Presenting:
  • Publication - Abstracts of accepted presentations will be printed in the Conference Schedule and proceedings will be published on the NAASS web site. There is also the possibility of adapting your presentation for publication in Summer Academe. (See Summer Academe Guidelines)
  • Peer Interaction and Vetting - A consistent highlight of NAASS conferences is the open sharing and collaboration among colleagues. Presenters learn not only from the presentation preparation efforts, but also from the feedback and questions from their peers.  


Submit your Proposal online by July 15, 2013

  • Go to http://naass.jhu.edu
  • Enter your first and last name
  • Enter your email address
  • Enter the following password: November2013 (Case Sensitive)

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