Call for proposals

Call for Proposals Deadline has been extended. 

Please submit by November 26th.  

Conference Tracks 
Presenters are requested to submit proposals for concurrent sessions for topics pertaining to adult and continuing higher education. Areas of focus include but are not limited to: 
• Stand By Your Brand: Marketing
• Tuning Into Professionalism: Leadership
• Breakthrough Performances: Best Practices, Non-Credit
• Putting on the Hits: Best Practices, Credit  
Guidelines for Concurrent Session Proposals: Concurrent sessions will be 45-minutes in length. To propose a concurrent session, please provide the following items of information in the format below:  
1. Name, Institution, Mailing Address, Telephone, Fax, E-mail for all presenters
2. Title of presentation.
3. Recommendation for Novice, Intermediate, Experienced, of All Audiences (Indicate One)
4. Abstract of presentation (70-80 words)
5. Brief biography of presenter(s)
6. One page double-spaced Presentation Summary, including pertinence to conference theme
and which conference track(s) presentation addresses.
7. Special AV equipment needs: indicate if you will be using overhead transparencies,
PowerPoint, or other presentation formats. Unless your presentation is on a flash drive, you
must provide your own laptop computer. A podium, microphone, and one flip chart with
pad and pens will be available in each concurrent session meeting room. 
Send proposals via email by November 26, 2013 as a Microsoft Word attachment to: Julie Shankle at Florida Institute of Technology, at jshankle@fit.edu. Those submitting proposals will be notified of the decision by December 10, 2013. 

Call for Session Presiders: 
Session presiders are needed to introduce presenters, to start and end the sessions on time, and to distribute 
and collect session evaluations. If you are available, please send an email indicating your availability to serve 
as a presider to Patti Spaniola at pspaniola@uwf.edu by November 26, 2013. 

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