Call for proposals deadline soon

Call for Roundtable Proposals
Don't forget proposals are due by January 9th, 2015!

The 14th National Conference
for
Accelerated Programs in Higher Education:
  

Innovative Accelerated and Online Programs:
Shine in a Competitive Market!

Tuesday, August 4, 2015 - Pre-Conference Events
August 5 & 6, 2015 - Main Conference
   
The Hospitality Learning Center
Metropolitan State University of Denver


 The Council for Accelerated Programs (CAP) is seeking roundtable proposals for its 2015 Annual Conference. 
  
Those selected to facilitate will receive the CAP Member registration fee, and CAP Members who are selected will receive an extra special gift from CAP!
  
  Proposals should be relevant to one of the following themes:
  • Online Accelerated Learning
  • Blended Accelerated Learning
  • Research in Accelerated Learning
  • Innovative Practices in Accelerated Learning
  • Innovative Practices in Teaching in Accelerated Programs
  • Innovative Practices in Teaching in Online Programs
  • Ways to Differentiate your Accelerated Programs in a Competitive Market
  • How Adult Learners Thrive
  • Attracting the Finest Faculty to your Accelerated Programs
  • Accelerated Programs in a Global Market
Roundtable facilitators should be prepared to lead an interactive discussion of their topic with interested participants.  Hand-outs may also be provided to participants. Roundtable sessions will be one hour in length or less, and can be facilitated by one or two people.  CAP may also offer Workshop Sessions which will be longer in duration.  CAP representatives may contact you to inquire if you are interested in facilitating a workshop instead if your topic is a good fit for the workshop schedule.

Proposals should be no more than 300 words in length including a concise title.  All proposals must be based on work or initiatives occurring in accelerated programs at a post-secondary institution.  Proposals will be evaluated based on their specific theme and current criticality to accelerated programs.

Proposals should include facilitator names, titles, institutional affiliations, daytime phone numbers and email addresses.  The preferred method of submission is via email as an attached Word document.  Please submit proposals to Jeannie McCarron at jmccarro@regis.edu by Friday, January 9th, 2015.  A conference committee will meet to review all proposals. You will be notified as to the status of your proposal no later than Monday, January 19th.

This information will also be posted on the CAP website at www.capnetwork.org.

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