We invite proposals for concurrent facilitated online workshops, of one hour duration. Competition for these coveted spots is likely to be fierce. Proposals will be peer reviewed with emphasis placed on:
- Relevance to the conference theme
- Engagement with participants
Proposals must include at least 2 presenters: while one is presenting the other will manage the online chat. Concurrent sessions will be recorded; by submitting a concurrent submission proposal, you are agreeing to have your session recorded and shared after the conference has concluded.
Submission Form Requirements
- Presenter information: Name, Position/Role, Institution, Email
- Additional Presenters: Name(s) and Role(s)
- Session Title
- Session Description (500 words): The session description should include how the session is relevant to the conference theme (positive resilience and the future of the EDC), the importance of the topic to teaching and learning and/or educational development, the theory, research, and/or practice to be discussed, and a brief description of how your session will run.
- Learning Outcomes: List your intended learning outcomes for participants who attend your session. Learning outcomes should be relevant, measurable, and informed by relevant literature/theory.
- Elements of Virtual/Online Engagement (150 words): How will your session encourage participant interaction and engagement in an online environment? How will you meaningfully engage participants in a virtual setting?
- Session Abstract (150 words): This abstract will appear in the conference program.
- References: Provide up to 3 references, following APA referencing and formatting standards
To submit a Concurrent Session proposal, please complete the following form:
Deadline: October 30, 2018