The Call for Proposals is open until June 7, 2019.
Interested presenters will complete the “Presenter Information” form by clicking on the link below and must also submit a 2-minute video of a prior or current presentation in English (slides, if included, should also be in English). The video submission will assist the Proposal Committee in the selection of presentations for the 24-hour virtual conference.
Presenters whose proposals are accepted will be required to work with the NACADA Executive Office to create a recorded version of their presentation at least one month prior to the September 10 broadcast date. This will be done to ensure that there is a taped version of the presentation for use in the event of an unavoidable technology issue on the day of the live conference. The taped content will be available to conference participants unable to view the original (live) conference. In addition, a small portion of some videos (5-10 minutes worth of content) may be used on the NACADA website to provide ongoing content for NACADA members. Presenters are encouraged to practice their presentation in preparation for the taped session as well as for the live event.
If a presenter would like to record a second version of their presentation in another language for use after the live event, it is encourage but not required.
Presenter times for the live event beginning September 10 will be chosen as much as possible with regard to the best presentation time(s) in the presenter’s time zone. Unfortunately, the Planning Committee is not able to guarantee that the presenter will be presenting during an ideal time for their time zone. It is possible that some presenters will be chosen to present during evening or early morning hours in their time zone to ensure that there are live presentations throughout the 24-hour period of the conference.
Proposal Submission will need to include the following to be considered:
- Presenter Contact Information
- Co-Presenter Contact Information, if needed
- Presentation Title
- Presentation Proposal
- 130 Word Abstract
- 2-Minute Video
The submission portal is a google form; you must login to a google, or associated account, to submit your proposal.
Please have this information and the video ready prior to submitting your proposal to make the submission process as simple and smooth as possible.