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Presentation Submission

SCCITL Conference

Help Ensure Your Presentation is Accepted

Here are a few tips to submitting a successful proposal:

  • Include a range of perspectives for innovation
  • Consider the diversity of your audience
  • Adhere to the submission form directions on max words

Session Definitions

  • 30-minute Interactive Presentation
    • Interactive presentations should be informal presentations that include opportunities for audience participation and hands-on experiences.

 Conference Strands

  1. Developing twenty first century skills- Spotlighting the content knowledge, literacies and proficiencies that prepare individuals to meet the challenges and opportunities of today’s world. This includes collaboration, team work and critical thinking.
  2. Innovations, techniques, and technologies - Creating effective approaches and practices for teaching and learning which may include the use of technologies. 
  3. Professional development and professional learning communities- Designing educational opportunities for a lifetime of learning and successful career development. 

Information for Presenters

Important Dates

  • February 1, 2019 - Call for conference proposals
  • February 1, 2019 - Registration opens
  • May 31, 2019 - Deadline for conference proposals
  • June 14, 2019 - Notification of conference presentation acceptance
  • June 21, 2019 - Deadline for presenters to accept

Presenter Registration

All presenters are required to register for the conference. SCCITL does not reimburse conference presenters for travel or hotel expenses.

Presentation Materials and Audio-Visual Equipment

Presenters are responsible for providing any materials they plan to use or distribute in their presentation. If your proposal is accepted, SCCITL will confirm your audiovisual needs.

Commercial Solicitation

Commercial solicitation is prohibited in all presentations. If you are representing a commercial interest, your presentation must be educational in nature.

Notification

Acceptance/rejection notification will be sent via email to the primary presenter by June 14. It is their responsibility to relay that information to all co-presenters. Scheduling information will be sent to all participants at the end of spring.

Make sure to click submit at the bottom of the page to be brought to the confirmation page.

Presentation Title: A good title is memorable, concise, and quickly conveys the value of the session. Shorter titles are preferred. (20 words max)







This is the abstract for your presentation as it will appear in the conference program. The abstract should be geared toward your audience and be clear, concise, and engaging. Accurate in conveying the most important points of emphasis in the presentation and the type of presentation format that will be used. Practical and clear in mentioning any specific deliverables that attendees will get from your session.


This information will be used to help select presentation proposals. It will not appear in the conference program. Please provide a detailed description on additional background information, the purpose of your presentation, and how your presentation is unique and different on this topic. Please share references for your presentation in this section.


This area should include how you plan to engage your audience during your presentation. 


This area should include how you plan to engage your audience during your presentation.