Submit a Proposal (closed)
Before you Submit
Before submitting a proposal, please review the submission guidelines and selection criteria in the Call for Proposals specific to the session type:
← Click on the submission guidelines
← (before using the "Submit a Proposal" button)
← to see what you will need to submit your proposal
All proposals must be submitted electronically. The submission process will take you through 4 steps:
- Select your proposal type (i.e., practice, research, conversation, or poster) and proposal category (e.g., assessment, technology, strategy).
- Enter your proposal information (e.g., title, abstract, literature review, goals, discussion). You will be providing this information in two formats. First, at this stage, you will simply be cutting-and-pasting the text from your various proposal sections (e.g., abstract, lit review, discussion) into text boxes on the screen. Do not include any graphs, charts, or pictures. This information will be used in the blind-review process.
- Enter each author, with contact information, beginning with the first author.
- Upload a Word document (.doc or .docx) that follows the appropriate template: using the Research/Practice Proposal Template, the Conversation Proposal Template, or the Poster Proposal Template. This is the second time you will be providing your proposal information. The document you upload should not be "blind" and must follow the appropriate template.
|Call for Proposals is now Closed.|
Authors and presenters who plan to attend the conference will need to register for the conference. Registration is free and includes printed conference guide, access to an electronic full proceedings, continental breakfast, continuous break food, and lunch each day. The conference includes practice sessions, research sessions, conversation sessions, poster sessions, opening and closing keynote speakers, a reception, and meeting amenities.
Delve deeply into specific topics related to teaching and learning in higher education.
- Conference Flyer (pdf)