Submit a Proposal
Before you Submit
Before submitting a proposal, please review the submission guidelines and selection criteria in the Call for Proposals for specific to the session type:
All proposalsmust be submitted electronically The submission process will take you through 3 steps:
- Select proposal type, enter proposal title, and enter abstract (up to 300 words). Note: Avoid using discipline and course names in titles, as they artificially narrow the scope of the proposal (e.g., "Implementing Problem-based Learning" rather than "Problem-based Learning in a Senior Geosciences Course")
- Enter each author and contact information, beginning with first author.
- Upload 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.
Proposal submissions are 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 and research sessions, poster sessions, opening and closing keynote speakers, a reception, and meeting amenities.