Teaching and Learning Conference

Presentation Proposal Form

Presentation Proposal Form

Please complete and submit the form below to submit your proposal. All proposals will go through a blind peer-review process by a minimum of two reviewers using the following Proposal Evaluation Rubric: Proposal Evaluation Rubric.pdf

Please Note: Presenters are responsible for registering for the conference, paying the conference registration fee, and securing and paying for travel and lodging. This is a requirement for all accepted presentations. Please plan and budget accordingly before submitting.

Important Dates

Proposal submission deadline is: January 11, 2016
Proposal acceptance notification will be sent by: February 1, 2016

Session Type Descriptions

Regular Session (45 minutes)
In keeping with the theme of the conference, presentations should include an activity that engages the audience. For example, a 45-minute presentation might allow 15 minutes for topic introduction and background information, 15 minutes for an audience participation activity, and 15 minutes for summary and questions. Please describe the activity that you plan to use to engage the audience.

Pecha Kucha Session (6 minutes and 40 seconds each)
Sessions featuring several Pecha Kucha presentations will be scheduled at various times during the conference. Pecha Kucha presentations are short, focused, energetic talks where presenters have 20 slides, each shown for 20 seconds. These sessions provide a great opportunity to hear from a variety of speakers in a condensed timeframe. Presenters have just 6 minutes and 40 seconds to explain their ideas before the next presenter takes the stage. Fifteen minutes for questions will be included at the end of all presentations giving audience members time to ask questions of the presenters. Because of the time constraints for these short talks we request that only one presenter speak during the 6 minutes and 40 seconds.

Poster Session
Poster sessions are an opportunity for presenters to demonstrate their work in a one-on-one setting. Posters should fit within an area 5 feet wide by 5 feet tall. Proposals are for printed posters only this year.

Additional Information for Poster Presenters



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Lead Presenter
If not affiliated with a USG institution, please select "Other" and enter your organization in the field below.
Presentation Information
Regular Session     Pecha Kucha     Digital Poster     Printed Poster
Developing Students' Critical Thinking Skills
Distance Learning/Blended Learning
Collaborative Models
Connected & Mobile Learning
Complete College Georgia Efforts
Open Educational Resources
Please use title case and limit titles to 20 words. Titles longer than 20 words will be edited by the conference editor or sent back for you to edit.
Describe the main points of your presentation and the intended audience. If accepted following blind peer-review, this abstract will be published in the conference program. Please read carefully for grammar, spelling, and sentence structure. Abstracts that exceed the word limit will be edited by the conference editor or sent back for you to edit.
Please describe how your presentation relates to the conference theme, your objectives of the session, and ways of involving the audience in the session. This information will not be included in the conference program. This information will be used during the peer-review process to provide more information to reviewers so that they may accurately judge your proposed presentation. Include as much information as is helpful to enrich the reviewer’s understanding. Please limit your description to 300 words. Because this is a blind peer-review process, please be sure the description is free of references to authors and institutions.
Co-Presenter(s) (if applicable)
First Name Last NameInstitution / Org.Email