CALL FOR PROPOSALS
We have several exciting opportunities for you to share your knowledge, expertise, and best practices at the conference. In addition to concurrent sessions, we will also have a block of time dedicated to “rapid-fire” discussions and roundtable discussions. The rapid-fire and roundtable discussions will have specific topics that relate to our theme of student success and also reflect feedback from you, our most important asset.
The deadline for these proposals is Friday, April 19, 2019!
NCLCA has entered an agreement with Innovative Educators to livestream some of the concurrent sessions. NCLCA will select four presenters for live streaming. These presenters will be required to:
Presenters may opt out of allowing their session to be considered for livestreaming. However, preference for selection and scheduling may be given to presenters who are willing allow their sessions to be livestreamed.
Successful proposals in the past have centered on topics such as:
Applicants should apply for the type of session that best supports their topic.
To submit a Concurrent Session proposal, please click the link below:
What are rapid-fire discussions and what are the topics that I could submit a proposal on?
Download Rapid-Fire Discussion Format (PDF)
To submit a Rapid-Fire Discussion proposal, please click the link below:
Roundtable discussions provide an opportunity for attendees to discuss critical issues and share approaches, best practices, questions/concerns, and even opportunities for us, as a profession, to continue exploring and researching. Roundtable discussion leaders provide an introduction on a given topic and a brief overview of what works well at their center/ institution and what challenges/opportunities they are exploring. Please remember, our attendees also contribute to the conversation, which means part of your role is to help facilitate dialogue!
Possible topics include:
Download Roundtable Discussion Format (PDF)
To submit a Roundtable Discussion proposal, please click the link below:
For the convenience of the attendees, during conference check-in, all presenters will provide a digital copy of their materials (presentation and handouts) for publication on the NCLCA website after the conference.