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CEANY Conference 2020 has gone DIGITAL! Mark your Calendars for November 5-6!
Call for Proposals
The CEANY Conference for 2020 will be virtual and it will be free to members! This is an excellent professional development opportunity. CEANY has a strong community of practice. We share best practices so that we can learn from each other. We want to hear from our members and give you the opportunity to share new ideas, practices, policies and programs. We are seeking proposals to support the following conference theme: “Soaring Beyond 2020.” Sub-theme areas are:
1. Vision Forward thinking, future, innovation, demonstration projects, new technology, new delivery methods
2. Focus ”How to”, focus on...student, partnerships, community outreach, programming, data, technology
3. Reflection Best practices, leadership, how you have adapted to the new reality
How CEANY Selects Proposals:
● Your proposal will be reviewed by CEANY Conference Committee members
● Appropriateness of the topic to the conference theme
● Clarity of title, description and presentation outline
● Session format –Using multiple presenters, non-traditional pedagogy and participant engagement through active learning are encouraged
● Description of learning outcomes expected from the session
● Originality of the topic or distinction of perspective
● Submissions judged by CEANY Conference Committee reviewers to be simply advertisements for products or services or overly promotional in nature will not be accepted. However, presentations by member colleges with vendor partners who have created innovation programs or improved service are welcome.
Deadline for submitting proposals is Friday, July 17, 2020
● Presenters must have demonstrated expertise in their subject area and be prepared to teach and challenge conference attendees.
● All presenters must register for the CEANY 2020 Conference.
● Sessions should be dynamic, interactive, and action-oriented. Ideally, all participants can transform newly acquired knowledge into action.● All sessions must have an interactive activity to engage the audience.
● Telling the story at the presenter’s campus is important, but it is also important to be able to extract lessons learned so attendees know how to apply what they’ve heard- a “how to” piece of the session is helpful.
● The following components make up each session:
- Title of Your Presentation: Up to 10 words that accurately describe your session.
- Presentation Description: Up to 50 words that describe your session for the conference. This short description should clearly, persuasively and accurately tell attendees what to expect from your session. Attendees should be able to readily determine the scope and level of the session and its appropriateness for their needs.
- Full Presentation Description: Up to 250-word overview and outline of your session that explains session content in more detail. This information is will ensure that your session is well understood by the Conference Committee.
-Three Key Takeaways: Three anticipated learning objectives for participants.
- Support Materials: Note here what materials you will use to support participant learning (i.e. PowerPoint presentation, hand-outs, etc.)