NLGJA 2020 National Convention Session Proposal Form
NLGJA plans to provide over 30 workshop opportunities to over 450 conference attendees at its 2020 National Convention in Chicago. Workshop proposals are an integral step in the process the conference planning committee and NLGJA staff take to provide the most up-to-date and relevant workshops to all of our convention attendees.
NLGJA's convention sessions average 60 minutes long. Time adjustments can be made in exceptional circumstances.
Please be prepared to provide the contact information for a presentation coordinator, an abstract (250 words or less), educational goals for the presentation and any confirmed speakers. NLGJA has found that with the allotted time and subject complexity, workshops and plenaries can include no more than three panelists in addition to a moderator.
If your presentation proposal is accepted, NLGJA will contact you in early Spring to confirm speakers, their bios, head shots and other requirements for the session. NLGJA reserves the right to combine panels, assign speakers or affix sponsorships and will inform you as such as soon as possible.
Proposed Session Title
Note: This title may change before production deadlines for the 2019 convention.
Abstract or Description of Session
Please provide a proposed description as it could appear in the Convention Book. In this description include the topic you hope to cover and the learning objectives you hope to achieve in your presentation. Description should not exceed 250 words.
Session Focus Area
Please identify what the focus of conveyed information
Topic Area Information
Does your session require Audio/Visual or other equipment?
Please describe and explain any equipment this presentation will require. (i.e. laptop, speakers, microphone, projector, DVD player, internet access.) Budget constraints limit the equipment NLGJA can provide.
Have you presented this session before?
Yes, at an NLGJA convention
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