Call for Proposals (Due January 15, 2018)
This is a "call for proposals" form for the upcoming 2018 Washington State Canvas Conference (WACC)

WACC will be held March 29-30, 2018 at Tacoma Community College.

We're open to ALL proposals concerning Canvas and Higher Education and eager to consider your workshop and/or lecture proposals.

If your proposal is accepted, you will need send us your presentation materials before the conference. We will contact you with the details.

Please email Sarah Griffith at with any questions.

Thank you,

The eLearning Council
Professional Development Workgroup

WACC 2018: Washington state's Canvas Conference is a collaborative conference focused on enriching our Canvas users across 34+ Colleges and 6 Universities. To learn more, visit the archives for this conference at

This Year's WACC Theme is Unite!
First name *
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Last name *
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Your college or university *
Identify the college or university where you work/teach the most, or will represent during the presentation.
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Your email address *
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Your phone number
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Your title should describe what we'll come away with from your session. Please try to keep your title short, as well.
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If your session has a co-presenter, provide full name(s) and contact information for presenter(s) here.
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Session Length: First choice *
Select your first choice for session length
Session Length: Second choice
Select your second choice for session length
SESSION: Description *
If your proposal is selected this description will be used in the program handout. Please limit to 100 words
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What level of Canvas/technology user would attend your session?
TECHNOLOGY: Will your session require technology? *
Please describe in detail what type of room and accommodations your session would need. Available technology includes, computer with projector, WiFi, microphone, etc.
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What technology, if any, will you demo in your presentation (ex: Office 365, Google Apps, etc? Please list that technology:
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