Tuesday, December 12, 2006

EDUCAUSE 2007: "Information Futures: Aligning Our Missions," October 23–26 in Seattle, Washington

Submit a Presentation Proposal
Don't miss the opportunity to play an active part in EDUCAUSE 2007, "Information Futures: Aligning Our Missions," October 23–26 in Seattle, Washington—proposal submission deadlines are approaching. Submit a proposal online now for a preconference seminar or conference session—just complete the simple online submission forms accessible through the links below.
Preconference Seminars
Preconference seminars are half- or full-day in-depth presentations on a specific topic or set of topics that attendees pay an additional fee to attend. Submit a proposal by January 16.
Submission Guidelines
Conference Sessions
Conference sessions usually take the form of lecture-style paper presentations, panel discussions, poster sessions, or presentations offering a multi-institution perspective. Submit proposals byFebruary 6.
Submission Guidelines
Suggested Topics
Benefits of Presenting
As a presenter, you'll not only help create an innovative and informative program, you'll also:
Gain recognition and spotlight your institution’s achievements
Make valuable contacts
Hone your public speaking skills
Build confidence and self-esteem
Related Opportunities
If your proposal addresses an effective technology-related practice or solution implemented on your campus, share it with colleagues by submitting your presentation content to the EDUCAUSE Resource Center's Effective Practices Service.
Consider submitting your material for publication in EDUCAUSE Quarterly. EQ authors receive full editorial support and gain valuable exposure and recognition in a professional forum.

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