Submission Deadline Friday, March 7th, 2014
The proposal should state the presentation’s objectives and clearly describe how the objectives will be met (materials shared, methods, activities, etc.). Include the complete title of the presentation, but do not include your name in the proposal.
130 Word Abstract
This abstract will be published in the printed program should your proposal be accepted. Therefore, it should accurately describe your presentation. Conference participants use session abstracts to determine which sessions to attend; therefore, it should accurately describe the content and focus of your proposed session. Well-written abstracts have a greater probability of being selected.
- Enclose cited publications in quotation marks. Please proofread your abstract.
- The 130 word limit includes the presentation’s title. Abstracts exceeding the 130 word limit will not be accepted.
- Abstracts of accepted presentations may be edited by the program committee.
Commercial Presentation Policy
Proposals from representatives who do not represent higher education institutions will be reviewed separately. Sessions are not to be used by individuals for marketing or selling products or consulting or other services. This policy does not prevent product users from referring to specific commercial products. Submission of this proposal signifies my agreement to abide by the NACADA commercial policy.
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