B.1 Individual Speaking/Organising Proposal
If the proposal is accepted as part of the conference programme, is the person named above as the proposal submitter the same person who will be attending the conference and speaking in front of the conference audience?*
Please provide the following details for the person who will be attending the conference and speaking/organising in front of the conference audience:
If the proposal is accepted, the information originally provided about the proposed speaker/organiser will be reconfirmed for accuracy before being published in conference materials and on the website. Any changes in proposed speakers/organisers have to be agreed upon by the conference organisers.
B.2 Co-Presenter Policy
Under almost all circumstances, presentations may only be given by one speaker. For reasons of time and cohesiveness, joint presentations are highly discouraged, are not viewed favourably in the review process and are only approved in rare and exceptional circumstances.
Knowing the policy above, do you intend to include co-presenter?*
Conference organiser policy allows for co-presenters in only a very narrow set of circumstances, when justification has been well defined and an additional speaker adds clear and measurable value to the presentation and the conference programme, which would be impossible with a single speaker. If you think the presentation cannot be given by only one speaker and the co-presenter proposal meets the criteria above, please complete the following:
Please justify below why you feel the proposal is an exception to the stated policy and how having a co-presenter will add clear and measurable value to the conference programme. Please remember that proposals submitted with co-presenters are viewed unfavourably during evaluation.*
B.2A Speakers and Roles
Please describe the role of the main speaker/organiser from the previous section. (e.g., would the main organiser listed above act as moderator, present a viewpoint or contribute to or facilitate the session in some other way?)
Also, in some cases, the session may be led by someone other than the proposed main speaker/organiser already listed. If so, please indicate who this will be and describe their role:
In addition to the leader/organiser, please indicate below the names of those who will be invited to speak/co-facilitate, their background as it relates to the proposal and whether or not they have already indicated their willingness to take part (Optional for workshop proposals, required for Discussion or Debate and Special Focus Session proposals).
Please note selected speakers are subject to approval by the conference organisers. Furthermore, should this proposal be accepted and changes to the listed speakers below made at a later date, conference organisers must confirm inclusion before an invitation can be extended.
Additionally, conference organsiers do not allow presenters to appear in the main programme more than once. If a proposed speaker in an accepted session has already been included in the main conference agenda, they will not be included in an additional session. Sessions organisers will be given the opportunity to choose an alternate speaker, not already appearing in the conference programme, should this situation arise.
Person #1 (subject to conference organisers approval)
Person #2 (subject to conference organisers approval)
Person #3 (subject to conference organisers approval)
If a proposal has more than 3 potential additional speakers, please communicate directly with conference organisers.
Sessions with multiple speakers should be as dynamic and interactive as possible. How will the leader/facilitator of the session ensure dialog amongst those speaking and prompt discussion with the audience?
B.3 Main Speaker/Organiser Biographical Information
Please evaluate and indicate the proposed main speaker/organiser’s presentation experience.*
Please provide details of three of the most recent relevant presentations which the proposed main speaker/organiser has been involved with.
Conference / Event #1
Conference / Event #2
Conference / Event #3
Please provide a short biographical description of the proposed main speaker/organiser (not to exceed 200 words).
Samples of previous speaking engagements can be useful in evaluating a proposal. If available, provide a link to the main speaker/organiser speaking at another conference here.
C.1 Title of Proposal
Title of Proposal:*
(14 words maximum)
The themes for this year’s conference are below.*
Please note that only presentations clearly addressing one of the themes will be forwarded to the review committee.
Please choose which sector the proposal aims to address*
Please choose the region to which your proposal is most relevant:*
C.3W Pre-Conference Event Details
C.3R Research Domain
Presentations that address particular academic theoretical experiences, approaches and case studies in depth can be considered for the Research Domain. They will be judged on the following criteria:
- Methodological rigour
- The novelty of the research topic and approach
- Lucid theoretical framing
- Clear references to related work
Is your presentation research-based?
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C.4 Proposal Content
Provide a short overview of the proposed content (not to exceed 500 words).
C.4A Proposal Description
Please describe the tool, application, service or course you wish to demonstrate. Please note that in the case of tools, applications and services, the purpose of these sessions is to highlight pre-market developments and that preference will be given to those most likely to be of interest to participants. Indicate clearly what the drivers have been for the development of the tool, application or service proposed, how and where it can be used and its state of market readiness. Please note that those who wish to promote market ready and commercial products should take advantage of the exhibition opportunities available. (not to exceed 200 words) *
C.5 Proposal Keywords
In some cases, proposals may cover multiple topics highlighted in the conference programme. Please select (one minimum and up to three maximum) keywords from the list below which categorise the proposal best:*
C.6 Participant Level
The conference intends to offer opportunities for practitioners at all levels to participate, whether they are newcomers to e-learning, or they have an intermediate level of experience or are very experienced in this field. Proposals are accepted at each of the three levels listed below.
Please indicate the level of participant experience the proposed presentation above aims to target:*
C.7 Participant Benefits
Participants attend the conference for an opportunity to learn and share with others in the e-learning community. Please explain how the proposed presentation will benefit the audience attending this session (not to exceed 200 words).*
C.8 Practical Outcomes
In addition to the theoretical content of a proposal, the conference intends to focus on practical outcomes. In relation to the proposal content above, please provide short, focused answers to the following four questions (not to exceed 200 words):
What did this initiative/project do?*
Why was the initiative/project undertaken?*
What were the results of the initiative/project?*
What impact did this initiative/project have?*
C.9 Online References
Please indicate where further online information about the content of the speaker's presentation can be found. Such as a website, blog, podcast, video, social network, etc.
C.10 Visual Samples and Materials
Examples of visual materials can offer a fuller picture of a proposal and speakers are encouraged to include samples of these items. Materials can include 2 or 3 sample slides of the proposed PowerPoint presentation, worksheets or handouts to be included in the presentation or other visual materials related to the proposal content. On the second page of this form, after the submission has been accepted, there will be the option to upload up to three items that support the content described above (Materials should not to exceed 1 MB, and can be provided in formats .ppt, .jpg, .pdf, .bmp, .tiff, .doc, .odt).
D.1 Proposal Content History
Please indicate if the proposed presentation has already been delivered, or is planned to be presented, at another conference before the conference date.*
D.2 Technical Requirements Onsite
All conference rooms for the main conference days are equipped with a laptop, data projector/beamer and a projection screen.
If the presentation requires additional technical materials, please note below and explain why these technical materials are necessary:
Presentations may include short video or audio segments. If sound/speakers for these components are needed, please indicate above. Sound equipment is NOT standard for sessions.
Direct costs associated with pre-conference events, such as room rental, food and beverage for attendees, technical equipment and interpretation (if required), may, in some cases, need to be covered by the organisation hosting/organising the workshop.
In most cases, pre-conference event costs are required to be covered by the hosting organisation if the main intention of the event is a dissemination activity and/or is to provide a platform to promote an organisation's/a project's objectives.
Please confirm below that you are willing to cover these costs, should the need arise.
Yes, the individual/organisation submitting the pre-conference event proposal is willing to cover the direct costs (such as room rental, food and beverage for attendees, technical equipment and interpretation, if required) of the proposed event.
D.4 Willingness to Adapt to Selected Format
Should a proposal be accepted, the conference organisers will provide guidelines and recommendations in respect to the proposal. In an effort to ensure sessions are as interactive and collaborative as possible, the chairperson may also wish to make recommendations and suggestions about a presentation and the format of a session.
Should the proposal be accepted, the proposed main speaker/organiser agrees to collaborate with the conference organisers and the session chairperson by following all guidelines and suggestions about the presentation and to make any adaptations as requested.
In some cases, projects or initiatives presented in the proposal are funded, supported or otherwise attached to additional partners not named within the proposal, such as international or national funding agencies, private sector organisations, higher education institutions or other funding bodies. If the project is supported by additional partners, please provide details here:
Percentage of funding:
Percentage of funding:
Percentage of funding: