The NCCE Conference is an opportunity to showcase proven instructional strategies and technology resources that have a positive impact on learning. The NCCE Conference Committee invites you to share your knowledge and expertise by presenting at NCCE 2018. We are providing the following information to assist you in submitting your proposal.
NCCE provides a OneNote notebook for conference attendees to access resources shared in sessions, workshops, academies and summits. You should be prepared to provide a URL that is a link to your resources prior to the conference. It is also important that you accurately indicate the difficultly level for participants with your description, i.e. beginner, intermediate, advanced or appropriate for all audiences.
NCCE will provide a basic presentation set-up with a projector, screen, mic and sound system and wireless presenter Internet. You will need to bring a laptop or mobile device. The NCCE schedule only allows 10 minutes between presenters. It is important that you have your device ready to connect to the projector. You may need to have a mini display port adapter to connect.
Types of Presentations
You may have more than one person presenting at the session, but only the main presenter will receive a discount on conference registration.
Two types of labs are available – either a PC lab requiring specific software for learning (you will be asked to provide the name of any specific software that needs to be installed) or a BYOD lab where participants bring their own device and install necessary apps or software prior to the workshop. (You will need to provide the names of any apps or software for BYOD lab attendees prior to the conference.)
Plan to provide a link to resources that you share for posting in the conference OneNote notebook. You may have more than one person presenting at the workshop, but only the main presenter will receive a $150 stipend and a complimentary conference registration.
IGNITE sessions are 5-minute fast-paced presentations that are intended to “Ignite” the passion, curiosity, and interest of the audience in a creative and unexpected way. Each presenter will have exactly 20 slides that automatically advance after 15 seconds. Each IGNITE session has a conference volunteer that will facilitate the session by introducing the presenters, ensuring presentations are ready, and leading a brief opportunity for questions. IGNITE session rooms are typically theatre seating ranging in size from 60 to 400 seats.
IGNITE presenters should plan to provide a link to your any resources that you share for posting in the conference OneNote notebook.
NCCE also offers Summits and Academies which are a full day of professional development. NCCE works directly with educators and companies to plan and deliver this in-depth learning. Contact Bobby Myers (email@example.com) if you are interested in offering a summit or academy.
If you have additional questions, you may contact Jean Bengfort, Conference Program Director, at firstname.lastname@example.org.