Presenter's Affiliation - Avoid abbreviations regarding
universities and institutions.
Title - Capitalize the first letter of every word all except the articles.
Acronyms - spell out the words and enclose the acronym in parentheses
the first time the word(s) appear; the acronym can then be used in the
rest of the article.
Title of proposal
- This is the title that will appear on the AECT web site and within the
printed program. Capitalize the first letter for every word except the articles,
and do not enter HTML tags. After the proposal rating process begins,
'Title' changes may be made only at the discretion of the Symposium Chair.
- (75 words). This is the short summary that will appear on the AECT web
site and within the printed program. Do not enter HTML
This summary should
clearly indicate the content and scope of the session, giving the reader
a good idea of who would benefit from attending. Good descriptions lead
to better decision making on the part of satisfied attendees
as to which sessions to attend.
After the proposal
rating process begins, 'Short Description' changes may be made only at
the discretion of the Symposium Chair.
- (1000 words max) Include an abstract for your proposal that provides a
more detailed treatment of the session, what will be covered, who it is
intended for, how it will be presented, etc. Upon submission you will
able to review or edit your proposal. The display on the 'Review Proposal'
page is very similar to page that the reviewers will use to read all the
proposals. You may notice that formatting (new paragraghs, bulleted-list,
line breaks etc..) of your text will be lost. If you wish to included
some formatting, you may enter basic HTML tags (<p>,<br>,<ul>)
upon editing your submission. Do not use HTML tags to change the font
size or color.
Once the proposal rating process begins, the 'Abstract' may not be edited.
If your proposal would require special equipment or facility needs, indicate
these on the submission form. LCD projectors (to attach to and project
from your laptop computer), easels and flipstands, and video equipment
(VCRs and monitors) are among frequently needed presentation equipment.
contact information - The person submitting this form is considered
the key presenter for this proposal. In order for AECT to process this
proposal efficiently, accurate contact information for the presenters
is required. The key presenter will be the primary contact for matters
concerning this proposal.
information. AECT must be able to contact your co-presenters; in order
for us to do so, provide the co-presenters' names, institutions, and e-mail