2016 Convention Workshop Proposals
SETC Annual Convention March 2-6, 2016 Greensboro, NC
Applications for 2016 Workshop Proposals are now OPEN.
Workshop Proposal Deadline: September 30, 2015
Guidelines for Selecting Proposals
SETC will not select proposals that attempt to promote or sell a product or issue. Our exhibiting and advertising opportunities are better suited for those needs. For more info about those opportunities, please contact Quiana Clark-Roland.
Graduate and advanced students may assist a presenter as participants on panels and in workshops when appropriate and must register as "Individuals." Workshop proposals from undergraduate students will not be considered.
September 1, 2015
September 30, 2015
October 15, 2015
November 15, 2015
November 22, 2015
December 5, 2015
Workshop proposals open
Workshop proposals audio/video request deadline
Workshop proposals submission deadline
Convention registration opens
Accepted workshop proposal notification deadline
Declined workshop proposal notification deadline
Deadline for accepted workshop presenters to register convention
We strive to achieve a balance of programming for all attendees. Each proposal is reviewed on its own merit. If a presenter submits multiple proposals, one or all may be accepted. If you prefer to present only one workshop, you may either submit one proposal only, or upon acceptance of multiple workshop proposals, contact Vice-President of Services, Pat Gagliano, to discuss your presenting preferences.
SETC seeks proposals that:
- Contain leading-edge information/theory/innovative practices
- Emphasize training, learning and performance
- Are "how-to" and hands-on
- Focus on skill building
- Provide professional development
- Provide information not easily accessible to your target audience
- Offer strategies for growing educational and non-profit organizations
- Offer strategies for using teaching, business and design technologies
Workshop Skill Levels
Workshops will be offered at the following skill levels:
- Beginner/Basic: Introduction and exploration of concepts
- Intermediate: Building on basic skills and developing competency
- Advanced: Fine tuning for artists and practicioners experienced with the concept
- Professional: Offer new approaches and address new challenges for experts in the field
- General: Broad appeal for all
Please carefully consider and cleary note which skill level your proposed workshop is designed for.
Review and Notification Process
You will receive electronic notification when your proposal has been received. You will receive email notification by November 15, 2015, if your proposal is selected; you will receive email notification by November 22, 2015, if your proposal is declined.
SETC does not provide honoraria for presenters at the convention; SETC is a membership organization and all workshop presenters and their assistants are required to be members of the organization and must pre-register for the convention (which includes SETC membership). Selected presenters must register for convention prior to December 5, 2015.
If you need assistance submitting your workshop proposal, please contact Quiana Clark-Roland.