Presentation Proposal - NACADA 2014 Annual Conference
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Conference Info
NACADA 2014 Annual Conference

Minneapolis Convention Center
Minneapolis, Minnesota
Wednesday, October 8th - Saturday, October 11th

Proposal Deadline:
February 28, 2014

Contact Info
NACADA Executive Office

Kansas State University
2323 Anderson Avenue, Suite 225
Manhattan, KS 66502-2912

Phone
(785) 532-5717

Fax
(785) 532-7732

Email
nacada@ksu.edu

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Presentation Title
Note: Effective titles are clear and concise. Avoid making presentation title too long.
Please choose up to two advising topics/tracks - a primary and a secondary - as they apply to the content of your presentation.
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Program Format
Please rank - numerically - the formats you would accept for this presentation. (1 indicates the format you feel most appropriate.) The committee may assign you a different format to ensure a balanced program. Mark only the formats you will accept. (Choosing all formats will not enhance the chances of getting your proposal accepted.)
Lecture or Discussion Format for Concurrent Sessions
A 60-minute presentation by one or more presenters; discussion time for questions and answers is encouraged. The length of time set aside for discussion is at the discretion of the presenters.
Panel Format for Concurrent Session
We encourage institutions to come together with a common issue to form a panel.

A panel will consist of a brief introduction by the panel moderator, followed by a brief presentation from each panelist followed by an interactive question-and-answer period with the audience. The best panel sessions are highly interactive, with panelists representing multiple points of view or perspectives from different institutions.

Panels will be formed by individuals submitting their own teams; panels will not be teamed up by the Conference Committee. Accepted proposals will be contacted during the summer for the name of a moderator; all panel sessions are expected to have a moderator for their session.

Panels are expected to represent the views or perspectives of more than one institution.
Poster Presentation
These are presented in the form of a tabletop exhibit and delivered primarily through the use of visual display and handout materials. These sessions are most appropriate for display of specific programmatic approaches and research findings. The presenter should expect to make brief remarks, share information, and answer questions about the presentation topic. All poster sessions are presented during a 1-hour poster buffet breakfast.

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PreConference Workshop:2-Hour  3-Hour  4-Hour
Preconference workshops are designed to feature specialized topics in the advising profession. These should be highly participatory sessions that cannot by effectively addressed in another format. Session participation is limited to maximize the opportunity for interaction. All preconference workshops are on Wednesday, October 8th.
(A maximum of 20 preconference workshop proposals will be accepted.)
What is your presentation based on?
Research - Results of a research-based study or a summary of research applicable to a topic with implications for advising practice or theory.
Theory - Theory-based and challenges or enforces a particular theory.
Models/Applications - Tells how an institution has implemented an advising strategy and its results at that institution.
Personal Growth as an Advisor - Strategies that can help advisors develop personally to enhance their professional effectiveness.
 
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Is your proposal based on the results of a NACADA member survey? NACADA member surveys must be approved PRIOR to submission of a presentation proposal (see survey guidelines HERE).

Failure to secure NACADA sponsorship of a member survey prior to submitting a conference proposal is grounds for cancellation of a proposal/conference session.

If you have a question, please call the Executive Office (785-532-5717) or email nacada@ksu.edu.

Proposals being submitted for a PreConference Workshop (PCW) will only be evaluated for a PCW. PCWs are expected to have a lengthier abstract (250 words), a proposal outlining the interaction to take place, and a detailed explanation of materials the attendees will receive. If you would like to be considered for a Concurrent or Poster Session please submit an additional application with a proposal fitting that format.

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NACADA Executive Office
Kansas State University
2323 Anderson Avenue, Suite 225
Manhattan, KS  66502-2912
Phone: (785) 532-5717   Fax: (785) 532-7732
e-mail: nacada@ksu.edu

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