Proposal Guidelines  
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The key presenter is the principal contact and is responsible for coordinating all correspondence among co-presenters and the League as well as managing and facilitating the presentation.

Presentation Types (Please see descriptions.)

  • Forum
  • Roundtable Discussion
  • Poster Session

Session Streams (Please see descriptions.)

  • Learning and Teaching
  • Leadership and Organization
  • Workforce Preparation and Development
  • Student Success
  • Basic Skills and Developmental Education
  • Resource Development and Foundation Management
  • Research, Assessment, and Accountability
  • Diversity,  Equity, and Inclusion
  • Sustainability
  • Open Educational Resources

Presentation Title
Up to 10 words that will catch the attention of conference participants and accurately describe your session.

Presentation Description
A maximum of 30 words used in the conference program to succinctly, persuasively, and accurately tell participants what to expect from your session. The description should be written to help conference participants determine the scope and level of the session and its appropriateness to their needs. Descriptions should indicate who the session will particularly benefit and what they will learn.

Presentation Plan
A brief overview of your proposed activities, visual aids, and handouts. Describe how you plan to ensure audience involvement. Traditional lecture-only presentations are strongly discouraged.

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