Presenting at the SLATE Conference is a fantastic way to share experiences, gain visibility, build your network and be a part of a really strong professional community. As well, presenting at SLATE is an outstanding professional development activity. When you present at the conference, you not only meet others who share in your professional passions, you also establish your own professional credibility and leadership. SLATE is a conference by and for higher-ed teaching and technology professionals. It’s all about the community, coming together to share experiences, exchange ideas and, in the words of a past conference presenter, “help build the future.” We are dedicated to giving our participants a variety of diverse session topics to choose from. This allows us to offer many speakers the possibility to participate and contribute. By this, we hope to exceed attendee expectations and needs while taking them on varied paths allowing them to discover skills and knowledge they were never aware of or never knew they needed.
So, please begin preparing your proposals now! We welcome proposals featuring best practices, new resources, innovative approaches, discussion of critical issues, presentation of research, and work-in-progress. The SLATE Conference offers between 45-60 presentation sessions, of 45 minutes each, from Wednesday to Friday. So, whether you decide to present a session, chair a panel, or lead a discussion at the annual SLATE Conference, you need to be a part of this amazing event. This page contains information and resources to assist you as a presenter at this year's SLATE Conference. If you do not find an answer to your question, please contact the conference coordinator.