Professional Development Workshops
DEADLINE FOR RECEIPT OF PROPOSALS WAS JANUARY 11, 2009.
Professional Development Workshops are hands-on, interactive sessions that provide an opportunity to learn new skills or hone existing ones. The Workshops precede the Conference, may be either half or full-day Workshops, and thus provide a more in-depth exploration of a skill or area of knowledge. Workshops will be delivered in the language of submission. Presenters are expected to have significant experience in both presenting and in the subject area. Please note that a data projector, laptop and screen will be provided. All other equipment must be ordered in advance and paid for by presenters.
Workshop presenters will not be paid for their contribution but will be exempted from the Conference registration fees.
Workshop Selection Criteria
Workshops will be selected according to 1) the level of experience and knowledge of presenter(s); and, 2) the relevance and potential usefulness of the Workshop content. Please note that there is usually high demand for intermediate and advanced level Workshops.
PROPOSALS MUST BE SUBMITTED USING THE ON-LINE FORM LINKED BELOW.
Workshop proposals must include the following:
- Title of the Workshop.
- Level (beginner, intermediate, advanced).
- Learning objectives and Workshop approach (including participant interaction).
- Targeted attendees, including pre-requisites (if any).
- Names and affiliations of all presenters.
- Presenters' complete mailing address, phone and fax numbers, and e-mail address.
- Biography of presenters (up to 150 words).
Not all proposals will be necessarily accepted.
Please submit your proposal via the ON-LINE SUBMISSION FORM.
For more information, please contact Sue Ryan via e-mail at [email protected] or by phone at 613-725-2526
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