1. What is the conference theme? How should I align my presentation proposal?
The theme of this year’s conference is Getting to the Heart of Learning. A primary goal of the conference is to provide a platform where presenters can share their ideas and experiences about how, as an institution, we can develop more meaningfully connections that make a positive, lasting impact on learning experiences at Memorial
2. How do undergraduate students and alumni make a presentation at the conference?
Undergraduate students and alumni are eligible to present on a topic co-authored with a faculty or staff member in the related area.
3. How long are each of the concurrent sessions?
All concurrent sessions are scheduled for 45 minutes. Within the 45 minutes, presenters are expected to leave some time for Q/A with participants.
4. What technology will be available in the rooms used for the concurrent sessions?
Sessions will be hosted in rooms that are equipped with a computer, projector and microphone. Web conferencing software may also be available to allow for remote participation. CITL staff will be available to assist these situations.
5. Will the concurrent sessions be recorded?
With presenter permission, sessions will be recorded and shared after the conference. This will allow those who could not attend the conference to benefit from the information shared. It also provides a great artifact for presenters’ portfolios.
6. What help will be available to those who are chosen to present?
An information session will be held for presenters who may want a quick overview of the presentation rooms and the available technology in advance of the conference. CITL Staff will be available during the conference to help presenters set-up for their sessions.