Call for Speakers

in 229 days

2022 ACUI Annual Conference

event starts

13 Mar 2022

event ends

17 Mar 2022

location

301 E North Water St, Chicago, IL 60611 Chicago, Illinois, United States

website

acui.org/2022


The 2022 Call for Content is unlike anything the Association has ever done before! This year the ACUI 2022 Chicago Team is providing two opportunities for selection to become a conference presenter.

Use this form to be considered the Specific Content Delivery opportunity.

If you want to present at the Annual Conference and are not tied to a specific delivery format please use the Dynamic Content Delivery form. 

Questions? Email acui@acui.org.


Content Formats

Dialogue Facilitation

A 60- to 90-minute facilitated discussion. Facilitators will be given a room and the option to bring in other presenters, panelists, and/or resources to help to engage participants in conversations. Facilitators will conclude by leading participants to creating a commonly agreed upon group action plan.

Flash Session

A 30-minute presentation on a selected topic to be presented individually or with a co-presenter(s). This delivery format provides a quick exploration of a topic area in and is designed for quick takeaways.

Panel Discussion

A 50- to 90-minute session where any combination of staff, students, and/or corporate partners come together and participate in a moderated discussion. Panelists speak from personal experiences and engage one another as they seek to enhance attendees’ understanding around a specific topic or content area.

Poster

A passive content delivery format that captures a snapshot of a given topic or content area via a poster. Information is geared toward engaging attendees in-person and/or virtually with a focus on providing information in a fun, creative, succinct, and engaging manner.

Product Demonstration

A brief 30-minute walkthrough or demonstration of a product. The goal is to expose attendees to new products or services as well as new updates or features to existing products or services.

Show and Tell “Hacks”

A 10-minute presentation about a unique solution to a common problem or challenge. In this session format, presenters will provide attendees a quick overview of a problem/challenge, and then explain the unique steps or processes adapted to solve and overcome it.

Teach-In

A 60-minute session where presenters facilitate an in-depth exploration around a useful or beneficial product or service. Unlike product demonstrations, presenters should plan to present to those who already have product/service and may want a deeper understanding of a more complex area. Presenters are expected to allow time for a general Q&A.

Traditional Session

A 50-minute presentation on a selected topic to be presented individually or with a co-presenter(s). This delivery format often explains or explores a specific topic area in depth and engages participants to think deeper in selected areas.

Workshop

A 90- to 120-minute session aimed at engaging attendees through a combination of presentations, reflection, and/or group work. Workshops are meant to be “deep dives” into specific content areas and enhance attendees knowledge beyond a traditional educational session.


open, 78 days left
Call for Speakers
CfS opens at 12:00 AM

08 Jul 2021

CfS closes at 11:59 PM

12 Oct 2021

This event is in Central Standard Time (UTC-06:00) timezone.
Closing time in your timezone is .

Eligibility

Every presenter at the ACUI Annual Conference must be registered for the conference. Additionally, all presenters must meet at least one of the following qualifications:

  • All individual members, employees, or students at an institutional member in good standing, and retirees are eligible to present educational sessions at the Annual Conference.
  • ACUI nonmembers representing not-for-profit organizations are eligible to present educational sessions. Nonmembers are encouraged to present with ACUI members whenever possible.
  • Corporate presenters at the ACUI annual conference will participate in a separate process in September.

Presenters' ability to present their session from the conference hotel may influence the selection process.

Inclusion

ACUI is committed to providing welcoming, safe, and inclusive learning environments at its conferences and events. During our programs, we want all participants to share ideas, network, and enjoy the company of others, and we recognize that our ability to create this experience depends on the behavior of all in attendance.

Event speakers are expected to conduct themselves according to ACUI’s core values, and the ethical standards of the profession. All members of the ACUI community are to be considerate; refrain from any demeaning, harassing, or discriminatory behavior or speech; and immediately comply with any requests to discontinue objectionable behavior. The following are examples of unacceptable behavior:

  • Offensive, hostile, or derogatory comments.
  • Disruptive actions unrelated to the intended purpose of the event.
  • Conduct that demonstrates a lack of professionalism or respect for another individual.

We ask that all presenters at ACUI conferences be mindful that our audiences include students and professionals from all types of campuses and educational institutions, as well as corporate and nonprofit members and partners. Every effort is expected of presenters and speakers to include appropriate language, material, and examples for the Association’s target audience and membership.

Technical Standards

To successfully deliver your content, we will require each presenter to:

  • Participate in a  training session in advance of the conference.
  • Be accessible during another means in case of emergency.
  • Grant ACUI permission to record, stream, broadcast, distribute, and subsequently utilize all session content without any expectation of rights, remuneration, or interest unless otherwise specified and agreed upon in writing by ACUI.
  • Be publicly listed as a session presenter.




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