2017 FCHC Conference Presentation Proposal - American Dreams, American Dreamers

 

To submit a proposal click the Call for Proposals link below, create an account, ensure that 'Create account as Author' is checked. Once the account is created proceed through the submission form. The first screen is where you select the presentation field and the format for the presentation. The next screen has the Authors and Titles and Abstracts, please make sure to use a valid e-mail address so we are able to communicate with you. Add additional authors as needed.

Call for Proposals

 

Presentation Details

Deadline: December 2, 2016

 

Types of presentations

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Informative Presentation - Informative presentations are very similar to research presentations, however, panelists do not have to share classroom or academic research interests, but can use this session to inform conference attendees of different initiatives or trends in Honors education. The session concludes with a Q&A session. 
Time (minutes): 10-12 
Abstract Word Limit: 150

Workshop - Workshop sessions focus on the exchange of ideas through the demonstration and application of specific techniques and skills. Delivery methods can include small group activities, work sheets, and the like. 
Time (minutes): 45-50 
Abstract Word Limit: 150

Roundtable Discussion - Roundtable discussions are facilitated discussions between attendees and the organizers. The objective is to create a dialogue on the selected topic and encourage an information exchange that participants can take back to their home institutions. 
Time (minutes): 45-50 
Abstract Word Limit: 150

Research Poster - Research posters encourage discussion in a less formal manner and will be displayed for one full day of attendee viewing. There will be one session where the presenters will be with their posters to answer attendee questions. Presenters should plan on bringing their own materials to display their posters (such as an easel, stand up presentation board to place on a table, etc.). 
Time (minutes): 45-50 
Abstract Word Limit: 150