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Guidelines for Conference Proposals

Conference proposals should be in keeping with the conference theme and should highlight one or more of the following:

1. Research relevant to student learning outcomes;

2. Professionalism and best practices in student learning and development;

3. New direction in  Higher Education Example: Technology, Leadership, Resident Life, Academic Support, Career Development, Sports, Finance and Outreach

4. Customer Service

Types of Presentations:

Presentations can be identified by one of the following categories:

1. Main Presentation - 1 hour session that is inclusive of question and answer segment

2. Concurrent Session - 45 minutes session inclusive of question and answer segment

3. Creative Showcase – highlighting best practices in programme delivery

 

Proposal Content:

The proposal should include an abstract of no more than 250 words and should outline the learning outcomes. The abstract must reflect the content of the presentation accurately and must correlate to the listed topics and keywords. It must include all information considered necessary by the presenter to merit the selection of the paper.

 

Topics may include but are not limited to:

  • The impact of Positive Learning Environment on Student Success

  • Student Grievance and Learning Disabilities

  • The Role of Student Organizations in Recruitment, Retention and Student Success

  • Building Students` Resilience and Readiness

All proposals are to be emailed to: ctlpahq@gmail.com, closing date May 17th, 2021.