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2018 Proposal Submission Worksheet
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AAACE Proposal Submission Worksheet

(Proposal Submission Worksheet - pdf)

You may use this as a guide as you prepare your proposal for the conference. This is a worksheet only - you still must complete the form on ProposalSpace. We recommend you copy and paste from this Word document into the submission form on ProposalSpace.

Title for your Session (required 15 word limit)

Select the FIRST area in which your presentation best fits. (required)
Select the SECOND area in which your presentation fits. (optional)
A drop-down menu will appear for each of these items. There are many selections from which to choose. It is recommended you select the focus of the relevant SIG or Commission.

Type of Presentation Requested  
Pick the type of session you wish as your first choice. The Review Committee reserves the right to assign an accepted proposal to a different type of presentation format.

• Concurrent Session (45 minutes)
• Shared Concurrent (2 oral presentations in 45 minutes)
• Roundtable (45 minutes)
• Poster Exhibit (TBD)
• PechaKucha (new format; 20 slides shown for 20 second each)

Please list at least 3 keywords

Session Abstract (50 word limit)

Target Audience (100 word limit)
Please describe your target audience. This will be printed so please check spelling and grammar carefully.

Learning Outcomes (100 word limit)
What will learners know or be able to do as a result of attending this session? Limit: 100 words

Session Description (200 word limit)
Summarize your session noting its importance, impact, innovation, and timeliness.

Format & Technique (100 word limit)
How do you plan to organize and present this session?

Efforts are made to try to schedule sessions on the day preferred by the Primary Presenter, though this cannot be guaranteed. Please check your preference (required).

• No preference
• Wednesday, October 3
• Thursday,October 4
• Friday, October 5

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