Propose a presentation

We are looking for a wide variety of presentations related to web, communications, marketing, programming, professional skills and higher education.

To submit your proposal, please complete the following. All fields are required.

Proposed session information

What format below fits your proposed presentation?

Please limit your 45-minute Track Presentation proposals to three per presenter

Please describe the session.

(No HTML code allowed.)

Title is required. HTML (< and > for instance) is not allowed.

This is the description of your session as it would appear in our printed and online program. Please describe what you plan to cover in your presentation, and what an attendee can expect to learn if they come to your session. If your proposal is accepted, we will work with you to edit this text for consistency and marketing purposes.

Abstract is required. HTML (< and > for instance) is not allowed.

Use this area to pitch why your proposal is relevant to conference attendees. This is to help the HighEdWeb Committee better understand your proposal, and will not be shown to attendees.

Pitch is required. HTML (< and > for instance) is not allowed.

How technical is your presentation?

  • Session is not expected to cover web development/coding/programming/analytics
  • Session will cover some web development/coding/programming/analytics topics at a high level or as an overview
  • Session is expected to include coding samples or demos, hands-on work, or some expectation of knowledge of specific technology tools or platforms

In which category/categories would your presentation fit?

Code of Conduct

HighEdWeb is dedicated to working toward a harassment-free community and conference experience for everyone, regardless of identity factors such as (but not limited to) sex, gender, gender identity and expression, sexual orientation, ability, physical appearance, body size, race, ethnicity, nationality, culture, class, age, or faith. All presenters must abide by the HighEdWeb Code of Conduct

Why Present?

  • Share your experience.
  • Network with your peers.
  • Add something cool to your CV or résumé.
  • Receive a free conference registration (up to two discounts per presentation).
  • Be considered for a coveted Red Stapler Award for best presentation.

Session Examples

Check last year's conference program for examples.

Proposal Timeline

  • Proposal deadline is 4/19/2021 11:59:59 PM PDT
  • You will be notified in May if your proposal is accepted.
  • Have questions? Contact the program committee chair.
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