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CUE is a grassroots organization that strives to offer conferences that celebrate the classroom and learning with technology.

Relevant details

Proposal target, to quote:

"Concurrent Sessions

Concurrent sessions are one-hour, lecture-style presentations that address all areas of the curriculum and appeal to a variety of teachers. Sessions may be given by a single speaker, team or panel who can address the needs of the novice user of educational technology as well as the more experienced professional."

Proposing steps

According to the CUE Conference Speakers Selection Process:

"This is the predominant session of the conference. Sessions are one hour in length. Once the CUE office receives applications, the originals are kept and the strand, title, and abstract are copied to a file and sent to the Speaker Selection Committee. Proposals are evaluated on the abstract content. (They are read blind, the reader does not know the submitter's name.) Three reviewers read each abstract. The volunteer Speaker Coordinator reviews any proposals with discrepant scores. Reviewers use the following rubric to rate proposals."

  1. One person get an account to submit the proposal and receive the dead-tree acceptance/rejection letter (quaid)
  2. Make sure proposal includes:
    • submission form
    • title
    • description
    • abstract.
    • Write a good abstract. Focus on a solid presentation
  3. Get in by 1900 UTC 2008-09-12

Draft proposal

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