Key Points to Consider When Completing Your Abstract
- Briefly state the importance, relevance, value, and/or interest to the Canadian higher education IT community as represented by the CANHEIT and TECC audiences.
- Successful sessions include the delivery of engaging content in an engaging way - try to include participant interaction as much as possible.
- You are are encouraged to move beyond static PowerPoint slides and avoid “talking heads”. Use more interactive discussion and innovative ways for participants to learn from you and one another, and contribute to the shared knowledge in the room.
- Consider the learning outcomes of your session - what will your audience know or be able to do as a result of participating in the session?
a 45-minute presentation timeslot
If you have a great idea for a panel discussion AND are prepared to coordinate it. For example, an "Experience Talks" panel with lessons learned about a particular topic.
Birds of a Feather
Do you have a topic you would like to discuss with like-minded colleagues? Minimal preparation required!
Map out your information on a poster! It will be informally presented during our evening poster reception and on display for the entire conference.
We have introduced 30-minute mini-sessions if you have something smaller to share.
Do you want to host a workshop? A limited number of 2-hour time slots are available. This includes pre-conference TECC workshops.