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Registration for the 2018 RWA Virtual Conference has closed.
Read. Write. Act. Virtual Conference 2018 - Presentation Proposal
Priority deadline is August 30, 2018. Please complete the form below to submit your presentation proposal. Prior to submission, print/save a copy for your records. The Read.Write.Act. 2018 Virtual Conference theme will be ‘Literacy Without Limits’ and will focus on novel and innovative approaches to literacy education. We are interested in programs and research that demonstrate the expansiveness of literacy education and how it intersects with a variety of other academic disciplines. Additionally, we are seeking proposals that provide specific teaching techniques focusing on the real-world applications of literacy skills. As always, we are interested in individuals and organizations that focus on education equity, learner-centered design, and participatory approaches. Proposals are not limited to the topics of reading and writing but may be expanded to include other forms of literacy (e.g. digital literacy, math literacy, health literacy, financial literacy, information literacy etc.).
Include first and last names
Presenter E-mail Address
Please be sure that your e-mail address is typed correctly
Presenter Phone Number:
We will use this number to contact you in case of issues during web conferencing - please make sure to include a number by which you will be accessible.
Example: Program Director, Student, Tutor, etc
Please provide the name of your affiliated organization/campus
Contact Information for Additional Presenters
Include name(s), e-mail, and phone number
Organization Twitter Name
Organization Facebook Name
example: Scale UNC
How did you hear about this call for proposals?
Please limit to 150 words per presenter
Name of the Presentation
Summary of your presentation:
What are the intended outcomes of your presentation?
What would you like for the audience to take away?
How does this presentation relate to the theme?
Relate presentation topic to overall conference theme
List three keywords that describe your presentation
Examples: health literacy, computer literacy, K-12 tutoring, adult ed, social justice, civic engagement, access, learner-centered
Please check the following if it is true:
I have access to a wired internet connection.
I have access to a headset for my computer.
I have participated in an online class or webinar.
I have presented at a webinar.
I feel comfortable with new technology.
How will you make your presentation interactive?
Please provide a brief list of ideas to make your presentation interactive, such as having participants ask questions, chat, or respond to a poll during your presentation.
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