Create NEW Accounts for Proposal & Review Submission
Proposals will be submitted using All Academic, an online conference management system.
Prior to submitting your proposal, you will need to:
- Create your own All Academic Account , and
- Have each of your co-speakers create an individual All Academic Account.
Proposals Must be Blinded
You will also need to blind your title, session description, and entire proposal. Therefore, do not include the author(s), university, state, county, or city names; project titles; or websites. Instead use Author (year) for citations and references and state X, city X, project X, etc., for any identifying information.
If a proposal is not blind, it will not be reviewed.
Be prepared to submit the following information for each proposed session:
Provide required information for all presenters , including
|Provide the requested presentation strand , session format , and duration , if applicable.|
|Provide 3-5 keywords that specify the session topic beyond the strand description.|
|Provide an informative title (up to 15 words) and a brief description of the session (up to 40 words) to be listed in the program. Both the title and session description must be blinded.|
All proposals must be:
Proposals longer than two pages will not be reviewed. Proposals should provide sufficient information for reviewers to use the review criteria and include some detail of how the session will be organized in the proposed time frame.
Limits on Participation
Regardless of session format, an individual may serve as lead presenter for no more than one session and may appear no more than twice on the program. Lead presenters must personally certify that all co-presenters have confirmed their willingness to participate in the session.
Resources to Consider when Preparing a Proposal
For Extended Sessions, Symposia, Discussion Sessions, Individual Sessions and Brief Reports, the conference venue will provide a screen and digital projector for each room. Presentations requiring audio must indicate their request as part of the proposal submission. No other equipment will be provided by AMTE.
For the Poster Session, a 30” x 40” foam board, push pins, and an easel will be provided. Laptop computers and/or audio speakers are not appropriate for use in the Poster Session.
Internet access will be available to presenters and attendees in all conference areas.
ETA hand2mind is a sponsor of AMTE and has offered to provide manipulative materials at the 2017 annual conference so that attendees can participate in hands-on activities in conference sessions. Presenters of accepted sessions will have the opportunity to reserve and use materials, which may be found at www.hand2mind.com .