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38th CSUN Assistive Technology Conference - General Call for Presentations

Overview of General Call for Presentations

The 38th CSUN Assistive Technology Conference invites submissions of presentations for this conference to be held March 13-17, 2023, at the Anaheim Marriott. The CSUN AT Conference is the world's longest-running and largest conference of its kind on the topic of assistive technology and the positive impact on persons with disabilities.

Submissions are due by 3:00 PM (PDT) on Tuesday, September 27, 2022.

Reviewers will be looking for presentations in the general domains of new concepts concerning hardware and software, adaptive devices, access to technology, training programs, results of research, and overall best practices in any area of assistive technology. A wide variety of submissions are encouraged for the Call for Presentations in the topics listed below.

Topics

This list is suggestive of the types of presentations for consideration, but by no means restricted to these specific areas.  

Submission Process

Please review the following guidelines before starting a submission.

We have revised and updated the submission process to help guide presenters to provide the most accurate and appropriate information associated with the content of the presentation.  In the submission process, presenters will now complete the required fields in order to improve the information attendees need to learn about the presentation and to help with searches.

By submitting a presentation for consideration, the Presenter(s) accept and agree to comply with Conference, Registration and Presentation/Presenter Policies.

Please ensure the information submitted is accurate and appropriately formatted according to these guidelines. Review and proof your submission for formatting, spelling, and proper capitalization, as this information is in the Conference Program and posted on the website. Submissions with these errors and/or non-adherence to the procedures and guidelines may NOT be considered for review.

Please DO NOT use all capitals in ANY section of the submission process!

Accepted submissions will be listed one (1) time in the Conference Program and on the website and can only be presented one (1) time at the CSUN AT Conference.

Presenters

Contact Presenter

One presenter must be designated as the Contact Presenter as the point of contact for the submission. Alternate contact information, such as personal email address or telephone number, used only if unable to contact using the above email address, is requested as well.

Proposed Session Title

Limit the title to 60 characters or less. The title of the presentation must be concise, descriptive, and accurately describe the content of the presentation. The use of "catchy phrases", "CSUN" or the conference name in your title is not permitted. Please do not use all capitals in your title.  (Example: This is the Proper Way to Capitalize a Title)

Proposal Description

Provide a complete description of the proposed session. Describe the key elements involved in the presentation and include sufficient information for the committee to evaluate the proposal. There is a 1,500-character limit [approximately 250 words] for the Proposal Description.

Session Objective(s)

What knowledge will attendees take away from this session?  Provide 2-4 objectives or outcomes attendees can expect to take away.  The objectives should not exceed 750 characters [approximately 150 words].

Audience

Identify which audience would find this session most relevant? Select up to five from a list of options.

Audience Level

Identify the intended audience level: Beginning, Intermediate, or Advanced.

Session Summary

Prepare a clear, concise, and accurate summary. This is your opportunity to promote your session. This summary will be the public session description on the website and conference program.

Your summary should:

Do not repeat the title or include the presenters' names in the summary. Proofread prior to submitting so you will be assured that it will reflect positively on the presenters and the subject matter.  The Session Summary should not exceed 250 characters [approximately 50 words].

Topic Areas

To help match submissions to reviewers and types of sessions, select one primary or main topic and then up to four additional secondary topics.  Please note that your topic selection(s) will be used as a way for attendees to search and sort for sessions in the online session schedule.

Presentation Slides

For the benefit of attendees, links to presentations will be made available. Sharing presentation slides is voluntary and not required to present at the conference.  However, we strongly encourage your participation in this effort to support the requests from attendees. Prior to the conference, presenters will receive instructions on how to submit the link to your presentation. It is recommended that a service such as Apple iCloud, Box, Dropbox, Google Drive, or Microsoft OneDrive be used to host your presentation and create a shareable link.

We strongly urge you to make your presentation accessible so the content may be available to anyone. You may find these articles helpful:

The Center on Disabilities will confirm content linked is relevant to your presentation but will not review content for accessibility and/or attempt to remediate any accessibility issues

The Conference website will also contain guidelines, tips, and best practices for presenting to people with disabilities.

Presentations Policies

Begin Submission of Presentations

By submitting a proposal for the 38th CSUN Assistive Technology Conference - General Call for Presentationsyou hereby agree to all policies and procedures set forth in this document.

 


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