CALL for PROPOSALS
Part II - ISD | Closing the Gap
5pm EST on February 24, 2020
You asked and we plan to deliver!
The original ISD | Closing the Gap virtual event went so well, that you asked for a Part II. Now it's time to submit your proposals. WOO HOO!
As each day passes, the expectations placed on instructional designers grow and change. As a seasoned instructional designer, we appreciate your interest in helping others learn more about the field and hone in their skills. As such, we thank you in advance for considering facilitating a session at our upcoming virtual event entitled, ISD: Closing the Gap. The proposal submission deadline is 5pm EST on February 24, 2020, and the actual event will be held on March 26, 2020.
We are seeking quality proposals, focused on methods, tips, and tricks used to help close the gap between concept and execution.
Session ideas may include (but are not limited to):
ways new IDs can quickly identify a solution to a specific training need and/or hone in on the use of a specific instructional design approach
methods for connecting with and presenting ideas to SMEs, stakeholders, and sponsors
ideas on ways new IDs can keep the momentum of their training project going, even when they are met with rejection
This event is open to representatives from within various sectors, including (but not limited to): Higher Education, Healthcare, Corporate, Nonprofit, and Government Organizations. There is no fee to attend, but contributions are accepted.
All sessions included within this event are expected to be hands-on, providing participants with practical skills, techniques, or ideas that can be used in a daily practice. As such, facilitators are strongly encouraged to prepare creative sessions that deeply engage participants in a collaborative way.
At a minimum, proposals should include:
a brief description of your topic and its importance to instructional designers (to be used on the program page)
ways in which instructional designers can apply concepts in daily practice,
efforts to actively engage participants, noting that this is a virtual workshop (noting keyword: workshop) so activities must be adaptable to the virtual environment
expectations of participants during the workshop, and
a list of take-a-ways for those participating in your session
All sessions will take place online. As such, all facilitators are encouraged to include activities, tools or techniques to actively engage participants. The maximum time frame allotted for each session is 45min (to include Q/A).
Timeline & Other Details
If your idea is accepted, you agree to the following:
register for the virtual event no later than March 13, 2020
completed a DRY RUN (tech check) no later than March 18, 2020
submit the final electronic versions of presentation materials for use within the resource library no later than Monday, March 23, 2020
your session being recorded and used by Hillstock & Associates, LLC
no monetary compensation will be offered/provided to facilitators
Hillstock & Associates, LLC is known for being a little unconventional. As such, we are not requesting that you setup an account to submit your workshop idea. Instead, simply email your thoughts to firstname.lastname@example.org with subject line Part II: ISD | Closing the Gap. Be sure to address the criteria listed above.
Feel free to email questions to email@example.com to schedule a call to discuss your idea or give us a call at 864.326.5162
We are currently seeking sponsors for this event. If you are interested in being a sponsor, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject line: Event Sponsorship