To be included in your proposal submission:

  • Proposal Title
  • Author(s)
  • Type of Paper (Research, Point of view and Reflection of experience)
  • Session Format (see above)
  • Conference Threads (see above)
  • Conference Streams (see above)
  • Session Description (400 words) - Include relevance of topic to conference or pre-conference theme, importance of topic to teaching and learning, appropriate theory, research or practice, learning outcomes and methods to be used in the session. Please remove author names and institutional affiliations from the description.
  • Elements of Engagement (150 words) - Indicate how your session will encourage participant engagement and interaction (e.g., discussion, video, group activities etc.).
  • Session Abstract (150 words) - To appear in the conference schedule. Must be submitted in both English and French.
  • References - Provide up to four references, not included in the abstract word count, following APA referencing and formatting standards.
  • Keywords - Provide up to five keywords that describe the session. NOTE: if you are a member of one of the affiliated groups listed in the conference streams (e.g., Teaching Assistant and Graduate Student Advancement (TAGSA); Scholarship of Teaching and Learning (SoTL) Canada; College Sectors Educators Community; Educational Developers Caucus; 3M Fellows) you should list this as a keyword.