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2017 Civic Learning and Democratic Engagement Meeting Organized by ADP, TDC, and NASPA


6/8/2017 - 6/10/2017
Baltimore Waterfront Marriott * Baltimore, Maryland
Pre-conference sessions will be available on June 7, 2017, at an additional cost. 

The 2017 Civic Learning and Democratic Engagement Meeting (CLDE17) is a conference designed around an emergent theory of change adapted from elements of the 2012 Crucible Moment report.  Like this report, the CLDE17 conference invites participants to consider what does a civic-minded campus look like? To this end, several threads within the civic engagement movement will be considered including, how to build campus cultures and contexts that foster:

 

  • civic ethos,
  • civic literacy and skill building,
  • civic inquiry,
  • civic action, and
  • civic agency.

When submitting a proposal for this year's conference consider how these threads intersect with your work whether it be around assessment, political engagement, community partnerships, service-learning, dialogue and deliberation, and so forth.

 

 

Program Submission Deadline:  January 30, 2017, at 11:59 p.m. EST

Notification of Program Status: March 9, 2017 

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Session Title
(Program title limited to 10-12 words)
Program Title:  Required
 
Meeting Tags
Please select at least one but no more than two meeting tags that most closely relates to your program.



Civic Ethos governing campus life: The infusion of democratic values into the customs and habits of everyday practices, structures, and interactions; the defining character of the institution and those in it that emphasizes open-mindedness, civility, the worth of each person, ethical behaviors, and concern for the well-being of others; a spirit of public-mindedness that influences the goals of the institution and its engagement with local and global communities.

Civic Literacy & Skill Building as a goal for every student: The cultivation of foundational knowledge about fundamental principles and debates about democracy expressed over time, both within the United States and in other countries; familiarity with several key historical struggles, campaigns, and social movements undertaken to achieve the full promise of democracy; the ability to think critically about complex issues and to seek and evaluate information about issues that have public consequences.

Civic Inquiry integrated within the majors and general education: The practice of inquiring about the civic dimensions and public consequences of a subject of study; the exploration of the impact of choices on different constituencies and entities, including the planet; the deliberate consideration of differing points of views; the ability to describe and analyze civic intellectual debates within one’s major or areas of study.

Civic Action as lifelong practice: The capacity and commitment both to participate constructively with diverse others and to work collectively to address common problems; the practice of working in a pluralistic society and world to improve the quality of people’s lives and the sustainability of the planet; the ability to analyze systems in order to plan and engage in public action; the moral and political courage to take risks to achieve a greater public good.

Civic Agency involves the capacities of citizens to work collaboratively across differences like partisan ideology, faith traditions, income, geography, race, and ethnicity to address common challenges, solve problems and create common ground; requires a set of individual skills, knowledge, and predispositions; also involves questions of institutional design, particularly how to constitute groups and institutions for sustainable collective action.

For more information about the conference tags, please visit: 2017 Civic Learning and Democratic Engagement Meeting

Meeting Tags  Required

 Civic Ethos  Civic Literacy and Skill Building
 Civic Inquiry  Civic Action
 Civic Agency  Other
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Coordinating Presenter Information
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Session Type/Format
Select one program type from the list below.

Informative General Interest Session: A 45-minute presentation session that is ideal for a panel or multiple presenters submitting together. This is an option in which a presentation might include research, campus and/or community programs, partnerships, and background information. This session provides an opportunity to gather input from other meeting participants in an intimate setting. This session is intended for individuals or concise group presentations on trending topics

Interactive Workshop: A 45-minute session that allows faculty and practitioners to demonstrate how to create a civically engaged classroom or community-based learning experience enhanced by democratic learning.

Roundtable Discussion: A 45-minute presenter-facilitated discussion that allows participants to more deeply engage with an idea, program, research or to reflect on their conference experience unencumbered by technology.

Mini-Institute: A 90- or 120-minute highly interactive session that teaches promising practices to enhance civic learning and democratic engagement in the classroom, on campus and/or in the community.

Research- or Program-Based Poster Session: A session that allows presenter(s) to share an idea, a program or a specific topic. One-on-one interactions facilitated by a poster session help the presenter(s) gather feedback from conference attendees on their ideas, data, analysis, and/or results.

Forum Facilitator:This is an opportunity for content experts to facilitate an unmapped conversation with conference attendees to address current events, trends in content, and how-tos. These sessions will be driven by attendee questions.

Please note that your session may be accepted for a presentation in a different format. The Executive Planning Committee selects a diverse array of sessions and session types in order to maximize the experience of conference attendees, and often accepts programs as a different session type.
I am willing to have the Conference Advisory Committee change my program type to best fit the content and the conference goals.

 Yes  No
Session Type/Format  Required

 Informative General Interest Session (45 Minutes)  Interactive Workshop (45 Minutes)
 Roundtable Discussion (45 Minutes)  Research- or Program-Based Poster Session
 Mini-Institute (90 Minutes)  Mini-Institute (120 Minutes)
 Forum Facilitator (45 Minutes)  
 
Member Group
With which group(s) do you most identify?  Required

 ADP  TDC
 NASPA  ADP and NASPA
 TDC and NASPA  Meeting Sponsor
 Other  
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Professional Competencies
Please select at least one but no more than two competency areas, if applicable.
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Professional Competencies for Student Affairs Educators
Professional Competencies   Required

 Advising & Supporting  Assessment, Evaluation & Research
 Social Justice and Inclusion  Personal and Ethical Foundations
 Values, Philosophy, and History  Organizational and Human Resources
 Law, Policy, and Governance  Leadership
 Technology  Student Learning and Development
 
Intended Audience
Select the intended audience for this proposal.
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 Foundational  Intermediate
 Advanced  
 
Program Abstract
Maximum 80 words
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Program Outline/Description
Outline/Description should be lengthy enough to give the reviewers an understanding of your program session. It should also address the following points:

  • Goals of presentation.
  • Identification of the program format (e.g., lecture, panel, debate or workshop) including methods for participant involvement (e.g., discussion, effective practice sharing or case study analysis).
  • Evidence of the conceptual foundation for proposal content including ways the program content is grounded in research, relevant experience, a cogent model or appropriate theory.
  • Relevance to conference themes or related topics.
  • Submission for research- or program-based posters will be reviewed along these areas:
    • Depth--the details offered into what will be and/or was learned through the project/program/research/topic
    • Intended content of poster--clearly conveying a snapshot of the work intended to engage the audience; what is novel and important about your work; what visual elements can you use to make your poster appealing and stimulating to viewers?
    • Connections--identifying best practices or lessons learned regarding your work and the areas of civic learning and democratic engagement.


    If you are submitting to be a Forum Facilitator please share your experience with a particular content area and/or why you think you would be best to fill this role.
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Background of Presenters
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Audio-Visual
For all sessions with the exception of Roundtable Sessions, rooms will be equipped with Wi-Fi, and a LCD projector and screen. NEW THIS YEAR: Presenters will be responsible for providing their own laptop technology. If you bring your own Apple/Mac computer, please note that you will need to bring the appropriate LCD adapters with you. Due to the significant cost of audio-visual equipment, we may not be able to meet all requests for additional A/V equipment. In the event that the equipment is not available or cost prohibitive, you will be contacted to discuss options for your presentation. All poster sessions should not require any A/V needs. Poster session presenter(s) will receive pins to hang the poster in a designated space at the meeting. All poster session materials should be printed before arriving onsite.
Audio-Visual  Required

 Flip Chart with Markers  No A/V (LDC projector and screen) Required
 Other  
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Additional Information
Please use this space to share additional information you would like the Conference Advisory Committee to take under advisement during their deliberation and selection process.
Additional Information
 
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