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2018 Leadership Educators Institute


12/9/2018 - 12/11/2018

https://www.naspa.org/events/2018lei

DoubleTree by Hilton at the Entrance to Universal | Orlando, Florida

 Program Submission Deadline: June 8, 2018

Notification of Program Submission Status: July 2, 2018

ACPA-College Student Educators International, NASPA-Student Affairs Administrators in Higher Education, and the National Clearninghouse for Leadership Programs (NCLP) are excited to once again partner on the Leadership Educators Institute and are seeking your engaging and influential program proposals.

Submission Criteria
Proposals will be evaluated by several program reviewers using the following four (4) standards

  1. Significant and creative contributions to current research or evidence based practices centered around leadership education and practice.
  2. Engaging program format that involves the audience and stimulates discussion.
  3. Conceptually strong foundation, well-written, with clearly stated outcomes and appropriately documented research and/or experience.
  4. Qualified presenters with expertise in the subject matter.

Notifications:

Presenters whose proposals are accepted must register for the Institute. Presenters will be notified of their program status by July 2, 2018 and presentation details (date and time) will be shared no later than July 13, 2018.

All presenters and co-presenters will be expected to cover registration and other related fees associated with attending the Institute. All presenters will be expected to provide an electronic copy of their presentation prior to the event which will be posted on the Institute website for participants to view afterwards.


If you plan to submit multiple proposals, please complete each proposal and click “Submit” once a program has been submitted. You can then start a new form to submit a new proposal. Do not click the Back button on your browser as this will remove previously entered information.

Coordinating Presenter Information
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Program Title
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Presenter 2
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Program Type

Please select a session type from the list below:

  1. General Interest Session (60 minutes): A presentation which might include research, campus and/or community programs, partnerships, and background information. This session is intended for individuals or concise group presentations on trending topics
  2. Learning Lab (approximately 30 minutes): 30 minute sessions designed to give participants actionable ideas and tools to take back to their campus. Presenters will share ideas for 20 minutes followed by 10 minutes for questions. An example of a session title appropriate for this format is "10 New Ideas to Utilize Technology in Leadership Education."
  3. Roundtable Discussion (75 minutes): 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.

Please note that your session may be accepted for a presentation in a different format. The 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.

Program Type  Required

 General Interest Session (60 minutes)  Learning Lab (30 minutes)
 Roundtable Discussion (75 minutes)  
I am willing to have the Planning Committee change my program type to best fit the content and the Institute goals.  Required

 Yes  No
 
Student Affairs Professional Competencies and Standards
This set of Professional Competency Areas is intended to define the broad professional knowledge, skills, and, in some cases, attitudes expected of student affairs professionals regardless of their area of specialization or positional role within the field. For more information click here.
Professional Competencies  Required

 Advising and Supporting  Assessment, Evaluation, and Research
 Law, Policy, and Governance  Leadership
 Organizational and Human Resource  Personal and Ethical Foundations
 Social Justice and Inclusion  Student Learning and Development
 Technology  Values, Philosophy, and History
 
ILEC Strategic Priorities

Through a four-year process engaging eight national/international organizations (AAUW, ACPA, ACUI, ALE, ILA, NACA, NASPA, and NCLP) the Inter-Association Leadership Education Collaborative put forth four priorities for the future of leadership education. For more information, please review this document outlining the priorities. 

We highly encourage program submissions for the 2018 Leadership Educators Institute to consider and align with these priorities. If your program content connects to one or more of the ILEC priorities, indicate them below. 

ILEC Strategic Priorities--Please select all that apply:

 Building Inclusive Leadership Learning Communities  Enhancing our Community of Practice through Professional Development and Resources
 Expanding Evidence-Based Practice through Assessment and Evaluation  
 
Member Group

Which association(s) are you a current member of and/or identify with most? 

Member Group--Please select all that apply  Required

 ACPA  NASPA
 NCLP  None/Other
If other, please specify::
 
Content Level
Select a content level.

Foundational
Designed for professionals new to leadership education. These sessions will cover the basics of program design, theory, research and scholarship, and skills in the field.

Intermediate
Designed for professionals who have some experience in leadership education. These sessions will explore emerging and deepening leadership education practices and research in both academic and student affairs.

Advanced
Designed for professionals who have extensive experience in leadership education. These sessions will focus on practices and research that advance the field. 

Content Level  Required

 Foundational  Intermediate
 Advanced  
 
Program Abstract
Maximum 80 words.

You may find it easier to type in a word processing program and cut and paste the text into the space provided.

Program Abstract  Required
 
PLEASE NOTE: IF A PORTION (OR ANY) OF YOUR TEXT IS NOT SAVING, PLEASE CLICK HERE FOR HELP

 
Outline/Description
Formatting Tips

Outline/Description should be lengthy enough to give the reviewers an understanding of your program session. It should also address the following points:

1. Goals of presentation and 2 – 3 clearly stated learning objectives.

2. Description about session content and how you plan to meet your learning objectives.

3. Identification of the program format (e.g., General Interest Dession, Learning Lab, Roundtable Discussion) including methods for participant involvement (e.g., discussion, effective practice sharing, case study analysis).

4. Evidence of the conceptual foundation for proposal content including ways the program content is grounded in research, or practical experience.

5. Description of the program's connection to one or more of the core topic areas (found here).

Outline/Description  Required
 
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Background of Presenters/Familiarity of Topic
Please indicate the presenter(s) qualifications and expertise in the area below.
Background of Presenters/Familiarity of Topic  Required
 
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Audio-Visual Requests
Laptops are not available for request. Presenters who's programs are selected will be responsible for providing their own laptop and power source adapters. Presenters are also required to bring their own Mac and HDMI adapters. Standard VCA adapters will be provided.

Internet may be available, but please ensure that your presentation will work without its use as we cannot guarantee that there will be internet in your meeting room.
Audio-Visual Requests

 Flip Chart and markers  LCD Projector and Screen
 Other  
If other, please describe request here:
 
Confirmation of Program Information

Please review all information carefully before submitting. The text submitted for the Program Abstract and Outline/Description will be used in the conference program if the program is selected.

In submitting this program, I recognize that should my program be accepted, all presenters must be registered for the conference, and I will communicate all necessary information with my co-presenters.

Confirmation of Program Information  Required

 Confirmation of Program Information  
Are you interested in reviewing programs for the 2018 LEI?  Required

 Yes, I've already signed up  Yes, but I've not signed up yet
 No  
 
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