Call for Webinar Proposals

Call for Proposals,

Open call for webinar session proposals.  We are looking to secure presenters for our 2023/2024 academic year webinar series.  

Proposal submission deadline to be considered to present Jan, Feb, March, April, or May of 2024:  December 1, 2023, 11:59pm; 

Proposals for webinar sessions must be submitted online through the form below. Submissions will be peer-reviewed. The decision as to whether to accept a proposal and matters regarding the final content, format, and scheduling of any presentation, rest with the Webinar Committee. Notification of proposal acceptance will be provided within one month of submission deadline.

Important things to remember when submitting your proposal:

  • Proposals are for one-hour educational sessions.
  • Webinars will be delivered via the Webinar Committee’s platform.
  • Webinars are held on the first Thursday of each month, September through May.
  • Webinars will be facilitated by a Webinar Committee member(s).
  • Presenters are required to use PowerPoint or equivalent for their presentations.
  • Handouts for participants are also encouraged but not required.

Proposal submissions for a webinar must contain the following:

  • Title (15 words maximum).
  • Course/session description (200 words maximum).
  • Course/session learning objectives (three maximum).
    • Refer to Bloom's Taxonomy when composing your Learning Objectives.
    • Learning Objectives should finish the statement, "Upon completion of this
      session, attendees will be able to..." and should use measurable verbs such as "Explain," "Describe," "Design," "Apply," etc.
    • Each Learning Objective needs to be addressed by the speaker during the
      course of the presentation.
  • Minimum of three bibliographic references, no more than 5 years old (2018 and later).
  • Speaker information, including name, degrees/credentials, institution or place of employment.
  • Short biographical information for each speaker.
  • Recommended content level (basic, intermediate, advanced).
  • Conflict of interest disclosure.
  • A 10-question, multiple-choice post-test to assess learning. Each question must correspond with a learning objective. This learning assessment is required for continuing education unit approval.

Submit a Webinar Proposal