Writing an Effective Proposal
Reviewers rely on an in-depth well-written description to enhance their understanding of the content and goals of the presentation. A complete description includes background information, an overview of the presentation, and a description of the format. If the program is reporting research, a description of methods, findings and recommendations may be appropriate - an emphasis on research results and collected data is highly desirable. The program description should also include learning outcomes, the relationship of the program to the conference theme, methods of audience involvement (i.e., engaging in discussion, sharing effective practices, analyzing a case study), and the familiarity and background of the presenters with the subject matter of the program.
If appropriate, an effective proposal description
- Mentions relevant theories and research
- Includes an outline of the presentation
- Describes intended learning outcomes for participants
Link to Well Written Proposals (Click here if you would like to read the proposals)