Snapshots are a concise 7-to-10-minute presentation on a specific subject. They focus on an idea, project, workflow, etc. This is a great opportunity for first-time speakers and those whose content is suitable for a shorter time segment.
- Altovise (Al) Davis
- Manager, Program Development
Guidelines for Submission
- Deadline for submission is October 9, 2018 at 5:00 pm EDST.
- Selected speakers are responsible for all expenses incurred in conjunction with the NACUBO 2019 Annual Meeting including registration, housing and travel.
- Each snapshot proposal must have at least one presenter from a NACUBO member institution. Any proposal that does not include a presenter from a college or university will be considered incomplete and will not be accepted.
- Incomplete proposals may be deleted after October 12, 2018. Incomplete proposals include submissions that do not include speakers with full contact information.
- Submission of a proposal does not guarantee participation in the program.
- Do not list speaker(s) without definite commitment that they will be on the program. There is a limit of 2 speakers per submission.
- All speakers must agree to all the terms and conditions for participation, including being responsible for expenses incurred in conjunction with the meeting.
- Do not submit proposals unless each presenter is available to appear on any day of the annual meeting. Accepted proposals will not be assigned a specific speaking date and time until two months prior to the annual meeting.
- Acceptance notifications will be made in mid-January 2019.
- All speakers/co-presenters associated with a selected snapshot must register for the meeting, and are responsible for the cost of their registration.
- All speakers must complete an acceptance form in order to be confirmed for a snapshot. All speakers of selected snapshots will receive an official confirmation letter.
- Proposal submission topics cannot be changed after the review and selection process.
- NACUBO reserves the right to revise snapshot titles or edit the description of selected snapshots for NACUBO promotional and program publications.
Proposal Preparation Tips
- Include as much detail as possible about the presentation in your description. Be clear about your topic and how you plan to make your session interactive.
- Include three learning objectives for your presentation. When writing learning objectives, focus on the participant and the specific knowledge, skills and abilities that can be achieved from your presentation.
- Provide audience takeaways. Tell us what an audience of higher education business office professionals will gain by attending your session.
- Gear the presentation toward an audience at the intermediate to advanced level of understanding, rather than basic treatments or overviews.