All presenters are asked to add the following language to the beginning of their presentation (generally on the first or second slide):
We would like to acknowledge that the land we are meeting on today has long served as a site of meeting and exchange amongst Indigenous peoples, specifically the Shawnee, Wyandotte, Miami and Delaware nations. ACPA-College Student Educators International honors and respects the diverse Indigenous peoples connected to this territory on which we gather.
Additionally, presenters are encouraged to remind attendees to fill out the session evaluation at the conclusion of their presentation. Sample text is below:
Please provide feedback on this session by completing evaluation available online here.
- Click here to access a Powerpoint Template for ACPA17!
- Universal Design Principles for Presentations and Meetings
- ACPA17 blog on improving the use of inclusive language in convention proposals and presentations
Presenter Development Series
The ACPA17 Programming Team will be releasing a series of webinars designed to help presenters at ACPA17 develop the best possible presentation. The following marks the timeline for the release of the Presenter Development Series:
|November 4||Presenter Commitments Due|
|November 14||Presenter Development Webinar #1|
|December 5||Time/Space Notifications Sent|
|December 6||Presenter Development Webinar #2|
|January 10||Presenter Development Webinar #3|
|February 7||Presenter Development Webinar #4|
|March 7||Presenter Development Webinar #5|
Resources from the ACPA17 Program Development Series, developed for those proposing a program, are available here: Program Development Resources.
Presenter Development Series #1: Setting the Stage for a successful presentation
Presenter Development Series #2: Inclusive Language and Universal Design
Presenter Development Series #3: Strategies to Expand Engagement Opportunities Within a Program Session
Presenter Development Series #4: Open Forum to Respond to Presenter/Program-Related Questions
Presenter Development Series #5: Countdown to Convention