Virtual Conference Proposal Guidelines

Abstract submissions extended to March 1
Click here --> to submit your proposal online

Faculty: IGNITE Talk & Discussion

Proposals for quick-paced, high energy talks can be on any topic, usually lasting no longer than 5-minutes. Submit your 250-word abstract here --> Abstract submissions.


Faculty: Paper presentations (30 minutes for talk + discussion)

Proposals for standard presentations may cover any area of interest or concern to faculty at regional campuses. This may include, but is not limited to, topics such as online or traditional pedagogy, service, research, the impact of unions, workload, recruitment and retention, working with student groups, community interaction, experiential learning, service learning etc. Submit your 250-word abstract here --> Abstract submissions.

Full papers can be submitted for publication in the peer-reviewed AURCO Journal, which is now indexed in the EBSCO databases. Click here for AURCO Journal Manuscript Submission Guidelines.


Faculty: Workshops or short courses (45 minutes)

Topics might include but are not limited to the following:
-- An Introduction to a New Software or Innovative Uses of Electronic Device
-- An Introduction to an Alternative Method of Course Delivery
-- An Introduction to Grant Writing
Submit your 250-word abstract here --> Abstract submissions.


Faculty: Roundtable discussions (45 minutes)

Each roundtable will have a chair and begin with three to five short presentations by participants, around which the discussion will be organized. Posters are welcomed.

More narrowly defined roundtables might also be developed. For instance, in English, there might be roundtables on developmental English, composition courses, lower- and/or upper-level literature surveys, business and/or technical and professional writing, creative writing, and/or English education.

Submit your 250-word abstract here --> Abstract submissions.


Students: Competitive student paper presentation (10 minutes) - not available for 2021

The competitive paper presentations can be related to any discipline.

See more information here --> Student Competitions


Students: Competitive student poster presentations - not available for 2021

The competitive poster presentations can be related to any discipline.

See more information here --> Student Competitions