Presenting Tips


NCEA 2017 Speaker Information

  • Topics should appeal to a wide range of interests in Catholic education, to a potential audience of 150 or greater
  • Be sure that your session title clearly describes exactly what the session is about and is no more than 10 words in length: please also avoid using acronyms.  NCEA reserves the right to edit session titles.
  • Use active verbs to describe exactly what will occur in the session; use words such as “describe,” “discuss,” “role-play,” and “present.”
  • Describe specific presentation techniques that you will be using; such as interactive, lecture, or multimedia. This way, participants will know what kind of session they will be attending.
  • Indicate whether handouts will be available. Describe what you will be doing in the session and what the participants can expect to leave with.
  • Utilize the NCEA 2017 mobile app once it becomes available in early 2017.  You will be able to upload information about yourself, a copy of your presentation and other handouts as you please for attendees to access before, during or after your session.
  • Write in complete sentences. Do not use phrases.
  • Limit your session description to 400 characters or fewer. NCEA reserves the right to edit session descriptions.

Special Note about Internet

While each room will be equipped with a computer and presentation screen, we only have a limited number of rooms that will be wired to the internet.  We do not recommend relying on any WiFi that might be available for presentations.  If possible, download short videos or presentations to a flash drive.  Please note that we will have a mobile app in which you may upload materials for attendees before, during or after the conference.  

If you indicated that your session requires internet access for either yourself or attendees during the submission process, NCEA will reach out to you for more information. 

Onsite Information

  • Each meeting room is set as follows:  with an LCD projector, screen, PC-based laptop, lectern, microphone, and speakers table.  Absolutely no other AV equipment, furniture or sets will be ordered for the room
  • If you have an Apple computer, you must convert documents to "PC Compatibility" format or bring your computer to the session.  Remember to also bring the correct Apple adapter.
  • AV equipment is not to be removed from the room.  AV technicians will be available for assistance
  • Arrive at least 10 minutes before your session start time. 
  • Don't forget about the NCEA 2017 Mobile App! You will have access to the app to begin uploading materials by the Spring.
  • Please remember to encourage attendees in your session to complete the session survey located within the session listing in the mobile app. 
  • Signs, banners and any other forms of decoration may not be attached, glued, taped, nailed or otherwise fastened to any ceiling, painted surface or wall of the convention center. 

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Questions

Should you have any questions regarding your session please contact the appropriate person listed below. 


Contact  Phone 
Academic Excellence
Catholic Identity

Thomas Pigg

571-257-0021
Operational Vitality
Leadership & Governance    
Lucy Shufflebarger     571-257-0029

 


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