3 Tips for Submitting E-Learning Conference Proposals

It’s proposal submission time for DevLearn 2017, so this seems like a fitting post. There have been some lessons learned, and I’ll try to share as much as I can with you in the next couple of posts.

1 – Preparing to Submit a Speaking Proposal

I’ve spoken at several events, and had you told me 5 years ago that I would get up, voluntarily, and speak to a room full of strangers, I would have told you to GET YOUR LIFE! I’ve always been a shy person, but as an e-learning developer, I appreciate hearing people share their expertise, and I like volunteering what expertise I have in a hope that it helps folks.

Don’t let the whole ‘I’m just me. Who the heck wants to listen to me? What authority am I to speaking on X topic?” get to you. Be confident! You got this! The next conference-related post will address some concerns related to delivering your session, you you have to get there first.

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