Call for Proposals and Future Institutes

2024 Presentation Proposals 

The 2024 Institute is being planned as a in-person and hybrid event at our regular location at the University of Wisconsin-Stout. 

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2024 Call for Presentations

Decision announcements (accept, revise, decline): March 2024

NOTE: ALL in-person sessions may be live-streamed for real time remote participation. All sessions will be recorded for later on-demand viewing. Recordings will be available a minimum of 3 months following the close of the in-person activities.

The NRADAN Inc. Board of Directors highly encourages, but will not require, masking and up-to-date COVID vaccination for in-person participation. More information about what up-to-date means for you can be found on the CDC website HERE >>

Future Institute Dates

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Dates and location subject to change.

NRIADA 2025: Coming soon!

Track Session Information

Tracks are longer sessions intended to provide depth into a topic as a concentrated training and/or instructional workshop. Track sessions are a total of four hours of instruction broken into four, 1-hour blocks. All four hours of a track are taught within the same day and will be scheduled on Monday, Tuesday, or Wednesday. There are no tracks on Sunday or Thursday. Attendees will attend a different track session each day and typically attend all parts of a given track topic. There will be a maximum of seven concurrent Track sessions.

Track schedule times are noted below and are the same whether scheduled Monday, Tuesday, or Wednesday:
Part 1 of 4: 10:15 am - 11:15 am
Part 2 of 4: 11:30 am - 12:30 pm
Part 3 of 4: 1:30 pm - 2:30 pm
Part 4 of 4: 3:00 pm - 4:00 pm

Compensation*: $400 total ($100 per instructional hour) or complimentary registration for the full conference.

Proposal Document (Track) Template

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Special Topic Session Information

Special Topics are shorter sessions intended highlight a breadth of topics with less depth than the track sessions. Special Topic sessions are a total of 1 hour and will be scheduled on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, or Thursday. There are no Special Topics on Sunday.  Attendees will attend a different session each day. There will be a maximum of seven concurrent Special Topic sessions.

Special Topic schedule times are noted below:
Monday: 4:15 pm - 5:15 pm
Tuesday: 4:15 pm - 5:15 pm
Wednesday: 4:15 pm - 5:15 pm
Thursday: 8:30 am - 9:30 am

Compensation*: $100 or complimentary daily registration.

Proposal Document (Special Topic) Template

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*Compensation Details

Compensation is per session, not per presenter, and reflects a model of $100 per instructional hour. If a Track or Special Topic has more than one presenter, payment will be divided unless directed otherwise.

As an alternative to payment, presenters can choose free admission, CEUs, room, and board at the Rural. Those presenting a full track are eligible for full conference attendance, while special topic presenters are eligible for daily attendance.

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Other ideas?

Do you have an idea for a pre or post conference session? Perhaps a great keynote or other speaker. Let us know!

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