Drupal Community: Submit a Session Proposal for Cornell DrupalCamp V
Drupal community members are invited to submit a session proposal for Cornell DrupalCamp V, to be held Friday, October 12, 2018.
Cornell DrupalCamp is open to the public, and is looking for presenters to lead a one-hour session or (new this year!) a half-hour lightning talk on a variety of Drupal topics to match the wide range of interests of the attendees.
The keynote speaker will be accessibility thought leader Catharine McNally. She’s been honored with a national leadership award by the American Association of People with Disabilities, named one of the “People to Watch” in the Tech Titans feature of the Washingtonian, and has spoken about her experiences using Twitter as an accessibility tool while at the White House.
When considering your presentation topic, here are some ways to think about the audiences:
- By experience level: New to Drupal, beginner, intermediate, advanced
- By role: Developers, content contributors, administrators
- By goals: Education, reference, marketing, workflow
Or whatever your creativity suggests and you think there's an audience for.
Session presenters will receive one free admission to the camp on October 12, with meals and snacks included. Presenter information will be appear on the Cornell DrupalCamp website and on social media.
The deadline for submissions is August 31, 2018. Submitters whose session proposals have been accepted will be notified the first week in September.
Note: Travel assistance is not available for presenters. Only one free admission is available in the case of sessions with multiple presenters.