When will I be notified about the status of my proposal?
You will hear from us regarding the status of your proposal in March 30, 2017.
If my proposal is accepted, will I be able to review my session details?
Once your session is posted to the conference Program page, you should review all presenter information including spelling and accuracy of title and institution. The title and description of your session may have been edited to fit College Board editorial style guidelines.
Will I need to make my own travel arrangements?
Yes. You will need to make your own travel arrangements. Please book your hotel in advance of the deadline. Group blocks tend to fill quickly.
Will I need to make my own hotel reservations?
Yes. Be sure to reserve your hotel room early to ensure lodging at the conference rate.
Do I need to register for the conference?
Yes. The College Board offers a discounted conference registration rate to all educators presenting at its events. All presenters and copresenters must register and pay for the conference in order to present. An early bird registration discount will also be available to you in addition to your presenter registration discount if you register before the early bird deadline.
During the Conference
What audiovisual equipment do you provide for a standard session or workshop?
Presenters will have access to an LCD or digital projector, screen, speakers, and standard VGA cables for a PC laptop. You must bring your own laptop, as well as your own connectors if you plan to use a Mac computer. If you have additional AV needs, let your College Board liaison know. Remember, internet access is not a standard provision at our events and requests for access will be considered but are not guaranteed approval.
Will you post my presentation on the event website after the event?
Unfortunately, we are unable to post session presentations to our event websites. In the event that presenters would like to share presentations with attendees, the College Board will provide a sign-up sheet. It is suggested that you remove any proprietary information before distributing any presentations.