Presenter frames a question or challenge they are grappling with in their ongoing/upcoming work. Presenter shares relevant context/background to provide a frame. These are not about defining solutions, but rather highlighting problems, ideas, or practices that keep you up at night that you wish to engage the collective experience of conference participants. Sessions will feature a facilitated structure to help conversations along and provide presenter with notes to take back to their campus. This session will be most helpful to you if you are honest about what you don’t know and/or are struggling with.
Time Allotment: 90 minute session that follows a peer-coaching/design-clinic format
Participation: No more than two co-presenters per session
Moderation: A facilitator is required to keep the session on track
- Presentation title
- Presenter information (name, title, affiliation, email address)
- Abstract that includes a clear single question related to a challenge, priority, or goal in your work, brief relevant context, and what you hope to gain from this session. (250 word limit)
Attendee Outcome: Attendees should expect to leave with a deep understanding of relevant challenges, a sense of resonance in wrestling with shared challenges, and an opportunity to work alongside peers toward a common goal. They will also leave with a helpful structure to bring back to their own communities of practice.