Campus Compact requests proposals for its webinar series for AY 2019-2020. Campus Compact will select a minimum of ten strong proposals. Please submit your webinar proposal using the form below. You will need to select one focus area from the list below. Webinars should be 45-75 minutes in length.
The Mission Achieving Committee of Campus Compact will serve as the selection committee. Submitters . will be notified of acceptance by March 18. All webinar presenters will be expected to provide short bios and headshots by April 5. All presenters will be expected to participate in a brief orientation prior to conducting the webinar.
The Lead Presenter will be expected to provide the names, titles, organizational affiliations, and email contacts for additional presenters. They will also be expected to be the main point of contact for all organizational matters pertaining to the webinar.
FOCUS AREAS FOR 2019-2020
Please determine the primary focus area of your webinar from the list below.
Civic Action Plans (CAP) – Webinars should address campus processes for developing a Civic Action Plan; uses and outcomes of implementing CAPS; and innovations emerging out of the CAP process.
Engaged Faculty Development – Webinars in this category should address innovative practice in community engaged teaching, learning, and scholarship.
2020 Census – Webinars in this category should address innovative use of any aspect of the 2020 Census in community-engaged teaching, learning, and scholarship.
Student Engagement in Democracy – Webinars in this category should address innovative strategies for engaging students in electoral processes at all levels (national, regional, local); innovative student civic leadership development strategies and programs.
Community Engaged Practice for Affinity Groups – Webinars in this category should address community-engaged practice within specific institutional types (e.g., Research 1 institutions; community colleges; rural institutions; graduate only institutions; professional schools; etc…)
Professional Development for Practitioners – Webinars in this category should address issues specific to community engagement administrators. Topics can range from an introduction to academic culture to expanding the structure and reach of your community engagement center to taking your community partnerships to the next level.
Equity, Empowerment, and Civic Engagement – Webinars in this category should address effective strategies for incorporating issues of equity, community empowerment, power dynamics, race, and/or economic disparities in community engaged teaching, learning, and scholarship.