Request for Proposals for TechLearn 2023
Get ready to submit your how-to, best-practice, innovative, and solution-focused proposals! The online Request for Proposal process will open online in the coming weeks.
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About the Conference
magazine's TechLearn 2023 Conference is designed for learning and development professionals who want to leverage the latest in learning research and training technologies to improve workplace performance. Topics and content include: Design, Implementation, Evaluation, Assessment and Testing, Elearning, Adaptive Learning Virtual Classrooms, Games & Simulations, Social Learning, Augmented Reality, Artificial Intelligence, Emerging Technology, and more.
Who the Audience Is
Learning professionals from across industries who want to enhance the ways they use technology to empower learning. TechLearn Conference attendees represent a wide spectrum of roles and titles.
To Consider About Your Proposal
- A strong emphasis on how technology is used to enhance learner experience and success, align outcomes to business results, and report relevant data.
- Specific, descriptive title (12-word limit).
- Clear, concise, specific description.
- 3-5 performance-based outcomes or objectives.
- Primary facilitator receives one complimentary conference registration.
- Up to two co-faciitators receive a 50% conference registration discount. Note: Co-presenter(s) must register for the conference.
- Training magazine does not pay per diem, honoraria, or expenses to presenters.
- Sales-oriented proposals will not be accepted.
- External consultants/vendors, consider bringing a client as your co-presenter who can address internal considerations.
- Multiple proposals may be submitted, though doing so does not increase the chances of being selected.
- Proposals are reviewed by internal and external reviewers.
- We receive far more great proposals than we are able to accept. If you are not invited to present your proposed session, this does not necessarily mean it received a poor review.