Speaker FAQs

Call for Speakers FAQs

What is the deadline to submit my session?
Tuesday, March 31, 2020

When will I be informed if my session has been accepted?
Thursday, April 30, 2020


What if I have an idea for a session, but I don't have my co-speakers confirmed?
Submit your session and list co-speakers TBD.  Once you confirm your co-speakers you can log back in and update your submission.

Do I need to have my presentation finalized with slides in order to submit by the due date of March 31st?
No, we will gladly accept all submissions as long as they are received by the due date of March 31st. Powerpoint presentations are not due until August 24th.


What is each session's duration?
Sessions are one hour in length. Plan on 45 minutes of presentation and 15 minutes of Q&A.

What are the Different Session Formats?

  • Demonstration - used for product demos and walk-throughs
  • Roundtable Discussion - used for group discussion in a more interactive setting
  • Presentation - used for lecture-style presentations with Q&A
  • Workshop/Hands-On Presentation - used for software presentations that include hands-on labs

Will Higher Logic offer different room configurations (e.g. round tables or traditional classroom style seating for workshops)?
Yes

What are the different session formats?

  • Demonstration - used for product demos and walk-throughs
  • Roundtable Discussion - used for group discussion in a more interactive setting
  • Presentation - used for lecture-style presentations with Q&A
  • Workshop/Hands-On Presentation - used for software presentations that include hands-on labs


What are the session tracks?

  • Best Practices & Strategies
  • Data & Analytics
  • Executive/C-level Strategic Leadership
  • Product Capabilities, Technical & Design Guidance
  • Success Stories: Customer Case Studies


Does Higher Logic have different session knowledge levels?
Yes, we have Basic, Intermediate and Advanced levels. Please select the level for your intended audience. Advanced level courses are always in high demand and we typically have a limited supply.


Questions? Please contact the Higher Logic Education Team