Claiming Your Session | Session Types | Timeline |  Presentation Uploads

Please note the category of presentation to which you have been accepted, and read the description below for detailed information. The session types and other information will be helpful as you prepare your presentation.

As you prepare your presentation for OLC Innovate, you may consider taking advantage of OLC Presenter Services, including both self-paced and guided offerings. OLC Presenter Services offers guidance on best practices in audience engagement strategies, slide design, and delivery skills necessary to ensure a successful conference session. 

OLC Innovate 2022 is being planned as a two-part event. The first part will be a fully virtual conference week with virtual presenter-to-virtual audience sessions only, taking place March 28 – April 1, 2022. The second portion will take place onsite in Dallas, TX April 11-14, 2022.

Please note the following important change to our 2022 program regarding onsite vs. virtual presentations. Your session has been automatically accepted for an onsite presentation. If you wish to present virtually instead, you have been conditionally accepted for a virtual session on a space available basis. Either way, you must claim your session to be officially accepted into the program, following the steps below. 

These will be two unique programs; the onsite version will not be a repeat of the virtual program. During the claiming process, you will be asked again to indicate whether you wish to present onsite or virtually. 

  • If you claim onsite, you will be scheduled for the April 11-14, 2022 onsite program in Dallas and guaranteed an onsite presentation slot.  
  • If you claim to present virtually, you will be placed on a conditional acceptance list, and scheduled to present virtual presenter-to-virtual audience March 28-April 1, 2022.  Sessions will be scheduled based on availability and according to the order in which your session claim is received. 
  • Sessions claimed for virtual presentation may be placed on a waitlist for an available virtual slot if the number of virtual slots is exceeded during the claiming process.  
  • Sessions claimed for onsite are guaranteed an onsite slot only.  
  • After claiming and once the schedule is posted, should your institution not allow you to travel to the onsite conference, we will make every effort to find a slot for you in the virtual program.

You must claim your session (onsite or virtual) by December 6. The full schedule will be posted to the website on December 16.

Claiming Your Session

Please note: You MUST follow the steps as listed below no later than Monday, December 6 to notify us of your intention to present at the conference. If you do not actively follow these steps to accept your presentation, we will unfortunately have to withdraw your proposal. All affiliated presenters are notified, but only the lead presenter (typically the original author of the submission) is able to claim the session.

The schedule will be finalized December 16.

  1. Log in to your OLC user account from the OLC Conference Management System by selecting “Login” in the upper right. Please email conference@onlinelearning-c.org if you have any difficulty signing into your account. 
  2. Once logged in, you will be redirected back to the conference management system. 
  3. Click on “My Sessions” in the upper right hand corner. 
  4. Select the “Accept/Decline presentation offer” link for your session, and follow the prompts to accept or decline our offer to present. You will be asked to confirm several items of note in this process, including that you understand what your presentation type will be. You will also be asked again to indicate if you wish to present onsite or virtually.

*Note if you accept our offer to present, you will also be asked to complete a streaming release form. The program is being planned for both virtual and onsite modalities, so we require that all presenters who accept to present their session also answer in the affirmative to the streaming release form.

If you plan to join us for OLC Innovate, your next steps should be:

  • Review your OLC conference user profile in the conference management system to make sure it is complete and up to date with your name, title, affiliation, photo and bio.
  • The program schedule will be posted December 16. Once the program is posted, please review your session listing on the conference website. If any of your co-presenters are missing, please notify us immediately at conference@onlinelearning-c.org. We will need their name, title, institution, and email address in order to be able to add them to your session.
    • Send any abstract edits (title, abstract, co-presenters, etc.) to conference@onlinelearning-c.org no later than February 14, 2022
    • Session scheduling can and does change. We do our best to notify presenters of any schedule changes, but do make a point of checking the program page frequently (and certainly within the month prior to the conference) for your session date/time.
    • Should you need to change from onsite to virtual (or vice versa), please contact us immediately at conference@onlinelearning-c.org. We will do our best to accommodate your request within the limitations of the program schedule.
  • The deadline for all presenters to register is February 14, 2022.
    • Once the schedule is published in December, you will be notified and should register according to your presentation modality. 
    • Onsite presenters must register for the All Access Pass.
    • Virtual presenters may register for either the All Access (if they plan to also attend onsite as well) or Full Virtual Pass.
    • Member/non-member rates will automatically be applied at check-out when you register.
    • Don’t miss the February 14 registration deadline; it is also the early bird discount deadline.
  • As you prepare your presentation for OLC Innovate, consider taking advantage of OLC Presenter Services, including both self-paced and guided offerings that highlight best practices in audience engagement strategies, slide design, and delivery skills necessary to ensure a successful conference session.
  • We’re here to help you spread the word about your presentation. You can find essential info and social posts in the Presenter Promotion Kit.
  • If you are presenting onsite, be sure to make your hotel reservation right away.  The conference special rate is available for reservations made by March 17, 2022.
  • Plan to upload your presentation materials to your session page no later than March 14, 2022. Instructions and a session evaluation reminder slide will be emailed closer to the due date. Presenters are reminded to not only present interesting and compelling content on their topic, but to also include their session audience in interactive and engaging dialogue.
  • Presenters are reminded to not only present interesting and compelling content on their topic, but to also include their session audience in interactive and engaging dialogue.
  • Be sure to add conference@onlinelearning-c.org to your email safe-senders list to ensure you continue to receive logistical emails from the OLC Conference team as the conference approaches. 

We also ask that as you prepare, please think of your title and abstract as a promise you are making to the participants that this is the content that you will be covering in your session. As you plan your presentation, consider how your ideas for engagement will align to your session description so that participants can see the intended goals for the presentation and deeply connect with the content. 

IMPORTANT: Be sure to add conference@onlinelearning-c.org to your email safe-senders list to ensure you continue to receive logistical emails from the OLC Conference team as the conference approaches. One of the biggest issues presenters encounter is not receiving important email updates from us because of institution spam-filters. Don’t let this happen to you!

Session Types and Descriptions

Please claim your session using the process outlined above. Note that as lead presenter, you MUST claim your session by the stated deadline (December 6) in order to officially accept this offer to present. The schedule will be posted December 16, at which time presenters will be notified to review their session information in the conference program/session listing and contact conference@onlinelearning-c.org with any requested updates no later than February 14.

The conference provides several session types:

1. Education Session

2. Career Forum Roundtable

3. Conversation, Not Presentation

4. Discovery Session or Graduate Student Discovery Session

5. Innovation Studio Design Thinking Challenge

6. Workshop

7. Summit

8. Master Class

9. Featured Session

10. Featured Workshop

11. Industry Showcase

 

 

1. Education Session

Education Sessions provide an opportunity for presenters to share their work, innovations, or new opportunities to the OLC community. The presenters are responsible for driving the conversation and encouraging deep thinking about a topic, sharing practical applications of their work, or providing new and varying perspectives. There are two primary formats for this session type: presentations and panel sessions. Although these are more traditional formats, the presenters/panelists should strive to make the sessions as engaging as possible through polls, audience discussions, and other forms of interaction.

The total time allotted for your Education Session is 45 minutes. Please allow 5-10 minutes of that time for questions, answers, and discussion with the audience.

The schedule will be finalized December 16. All presenters will be notified of the posting of the schedule via email. Send any abstract edits (title, abstract, co-presenters, etc.) to conference@onlinelearning-c.org no later than February 14, 2022.

Note: Presenters are responsible for providing all materials. Instructions for uploading materials will be provided to all accepted presenters approximately a month prior to the conference. Presenters are also responsible for ensuring all attendees can actively engage in the session. Please see the Presenter Services and/or our Diversity, Equity & Inclusion web pages for more information.

*OLC Presenter Services will offer training webinars, tips, and coaching for both virtual-to-virtual and onsite presenters. An email invitation to the training sessions will be sent to all presenters. We encourage you to attend in order to maximize the impact of your session.

 

 

2. Career Forum Roundtable

Career Forum Roundtables allow educators from different roles and stakeholder groups to come together for facilitated discussions on topics related to career growth, advancement, and professional development.

The total time allotted for your Career Forum Roundtable is 45 minutes. Please allow plenty of time in this roundtable format for questions, answers, and discussion with the attendees. Be sure to include discussion on the following topics (from the CFP):

What specific EdTech career issue, challenge or opportunity will the proposed Career Forum address? (The proposal should lead with a clear statement of an issue, challenge or opportunity of significance.)
Who is the target audience for this Career Forum? [Example target audiences might include faculty (full-time and adjunct) at varying stages of their careers, university administrators, instructional design professionals, consultants, and entrepreneurs.]
What major discussion points will be covered? Do these points reflect contemporary EdTech trends and issues? Do they connect with current workforce innovation trends or opportunities? [A brief discussion protocol would be useful to include.]
What specific career-related takeaways (e.g., lessons learned, resources) will the Career Forum attendees glean from their participation?

In order to best serve the diverse needs of our participants, presenters are reminded to design conference experiences to be as interactive and engaging as possible. Presentations will set the stage for interaction, but should not dominate the entire session time.

The schedule will be finalized December 16. All presenters will be notified of the posting of the schedule via email. Send any abstract edits (title, abstract, co-presenters, etc.) to conference@onlinelearning-c.org no later than February 14, 2022.

Note: Presenters are responsible for providing all materials. Instructions for uploading materials will be provided to all accepted presenters. Presenters are also responsible for ensuring all attendees can actively engage in the session. Please see the Presenter Services and/or our Diversity, Equity & Inclusion web pages for more information.

*OLC Presenter Services will offer training webinars, tips, and coaching for both virtual-to-virtual and onsite presenters. An email invitation to the training sessions will be sent to all presenters. We encourage you to attend in order to maximize the impact of your session.

 

 

 

3. Conversation, Not Presentation 

These sessions engage both the presenters and the attendees in a fun and unique OLC conference experience. Moving beyond traditional styles of presentations, attendees and presenters of this session type will have the ability to connect with the content and each other like never before. Presenters may draw upon well known games such as Jeopardy and Family Feud as example formats or inspiration. These sessions tend to draw large audiences, please be sure all attendees can be accommodated with the strategies used.

Conversation, Not Presentation sessions are intended to tap into the collective intelligence to address challenges and dilemmas in our field. For your session, think of yourself as facilitator more than presenter, emcee more than expert. Provide a brief introduction (five minutes or less!) of your topic or issue, seed some provocative questions, then step back and listen as the buzz begins to grow. Participants will dive into conversation with their own ideas, reactions and experiences, and you will tune in, stoke the flame, dig deeper or just observe. To close, offer a concluding thought or two, or simply step back and appreciate what you’ve created together.

We encourage you as a presenter to participate in the crowd source note-taking and contributions in the shared google doc.

The total time allotted for your Conversation, Not Presentation session is 45 minutes. Conversation, Not Presentation sessions are a unique session type at OLC Innovate, and require special attention by presenters in preparation for the session. Facilitation and shared exploration by the group is the focus of this interactive session. The audience may even help solve a dilemma or explore the topic you present.

The schedule will be finalized December 16. All presenters will be notified of the posting of the schedule via email. Send any abstract edits (title, abstract, co-presenters, etc.) to conference@onlinelearning-c.org no later than February 14, 2022.

Note: Presenters are responsible for providing all materials. Instructions for uploading materials will be provided to all accepted presenters approximately a month prior to the conference. Presenters are also responsible for ensuring all attendees can actively engage in the session. Please see the Presenter Services and/or our Diversity, Equity & Inclusion web pages for more information.

*OLC Presenter Services will offer training webinars, tips, and coaching for both virtual-to-virtual and onsite presenters. An email invitation to the training sessions will be sent to all presenters. We encourage you to attend in order to maximize the impact of your session.

 

 

4. Discovery Session or Graduate Student Discovery Session (asynchronous only)

Discovery Sessions will be either fully virtual or onsite presentations that allow presenters to share their work, ideas, and innovations through the use of an interactive video-based tool to a virtual audience. These sessions allow for a greater exchange of ideas and facilitate new points of connections through in-depth asynchronous conversations about topics important to the OLC community. The best Discovery Sessions are those anchored around a specific provocation through storytelling and can move forward existing works in progress, research ideas, collaboration opportunities, best practices and practical applications, or pilot projects.

Discovery Sessions typically consist of 10-15 minutes of information shared by the presenter. Presenters will be asked to indicate whether they will present onsite or virtually during the presentation confirmation process. 

Onsite Discovery Sessions will be presented onsite at the conference venue in a traditional electronic poster format. Presenters will be assigned a concurrent session presentation time, a presentation table in the Discovery Session area, and a position number to indicate their table location. In the Discovery Sessions, several presenters will present from their laptops at their assigned tables (1 presentation per table) as attendees circulate around the area to the various presentation stations to speak with presenters.   

Virtual asynchronous Discovery Sessions will be prepared with built-in asynchronous interaction via PlayPosit. Each presenter will prepare an asynchronous digital video presentation and upload their presentation to YouTube. The videos will be compiled in PlayPosit, where Interaction and engagement opportunities should be layered over your video. You will receive additional instructions from OLC after the presenter registration deadline of February 14, 2022. 

The schedule will be finalized December 16. All presenters will be notified of the posting of the schedule via email. Send any abstract edits (title, abstract, co-presenters, etc.) to conference@onlinelearning-c.org no later than February 14, 2022.

*OLC Presenter Services will offer training webinars, tips, and coaching for both virtual-to-virtual and onsite presenters. An email invitation to the training sessions will be sent to all presenters. We encourage you to attend in order to maximize the impact of your session.

 

 

5. Innovation Studio Design Thinking Challenge

The Innovation Studio Design Thinking Challenge is designed to highlight applied teaching, learning, management, and research for learning, all within an active learning space, design studio, and collaborative makerspace. Exploring a specific challenge, pedagogical strategy, technological tool, research method, industry innovation, or leadership approach for participants to learn more about, experiment with, and implement immediately at all skill levels, the Innovation Studio Design Thinking Challenge sessions should be comprised of the following segments:

  • Prompt – a 5-minute facilitated, quick-start conversation to kick off the studio session.
    • i.e. – The facilitator presents a “how might we …” challenge to solve a particular problem.
  • Brainstorming: Understanding the Challenge – a 20-minute divergent brainstorm session to generate new ideas and solutions to the challenge. 
    • i.e. – Presenter facilitates the brainstorming session with planned activities and brainstorming approaches. 
  • Prototyping: Working Toward Solutions – a 20-minute convergent session for participants to process, refine, vote on, and even paper prototype the concepts and practices shared.
    • i.e. – Teams present solutions, narrow down top choices, identify practical next steps, and consider how they might apply in their own instructional context.

The total time allotted for your Innovation Studio Design Thinking Challenge session is 45 minutes. Please allow 5-10 minutes of that time for questions, answers, and discussion with the audience.

The schedule will be finalized December 16. All presenters will be notified of the posting of the schedule via email. Send any abstract edits (title, abstract, co-presenters, etc.) to conference@onlinelearning-c.org no later than February 14, 2022.

Note: Presenters are responsible for providing all materials. Instructions for uploading materials will be provided to all accepted presenters. Presenters are also responsible for ensuring all attendees can actively engage in the session. Please see the Presenter Services and/or our Diversity, Equity & Inclusion web pages for more information.

*OLC Presenter Services will offer training webinars, tips, and coaching for both virtual-to-virtual and onsite presenters. An email invitation to the training sessions will be sent to all presenters. We encourage you to attend in order to maximize the impact of your session.

 

 

6. Workshop

Workshops are designed with specific, identifiable learning outcomes with in-class opportunities to support collaborative and/or interactive group activities. Presenters will provide an opportunity for questions, answers, and/or whole group discussion within the course of the workshop and will describe how this element will be used to best engage participants. Workshops provide participants with tangible “take-away” information, models, and/or products and should be a more in-depth look into technological tools available in a shorter Information Session. Please develop a minimum of two to four learning objectives for your participants. These should be clear and measurable outcomes for the 120-minute workshop learning experience.

The total time allotted for your Workshop is 120 minutes. 

Onsite workshops will be presented in two 60-minute segments, with a scheduled conference break in the middle. 

Virtual workshops will be scheduled over a 120 minute period covering two 45-minute concurrent sessions and a scheduled 30-minute coffee break between. Virtual presenters should plan on a flexible break at some point in their 120 minutes. It doesn’t have to be during that scheduled 30 minute coffee break (and doesn’t have to be for a full 30 minutes), but break(s) should be provided at some point during the workshop. 

Presenters must provide an opportunity for questions, answers, and/or whole or small group discussion within the course of the workshop.

The schedule will be finalized December 16. All presenters will be notified of the posting of the schedule via email. Send any abstract edits (title, abstract, co-presenters, etc.) to conference@onlinelearning-c.org no later than February 14, 2022.

Note: Presenters are responsible for providing all materials. Instructions for uploading materials will be provided to all accepted presenters. Presenters are also responsible for ensuring all attendees can actively engage in the session. Please see the Presenter Services and/or our Diversity, Equity & Inclusion web pages for more information.

*OLC Presenter Services will offer training webinars, tips, and coaching for both virtual-to-virtual and onsite presenters. An email invitation to the training sessions will be sent to all presenters. We encourage you to attend in order to maximize the impact of your session.

 

 

7. Summit

Your submission has been selected to be part of one of our conference summits. 

Summits provide an opportunity for presenters to share their work, innovations, or new opportunities to the OLC community within the context of a thematic summit. The presenters are responsible for driving the conversation and encouraging deep thinking about a topic, sharing practical applications of their work, or providing new and varying perspectives. Presenters should strive to make the sessions as engaging as possible through polls, audience discussions, and other forms of interaction.

The total time allotted for your Summit session will be confirmed by one of the Summit Co-Chairs, with most Summit sessions scheduled for 45 minutes. Please allow 5-10 minutes of your allotted presentation time for questions, answers, and discussion with the audience.

The schedule will be finalized December 16. All presenters will be notified of the posting of the schedule via email. Work directly with the Summit co-chairs on any abstract edits (title, abstract, co-presenters, etc.) to finalize all content for posting no later than February 14, 2022.

Note: Presenters are responsible for providing all materials. Instructions for uploading materials will be provided to all accepted presenters approximately a month prior to the conference. Presenters are also responsible for ensuring all attendees can actively engage in the session. Please see the Presenter Services and/or our Diversity, Equity & Inclusion web pages for more information.

*OLC Presenter Services will offer training webinars, tips, and coaching for both virtual-to-virtual and onsite presenters. An email invitation to the training sessions will be sent to all presenters. We encourage you to attend in order to maximize the impact of your session.

 

 

8. Master Class

Master Classes are in-depth, hands-on sessions that allow for presenters and conference participants to dig deeply into applied topics related to online, blended, and digital learning. Due to their extended length, they are meant to create multiple types of engagement and interaction within the structure of the session, rather than simply provide a presentation or slide deck as the only form of facilitation. Master Classes should be designed with two to four meaningful and measurable participant learning outcomes with opportunities for collaborative and/or interactive group activities​ that will be used during the session to achieve stated learning goals​. 

The schedule will be finalized December 16. All presenters will be notified of the posting of the schedule via email. Send any abstract edits (title, abstract, co-presenters, etc.) to conference@onlinelearning-c.org no later than February 14, 2022.

The total time allotted for pre-conference Master Classes is three hours. Presenters must provide an opportunity for questions, answers, and/or whole or small group discussion within the course of the workshop.

Note: Presenters are responsible for providing all materials. Instructions for uploading materials will be provided to all accepted presenters. Presenters are also responsible for ensuring all attendees can actively engage in the session. Please see the Presenter Services and/or our Diversity, Equity & Inclusion web pages for more information.

*OLC Presenter Services will offer training webinars, tips, and coaching for both virtual-to-virtual and onsite presenters. An email invitation to the training sessions will be sent to all presenters. We encourage you to attend in order to maximize the impact of your session.

 

 

 

9. Featured Session

Thank you for agreeing to be a Featured or Invited Presenter. Our featured and invited sessions provide an opportunity for our conference participants to engage with thought leaders and experts presenting on critical topics within online, blended, and digital learning.

The total time allotted for your Featured Session is 45 minutes. Please allow 5-10 minutes of that time for questions, answers, and discussion with the audience.

The schedule will be finalized December 16. All presenters will be notified of the posting of the schedule via email. Send any abstract edits (title, abstract, co-presenters, etc.) to conference@onlinelearning-c.org no later than February 14, 2022.

Note: Presenters are responsible for providing all materials. Instructions for uploading materials will be provided to all accepted presenters. Presenters are also responsible for ensuring all attendees can actively engage in the session. Please see the Presenter Services and/or our Diversity, Equity & Inclusion web pages for more information.

*OLC Presenter Services will offer training webinars, tips, and coaching for both virtual-to-virtual and onsite presenters. An email invitation to the training sessions will be sent to all presenters. We encourage you to attend in order to maximize the impact of your session.

 

 

 

10. Featured Workshop

Thank you for agreeing to be a Featured or Invited Presenter. Our featured and invited sessions provide an opportunity for our conference participants to engage with thought leaders and experts presenting on critical topics within online, blended, and digital learning.

The total time allotted for your Workshop is 120 minutes. Onsite workshops will be presented in two 60-minute segments, with a scheduled conference break in the middle. Virtual workshops will be scheduled over two 45-minute segments with a 30-minute break between concurrent sessions. Virtual presenters should plan on a flexible break at some point in their 120 minutes. Presenters must provide an opportunity for questions, answers, and/or whole or small group discussion within the course of the workshop.

Workshops are designed with specific, identifiable learning outcomes with in-class opportunities to support collaborative and/or interactive group activities. Presenters will provide an opportunity for questions, answers, and/or whole group discussion within the course of the workshop and will describe how this element will be used to best engage participants. Workshops provide participants with tangible “take-away” information, models, and/or products and should be a more in-depth look into technological tools available in a shorter Information Session. Please develop a minimum of two to four learning objectives for your participants. These should be clear and measurable outcomes for the 120-minute workshop learning experience. 

The schedule will be finalized December 16. All presenters will be notified of the posting of the schedule via email. Send any abstract edits (title, abstract, co-presenters, etc.) to conference@onlinelearning-c.org no later than February 14, 2022.

Note: Presenters are responsible for providing all materials. Instructions for uploading materials will be provided to all accepted presenters. Presenters are also responsible for ensuring all attendees can actively engage in the session. Please see the Presenter Services and/or our Diversity, Equity & Inclusion web pages for more information.

*OLC Presenter Services will offer training webinars, tips, and coaching for both virtual-to-virtual and onsite presenters. An email invitation to the training sessions will be sent to all presenters. We encourage you to attend in order to maximize the impact of your session.

 

 

9. Industry Showcase

The focus of an Industry Showcase session is to share with attendees how a new technology, product, or service can support their institutions. Typically delivered with a co-presenter from an academic institution, this is an excellent opportunity to highlight the solutions or products your company offers in support of equitable and quality online, blended, and/or digital learning. Industry Showcase sessions follow one of two formats: 1) presentations that are intended to be real end-user case studies to show attendees how to solve everyday campus-wide and classroom-based challenges; or 2) demonstrations that are designed to introduce and promote new technologies, applications, and innovative new products.

The total time allotted for your Industry Showcase Session is 45 minutes. Please allow 5-10 minutes of that time for questions, answers, and discussion with the audience.

  • Design your presentation to be interactive and highlight how your company solves an issue that online and blended educators face.
  • Avoid an obvious sales pitch.
  • Solve a real-world problem – provide solutions or suggestions to common problems that educators or institutions face.

In order to best serve the diverse needs of our participants, presenters are reminded to design conference experiences to be as interactive and engaging as possible. Presentations will set the stage for interaction, but should not dominate the entire session time.

The schedule will be finalized December 16. All presenters will be notified of the posting of the schedule via email. Send any abstract edits (title, abstract, co-presenters, etc.) to conference@onlinelearning-c.org no later than February 14, 2022.

Note: Presenters are responsible for providing all materials. Instructions for uploading materials will be provided to all accepted presenters. Presenters are also responsible for ensuring all attendees can actively engage in the session. Please see the Presenter Services and/or our Equity & Inclusion web pages for more information.

*OLC Presenter Services will offer training webinars, tips, and coaching for both virtual-to-virtual and onsite presenters. An email invitation to the training sessions will be sent to all presenters. We encourage you to attend in order to maximize the impact of your session.

 

 

Timeline

  • November 12, 2021: Notification of acceptance
  • December 6, 2021: Deadline for presenters to accept
  • December 16, 2021: Presentation schedule to be posted
  • February 14, 2022: Deadline for presenters to register/edit abstracts
  • March 14, 2022: Deadline for presentations to be uploaded to the conference system

 

Presentation Uploads

As an accepted presenter, you are responsible for uploading your presentation materials as a pdf, PowerPoint file, or link (Prezi, VoiceThread, etc.) to your session in the OLC Conference Management System by March 14, 2022. The contributions will remain online as part of the conference materials after the conference. You will be provided instructions at a later date by the conference management team. Session abstracts and information about the presenters also will be included in the resource. 

IMPORTANT: In order to post your final presentation to your session page, you will need to log into your user account on the OLC Conference Management System. Presenters will be provided instructions on how to upload their presentation materials in February. Presenters are responsible for providing all materials. Presenters will also be provided a slide that we encourage them to insert at the beginning of their presentation to encourage attendees to provide evaluation feedback through the website for their presentation.

OLC does not require a specific conference PowerPoint template for your presentation. We encourage presenters to use their own template to build their personal or institutional brand. If you wish to use an OLC PowerPoint template, one will be available to be downloaded from the Presenter Services page closer to the conference. 

Video tutorial – How to upload your presentation materials to your session page