Workshop Presenter Information
NEAIR is navigating challenges caused by COVID-19. Given that the CDC, Federal Government and other agencies have not formalized recommendations for large events, NEAIR Leadership has made the difficult decision not to host face-to-face professional development workshops this summer in consideration of the health and safety of our members.
Please note: Current NEAIR membership is not required in order to submit a Workshop proposal. However, if your proposal is accepted, all authors of the proposal presenting the workshop must be active NEAIR members.
COMPENSATIONPresenters at the Summer Workshops will receive a $250 honorarium for each 3-hour session; for workshops with multiple presenters, this amount will be evenly divided among them. Additionally, travel expenses will be reimbursed within the stated guidelines. All presenters will be provided with an LCD projector, screen, podium and materials table; however, presenters need to bring their own laptop and the appropriate connector for an HDMI cord.
Presenters at the Annual Conference will receive a $250 honorarium for each 3-hour session; for workshops with multiple presenters, this amount will be evenly divided among them. The Conference Budget assumes presenters will be attending the conference and travel expenses paid for by their institutions. Therefore, travel expenses will not be reimbursed by NEAIR. However, attendance at the conference is not a requirement. All presenters will be provided with an LCD projector, screen, podium and materials table; however, presenters need to bring their own laptop and the appropriate connector for an HDMI cord.
Work Presenters are required to agree with the following:
Membership: If this workshop is accepted, I and any co-authors who want to present will become an active member of NEAIR.
Cancellations: While the NEAIR Workshop Coordinator will work to ensure that all accepted workshop proposals run, they reserve the right to cancel any workshop due to low enrollment or unforeseen circumstances.
Responsibility to attendees: The NEAIR Workshop Coordinator will send you a list of your workshop registrants two weeks before the event.
I understand I am responsible for contacting registrants in advance to remind them to load the required software on to their laptops prior to the workshop, to check and make sure the software opens/works, and to ensure firewalls are configured to allow them to access this software onsite at the conference.
Audiovisual: For optimal presentation of my materials, I will save my presentation as a download on my laptop or on my flashdrive. I will bring a laptop and the appropriate connector for an HDMI cord.
Workshop Preparation: I understand that presenting a workshop involves delivering the material in an engaging manner, which involves practicing my materials, preparing engagement activities, and allowing enough time for Q&A before my workshop ends. I and any co-presenters promise to deliver an engaging workshop, which is timed appropriately to allow for Q&A or engagement activities.
If this proposal is accepted, I understand I am making a professional commitment to fulfill my professional obligations as a presenter and member of the NEAIR Community and present my workshop.
Additionally, I will inform all co-authors that in order to present, they are bound by this Presenter Agreement as well.
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