Call for Presentations
Show the developer community how you have overcome a challenge, discovered a shortcut, or learned a useful lesson.
The call for abstract submissions will close on Monday, 14 October 2013.
Abstract Submission Guidelines
Information to Include
- Author/Presenter name(s)
- Presentation Title (10 words or less)
- Company name
- Complete contact information
- Brief presenter biography (25 words or less)
- Short abstract (500 characters or less)
Questions to Answer
- What were the problems you faced? How might GIS have helped to solve them?
- How did you uncover this tip or trick?
- How were you able to incorporate a lesson learned into your project?
- Why would it be important for developers to understand this information?
- Give a concise, understandable description—get to the point and help your readers understand it quickly.
- Creativity is welcomed—catchy titles are a must!
- Esri employees and Esri international distributors are not permitted to participate in either the submission or voting process.
- All presentations must be noncommercial. At no time is it permissible for presenters to use their time slot to advertise or promote a product, service, or company.
- Remember, the information you enter will be published on the website and in the agenda. Eliminate bullet points and numbering and avoid using words in all capital letters. Also, submissions must be in English.
- Do not include information in your abstract that will not be in your presentation.
Presentations are 30 minutes. Proceedings will be published on the event website. All abstracts will be evaluated and selected based on topic, content, and time available. All authors will be notified after the selection process has been completed. A detailed program of presentations and events will be provided prior to the conference. A projector and screen will be provided in the presentation room.