Education Summit @ Esri UC
July 7-10, 2018 | Marriott Marquis & Marina
Building Bridges
Join us for the 2018 Education Summit @ Esri UC, where we will celebrate the work our community is doing to help build bridges in the classroom, in their communities, and around the globe. This year, the conference will highlight presentations showing how GIS is being used in education to connect people together, break down barriers, and shape our future.
Join us to exchange ideas and best practices with leading educators and administrators. Participating in the conference will connect you with others who share your professional interests. Hands-on training will help you keep your edge. Your involvement will help make it the premier event for those advancing the use of GIS in education.

Saturday and Sunday July 7-8 will include plenary sessions and lightning talks related to the conference theme and other topics.

Deadline to submit abstracts is December 1, 2017

Submit Your Abstract

PROPOSAL SUBMISSION GUIDELINES
User presentations at the Education GIS User Conference will follow the same format as UC presentations. The focus of your presentation may be an idea, a successful project, tips and tricks for fellow conference attendees, or a demonstration.
Abstract Content and Formatting
  • The proposal should answer the following 3 questions:
    • What is the issue you are addressing?
    • What have you done?
    • What are the results and impact?
  • The presenter biography should be 200 characters, including spaces, or less.
  • The title should be 80 characters, including spaces, or less.
  • The abstract should be 500 characters, including spaces, or less.
  • Three to five keywords should be included in the abstract. Organizers will use these to assign presentations into sessions.
  • The information you enter is used for publishing purposes (e.g. website and agenda). Please do not use bullet points, numbering, special symbols, or all capital letters. Submissions must be in English.
Presenter Information
The Agenda committee will evaluate all proposals and make selections based on topic, content, originality (e.g., not reruns from previous years), and time available.
  • A detailed program of presentations will be provided prior to the conference.
  • A projector, screen, and internet access will be provided in each presentation room.