OCALICON is committed to providing informative, engaging, applicable, interactive, world-class sessions presented by leaders in the field and content experts from across the nation and around the world.
Sessions focus across settings of home, school, community, and workplace, and cover a variety of topics that range from policy and regulations, mental health, models of training, supports and strategies, leadership, and many more. They address needs across the lifespan from infant/toddler though older adult across a broad array of populations. Content is also categorized by level ranging from introductory to advanced.
Consider adding co-presenters that provide an additional voice or perspective to your topic such as a colleague with a different role, those with lived experience, the end-user of the training, someone in a similar role but from a different state or country, or anyone who might add dimension and additional insight.
Review the Proposal Requirements to be sure you have considered all of the details. And then polish up your final submission using the Tips to Make Your Proposal Stand Out.
Curious about what has been presented before? View more information about previous sessions here.
All OCALICONLINE 2023 sessions are 60 minutes in length.
OCALICONLINE 2023 is a live-on-Zoom event. If your proposal is accepted, the expectation is that you and your co-presenters would be available to present live on Zoom at your scheduled date and time during November 14-17. If there is an exceptional circumstance that prevents you from presenting during live on Zoom during the conference dates, please email Jill Hudson to inquire about the possibility of recording your session in advance.
All proposals must be submitted in English and through the online system.
Late proposals will not be accepted. Please do not wait until the last minute to create/update your OCALI Pass account, add your credentials, and submit your proposal!
11:59 pm EDT | March 31, 2023