A comprehensive review process helps OCALI develop and offer a high-quality, well-balanced program.
Each proposal is reviewed by three independent reviewers. Reviewers are assigned proposals in their area of interest or expertise.
The final selection process is determined by examining the overall total proposal score as well as each individual reviewer score, recommendation, and comments. Additional factors include the level of content, session type, and the overall balance of topic areas, age ranges, and lifespan issues.
To develop a comprehensive, engaging, high-quality, and well-balanced conference program that will:
The primary presenter (the proposal submitter) will receive an email in mid-June 2023 with the note of acceptance or denial into the OCALICONLINE 2023 program.
It is the responsibility of the primary proposal submitter to let the other co-presenters know of the decision.
The review committee may recommend that session content be presented in a different session type than originally submitted. If so, the primary submitter will have the opportunity to consider the suggestion and agree to switch the session type, or withdraw the proposal from further consideration.