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Is your campus finding success in a particular area? We are looking for individuals to share their knowledge and experience by hosting a round table or presenting during a small group educational session.
For example, what is your campus doing about… sustainability in Rec programs and facilities, Fitness Programming, Intramurals, Sponsorships, Learning outcomes, Student Employee Development, Technology uses, Diversity awareness, Alternative programming, Marketing, Recruitment and retention, Control and security, Sport Club oversight, Climbing wall, Facility Design, Policy development?
* Required field
1. Presenters Name(s)*:
3. E-mail (main contact)*:
4. Others' e-mail:
5. Maximum number of participants:
6. Presentation title*:
7. Brief description of presentation for conference program*:
8. In depth explanation of presentation (to be used for selection process)*:
9. What forms of technology will you need UWRF to provide?*:
(Check all that apply)
10. Will you bring your own laptop or will you need a facility provided PC?
--Select-- I will need a facility provided PC. I will bring my own computer. I won't be using a computer for my presentation.
11. Would you like your presentation to qualify for CEU's? If yes, please continue with question #12. If no, please skip to question #16. What is a CEU?
12. NIRSA membership type:
--Select-- Professional Student Associate
13. The lead presenter must be knowledgeable, skilled, and current in the subject matter of the proposed presentation. To verify this, at least one of the following must be applicable (check all that apply):
14. Choose one or more of the eight collegiate recreational sports core competencies your presentation will cover:
15. List 2-3 Learning Objectives:
Objectives must be clear, concise, measurable indicators of what the participant will learn by participating in the session. Learning objectives are participant behavioral or performance-centered statements that describe exactly what knowledge, skills and/or aptitudes the participant will be able to demonstrate as a result of attending the session.
The following website can provide assistance with writing proper learning objectives:
After this session, participants will be able to:
1. Articulate three key areas of risk within the campus recreation setting.
2. Explain how a comprehensive risk management audit is developed.
3. Develop a plan to administer an audit at their institution.
16. Additional Comments/presentation needs:
Recreation and Sport Facilities, Division of Student Affairs | Hunt/Knowles Complex
firstname.lastname@example.org | (715)425-4289 | Office Hours: M-F, 8 a.m.-4:30 p.m. | Hours of Operation
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