Are you an industry expert, passionate historian or research professional willing to share your experiences, insights and knowledge with colleagues and peers?
History Redcliffe is now accepting proposals for educational sessions at the nationally recognised Queensland State Conference for Family and Local History 2022, which is taking place 21st – 23rd October 2022.
We are looking for dynamic speakers and important topics that will provide the best possible experience for attendees. This is a great opportunity for you to give back to your profession by sharing your knowledge and insights.
Attendees today are looking for more out of their conference education experience—hands-on learning, interaction with the presenter, case studies, real-world examples, and opportunities to dive deeper into topics. We strongly encourage you to consider new ways to incorporate these types of interactions while you are developing your session. Be sure to indicate in your submission how you intend to deliver this interactive type of learning environment.
Submission close on Friday 18th March 2022.
Topics areas for the conference
We are looking for submissions across a range of topics that may include the following areas:
- Process improvement
- Emerging technologies
- Capturing history as it happens
The following types of sessions will be offered at our 2022 event:
- 60-minute session (Keynote Presentation)
- 40-minute session
This submission is only for the 40-minute session.
Speakers who are selected will receive the following benefits:
- Registration to the conference which includes the Welcome Function on Friday 21st October
- Conference bag
- Speaker gift
- Speakers to have a maximum of 40 minutes.
- Address successes, changes, challenges or experiences in local or family history.
- Be relevant to societies and individual family and local historians.
- Must not have been presented as part of any family or local history society program from 1 April 2022 to 2 months after the conference in October 2022.
- No additional time for Q&A will be added. Speakers are requested to attend for at least the full day of their presentation to provide advice, answer questions from delegates and ‘mingle’ during the breaks.