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|Workshop Submission Information|
The HAPS Organizing Committee invites proposals for workshop presentations. The abstracts will be published in the Conference Booklet. All Submissions MUST be formatted according to the style guidelines below. It is recommended that you prepare your submission in a separate document and then cut and paste the information into the poster presentation application form. Please read through the following instructions carefully.
All workshop presenters MUST be registered for the workshop portion of the event. Any presenter not registered at the time the conference booklet goes to publication will be dropped from the program, if there is only one presenter the workshop will be removed from the program.
HAPS is happy to facilitate workshops through which HAPS exhibitors and other outside entities can address HAPS members and designates such workshops as "sponsored." As with all workshops, sponsored workshop presenters must be registered for the workshop portion of the event and also pay the additional sponsored workshop fee (workshops are not part of the normal exhibitor registration). All sponsored workshops and posters are marked as such in conference materials.
How to Submit your Workshop Presentation Application
Make sure you read through the Presenter Policies, Conflict of Interest Policy, and the Sponsored Workshops/Posters Policy on the HAPS website to ensure you understand what to submit your poster presentation abstract. All are linked in the "More in this section" drop down menu above.
Step 2: Prepare your abstract for submission.
Your abstract submission must include the full title, author names, affiliation(s) and abstract text and conform to the word limit. You will also want to consider the type of workshop that you are presenting, the length of your workshop (most regional meetings have 60-minute or shorter slots, annual conferences typically have 60 and 90-minute slots), and any special requests you may have (wet lab, dry lab, computer lab, just a lecture room with a projector, etc).
Presenter Information: Presenter 1 is the name of the individual whose name appears first on the abstract and who will be presenting (or co-presenting) the workshop. You will be required to include the institution, city, state/province, zip/postal code, country and email address for all presenters. Presenter 1 is the point of contact with HAPS.
Step 3: Submit your application online.
After you have reviewed and proofread your abstract, use the link in the conference registration page to complete the Poster Presentation Abstract Submission form.
Conference Workshop Style Guidelines
Workshop abstracts will be published in the Conference Booklet and Conference edition of HAPS-Ed; therefore submissions MUST be formatted according to the guidelines stated below. Abstracts that are incomplete or improperly formatted will be rejected. Please read the following instructions carefully and refer to the examples below.
Presentation Title (Begin title with an uppercase letter, the remainder of the title is lowercase letters, title should consist of one sentence or phase, no period at the end, maximum 255 characters)
Abstract body (Provide presentation abstract in one paragraph without tables, figures, references, headings or equations; Body text is limited to a maximum of 100 words).
Presenter 1’s name (Indicate presenter name)
Presenter 1’s affiliations (Spell out affiliations in full)
Presenter 2’s name (Indicate presenter name)
Presenter 2’s affiliations (Spell out affiliations in full)
PLEASE NOTE: In conference brochure, presenters will be identified as either Presenter (if one) and Presenter and Co-Presenters (if two or more).
Presentation Title: Educating the "Net Generation”: Experiences from online physiology course
Presenter: Dr. Chris Perumalla, Department of Physiology, University of Toronto
Presentation Title: Online Anatomy & Physiology
Presenter: Betsy Brantley, Science Professor, Lansing Community College
Presentation Title: The First Day of Class
Presenter: Chris Boudrie, Assistant Professor, Biology & Health Sciences, Lourdes College
Presenter: Margaret McMichael, Associate Professor of Biology, Baton Rouge Community College