Submit your Snap!Con Proposals

You can submit proposals for 5 different types of presentation:

  • Lightning Talks (5 m)
  • Panels (1 hr)
  • Posters & Demos (2 hrs)
  • Short Talks (30m)
  • Workshops (1 hr)

Directions: If you have co-presenters, please first save your proposal, then use the "Edit" button to add additional speakers or presenters. Your co-presenters must first have already signed up for Snap!Con to be able to be added to your submission.

You can submit proposals for Workshops, Lightning Talks, Short Talks, Posters and Demos, Panels, and YoungThinkers Workshop (for kids 12-18)s. The submission period is open from Wednesday, January 1. 2020 and closes Monday, June 15. 2020. That means you have 9 days left! Snap!Con 2020 will only be as good as the content you present. Submit early, submit often!

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Interactive hands-on practice

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Quick and exciting!

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A short talk is 15-20 minutes long with 10-15 minutes of Q&A.

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Share your poster at a poster session.

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Panels are 1 hour long (30-40 minutes of presentation with 20-30 minutes of Q&A) and should have 2-5 people; someone should be designated as moderator

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YoungThinkers is an SAP Program that gets kids excited about programming! We'll have a two-hour period in the California late morning and the Europe evening so everyone can attend; kids may switch between workshops at any time and are encouraged to switch at the one-hour mark. These workshops have to be all activity, no lecturing!

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