NOTE: You should get a confirmation page with a submission number when you submit this form. If you do not, please email Rekha Shukla.

Panel submissions generally consist of three related presentations of 20 minutes each, with 30 minutes for audience questions and discussion. We will review the panel proposal as a set and, if accepted, will schedule the panel as a 90 minute concurrent session. Panel proposals may be most appropriate for evaluators working on a related topic or methodology, either as part of a team or on different projects, or members of a large evaluation team presenting different aspects of the same project (e.g., methods, perspectives, or stakeholders). Panels that invite interactive discussions are strongly encouraged.

Titles are limited by the submission system to 110 characters. Do not exceed this number.
Contact
Please provide the following information for the point of contact for this presentation

Selection of the appropriate categories from the following lists will help the program committee create cohesive groupings of presentations for concurrent sessions. Select all that apply for each for the panel and for each presentation separately.

A panel abstract, not to exceed 100 words, that summarizes the topic of the panel as a whole. Do not identify any presenters in this text. Also, if accepted, you will be expected to provide a presentation that closely reflects what you have proposed. Significant changes to your content will not be acceptable.
Presentation 1
The name, title, and affiliation of each presenter (as you would like this information to appear in the printed program)
A separate abstract, not to exceed 300 words, that details the presentation topic, how it relates to the panel as a whole, how it relates to the conference theme, project background and goals, methods, results, conclusions and implications. Do not identify yourself in this text. Also, if accepted, you will be expected to provide a presentation that closely reflects what you have proposed. Significant changes to your content will not be acceptable.
A one-sentence synopsis of the presentation (which must be different from the title of the presentation). This will be printed verbatim in our conference program, if your presentation is accepted. Please proofread this sentence closely. In addition, make sure that it is clear, accurate, and understandable to a diverse evaluation audience and represents what you will be presenting.
A short bio, not to exceed 75 words, for each presenter. This information will be printed verbatim in the conference packet, if your presentation is accepted. Please proofread this text closely. It is important to include information about your areas of evaluation expertise, the breadth of your experience in evaluation and evaluation research, and relevant publications.
Presentation 2
The name, title, and affiliation of each presenter (as you would like this information to appear in the printed program)
A separate abstract, not to exceed 300 words, that details the presentation topic, how it relates to the panel as a whole, how it relates to the conference theme, project background and goals, methods, results, conclusions and implications. Do not identify yourself in this text. Also, if accepted, you will be expected to provide a presentation that closely reflects what you have proposed. Significant changes to your content will not be acceptable.
A one-sentence synopsis of the presentation (which must be different from the title of the presentation). This will be printed verbatim in our conference program, if your presentation is accepted. Please proofread this sentence closely. In addition, make sure that it is clear, accurate, and understandable to a diverse evaluation audience and represents what you will be presenting.
A short bio, not to exceed 75 words, for each presenter. This information will be printed verbatim in the conference packet, if your presentation is accepted. Please proofread this text closely. It is important to include information about your areas of evaluation expertise, the breadth of your experience in evaluation and evaluation research, and relevant publications.
Presentation 3
The name, title, and affiliation of each presenter (as you would like this information to appear in the printed program)
A separate abstract, not to exceed 300 words, that details the presentation topic, how it relates to the panel as a whole, how it relates to the conference theme, project background and goals, methods, results, conclusions and implications. Do not identify yourself in this text. Also, if accepted, you will be expected to provide a presentation that closely reflects what you have proposed. Significant changes to your content will not be acceptable.
A one-sentence synopsis of the presentation (which must be different from the title of the presentation). This will be printed verbatim in our conference program, if your presentation is accepted. Please proofread this sentence closely. In addition, make sure that it is clear, accurate, and understandable to a diverse evaluation audience and represents what you will be presenting.
A short bio, not to exceed 75 words, for each presenter. This information will be printed verbatim in the conference packet, if your presentation is accepted. Please proofread this text closely. It is important to include information about your areas of evaluation expertise, the breadth of your experience in evaluation and evaluation research, and relevant publications.
Presentation 4
The name, title, and affiliation of each presenter (as you would like this information to appear in the printed program)
A separate abstract, not to exceed 300 words, that details the presentation topic, how it relates to the panel as a whole, how it relates to the conference theme, project background and goals, methods, results, conclusions and implications. Do not identify yourself in this text. Also, if accepted, you will be expected to provide a presentation that closely reflects what you have proposed. Significant changes to your content will not be acceptable.
A one-sentence synopsis of the presentation (which must be different from the title of the presentation). This will be printed verbatim in our conference program, if your presentation is accepted. Please proofread this sentence closely. In addition, make sure that it is clear, accurate, and understandable to a diverse evaluation audience and represents what you will be presenting.
A short bio, not to exceed 75 words, for each presenter. This information will be printed verbatim in the conference packet, if your presentation is accepted. Please proofread this text closely. It is important to include information about your areas of evaluation expertise, the breadth of your experience in evaluation and evaluation research, and relevant publications.
Presentation 5
The name, title, and affiliation of each presenter (as you would like this information to appear in the printed program)
A separate abstract, not to exceed 300 words, that details the presentation topic, how it relates to the panel as a whole, how it relates to the conference theme, project background and goals, methods, results, conclusions and implications. Do not identify yourself in this text. Also, if accepted, you will be expected to provide a presentation that closely reflects what you have proposed. Significant changes to your content will not be acceptable.
A one-sentence synopsis of the presentation (which must be different from the title of the presentation). This will be printed verbatim in our conference program, if your presentation is accepted. Please proofread this sentence closely. In addition, make sure that it is clear, accurate, and understandable to a diverse evaluation audience and represents what you will be presenting.
A short bio, not to exceed 75 words, for each presenter. This information will be printed verbatim in the conference packet, if your presentation is accepted. Please proofread this text closely. It is important to include information about your areas of evaluation expertise, the breadth of your experience in evaluation and evaluation research, and relevant publications.

By submitting a proposal, you indicate your agreement to the following:
• All presenters of accepted proposals will register for the conference and will present as scheduled. (There is no discount or waiver of the registration fee for presenters, and no refunds of the registration fee.)
• The designated contact person will contact all presenters to notify them of the status of the proposal. For accepted proposals, the designated contact person will notify all presenters of the necessity of registering for the conference (see the paragraph above).
• Presenters consent to be photographed and have their photographs displayed on the EERS website.
• Changes to the content of the proposal or the listed presenters can be made only with approval by EERS. Failure to register or appear for your presentation constitutes a breach of professional trust and will harm your chances of participating in future EERS conferences and events.

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