March 30, 2023
10:00AM - 11:15AM
Short Course 1: Best Practices in Responding to Workplace Bullying
Presented by Sally Vogl-Bauer and Garry Bailey
March 30, 2023
11:30AM - 12:45PM
Short Course 2: Communication Ethics Literacy Beyond Safe Harbors
Presented by Janie Harden Fritz, Leeanne Bell McManus, and Michael Kearney
March 30, 2023
1:00PM - 2:15PM
Short Course 3: Don’t Miss Classes: Innovations for Student Engagement
Presented by Kami Silk, Tara Smith, and Lydia Timmins
(Revised) Call for Short Courses
The 114th Eastern Communication Association Convention
Hyatt Regency Inner Harbor, Baltimore, MD
March 29 – April 2, 2023
Submission Deadline: October 16, 2022, 11:59 p.m. PST
Planner Email: Sally Vogl-Bauer – email@example.com
2023 ECA Short Course Planner: Sally Vogl-Bauer, University of Southern Indiana
Submission Format: ECA uses Attendee Interactive to manage submissions and reviews. This is the same system used by the National Communication Association so you may be familiar with it. The deadline for submissions is October 16, 2022 at 11:59 p.m. PST. All submissions must be uploaded through Attendee Interactive, which can be accessed at https://ww4.aievolution.com/eca2301. Please note that your Attendee Interactive login and your ECA Membership login may be different. If you do not already have an ECA Attendee Interactive account, you will be prompted to create an account with a new User ID and Password to submit your work.
What are short courses? Short courses are intended as training or hands-on informational sessions that can be presented in approximately 75 minutes. Short course topics may address (a) teaching innovations; (b) areas of research; (c) new theoretical perspectives; (d) application of a body of knowledge; (e) skill development; or other topics of interest to scholars.
Individuals are encouraged to incorporate this year’s convention theme “Harboring Innovation” into the design of their course proposals, whether this pertains to innovating the field, our scholarship, our teaching, or our outreach. How have we innovated and/or how we need to innovate to remain relevant, cutting-edge, and unique?
Submission Guidelines for Completed Submissions for Short Courses
These guidelines have been modified slightly to more accurately reflect the required fields that are part of the submission process.
- Title - Title of the short course.
- Participants - Names, full addresses, email addresses, and affiliations of all presenters/participants.
- Description - A brief description of the short course is required; think of this as approximately 100-150 word abstract of your short course.
- Categories – This pertains to Lambda Pi Eta membership of contributor(s).
- Short Course Information - The next set of prompts asks for specific information about your short course:
- AV Equipment – What specific needs does your short course require?
- Learning Objectives – What are the pedagogical goals of the course?
- Outline of Topics – What topics will your short course cover?
- Special Requests
- Target Audience – Who would most benefit from attending this course?
- Teaching Methods – What are the pedagogical strategies you will use to accomplish each learning outcome (e.g., lecture, small group discussion, activity, etc.) and the corresponding description of the activity?
- Preview the Submission
- Finalize – This is where the statement of professional responsibility is noted.
In submitting the attached short course, I/We recognize that this submission is considered a professional responsibility. I/We agree to present this short course if it is accepted and programmed. I/We further recognize that all who attend and present at ECA’s annual meeting must register and pay required fees
Convention Acceptance Notifications: January 2023
Any questions about short courses, and short course proposals should be sent to Sally Vogl-Bauer at firstname.lastname@example.org. The proposal must be received no later than October 16, 2022 at 11:59 p.m. PST.