We are now accepting presentation and training proposals for DigitalCamp Atlanta 2020.

View the information below to learn more about the session tracks and format

Presenter Skill Level

We invite presenters at all levels to submit sessions.  In fact, it has been proven that one of the best ways to learn is to teach. So we encourage all levels to share their experiences.

Presentation and Training Tracks

We are looking for Drupal sessions that fit in one or more of the following tracks

  • Beginner

  • Design, Theming, and Usability

  • Development and Performance

  • Site Building

  • Business Leadership

  • Education and Training

Presentation Format

Each session will be 30 minutes with 15 minutes for Q&A. This year, we'll be implementing single track sessions using Crowdcast. At the beginning of each sponsored session, sponsors will get a few minutes to introduce themselves. We'll have more information regarding Crowdcast and how to use it as the schedule begins to take shape.

Training Format

Training sessions will take place on the morning of the first day of DigitalCamp. Trainings provide organizations and individuals with hands-on experience for an extended period of time.

Proposal Deadline

EXTENDED: Monday, July 27, 2020  by 11:59pm

Proposal Selection Date

Monday, August 3, 2020  by 11:59pm

Note: Some sessions may be accepted and announced prior to the proposal deadline or selection date.

Proposal Selection Process

Proposals will be reviewed and selected by ADUG based on how clearly the session articulates the learning objectives and the session content in addition to how well they fit within the program.

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