Call for speakers (Extended until Tuesday, March 15)

National Association of Government Webmasters National Conference

The National Association of Government Webmasters (NAGW) is now accepting speaking proposals for the 2011 NAGW National Conference September 14-16 in Cincinnati, Ohio. NAGW is seeking presenters to share knowledge and ideas as well as present new technologies and trends, so that attendees return to their offices with fresh ideas and valuable contacts. The deadline for submitting proposals online is March 15, 2011.

The focus of the NAGW National Conference is to bring together government webmasters who share similar goals and issues. The conference is open to any web professional who is looking to enhance his or her skills.

If you have a relevant topic that you believe will benefit our conference attendees, please submit a proposal. Regular conference sessions are 90 minutes which includes a 10-minute question-and-answer period. Pre-conference sessions, held on September 13, are four (4) hours long with both morning and afternoon slots available. Speakers may be requested to repeat sessions. Relevant topics might include:

How-To (step by step) sessions, for example: Social Media, Analytics, Google Maps, CSS
Open Source
The "next big thing on the Web"
Project Management
Social Software (i.e. Twitter, Facebook, etc.)
Style Guide Creation
Webmaster tools
E-mail list services
No-Cost/Low Cost Content Management
Budget Crunch - Getting creative with no budget
QR Codes
Video, for example: Online video, Hosting sites and services, Inexpensive cameras (Flip, etc.)
What You Get In Return

Selected speakers will receive up to a 50% discount on general conference registration and a NAGW speaker shirt. The deadline date for submitting your online proposal is March 15, 2011.

Join fellow web professionals at the only national conference organized for government webmasters by government webmasters.

Questions? Contact speakers@nagw.org

This call is now closed. You can find more information here.

  • Closed on: 15th March 2011