We are excited to be accepting Submissions for TED 2022! TED Is focused on Building Bridges this year and is excited to announce some new Session Types that will help to foster this collaboration. When submitting your session you will be considered for all session types - View a list of session types here. If you check that you only wish to be considered for a single paper session, please know your chance of being accepted greatly decreases. We will only be accepting our highest-rated sessions for a single paper session.
Select the Correct Form:
- Abstract Submission Form- Use this form if you are submitting a session for TED on behalf of yourself/as multiple presenters
- Meetings Form- Use this form if you are submitting to have a meeting at TED (not programming). A general business, executive, or reception.
- Kaleidoscope Form- This form is meant for students. All students currently enrolled in doctoral programs are required to submit a proposal to Kaleidoscope as their first submission. If a student does not submit their proposal to Kaleidoscope, they will be required to register at the regular rate.
- Special Session Form- Use this form if you are submitting a session for TED on behalf of an affinity group (caucus, SIG, Committee, Affiliate Group, etc.)
If you have any questions on which form to select please email email@example.com
In an effort to help assist you in finding someone to present with TED has launched a collaboration zone this year. You can use the collaboration zone to locate other presenters who may be interested in partnering to speak on a similar topic. To participate you just need to access the form, answer a few questions, and hit submit! Once you have submitted you will receive an email with a report that shows everyone that has submitted thus far and you can utilize it to find someone to collaborate with. Collaboration Zone is just a tool to connect with other presenters, you must still submit by June 1, 2022, to be considered.
Please use the tools below to help you in the submission process. Make sure to check out the updated TED 2022 Rubric and our Call for Proposals to help you in planning your submission. If you have any questions please email firstname.lastname@example.org