SPSBMORE 2013 Speaker Submission Form

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Speaker Guidelines for the 4th annual SharePoint Saturday Baltimore held at Loyola University on Saturday, May 18th, 2013

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SPSBMORE 2013 Speaker Submission Form

  1. 1. Speaker Submission Form - Submit Your SessionsThank you for your interest in delivering a session at SharePoint Saturday Baltimore held onSaturday, May 18, 2013 at Loyola University.Please complete the form below and attach via email to baltimorespug@live.com .You will receive confirmation that your submission was received.Speakers will be selected in mid-April to allow for adequate travel arrangements.Slidedecks and Supporting MaterialsSelected speakers are expected to forward all presentation materials tobaltimorespug@live.com . Your slidedeck will be uploaded to the SPS Baltimore’sSlideShare account for on-demand viewing and additional value-add to our attendees.Session TypesFor this year’s SPS Baltimore event, we will offer the following sessions depending on sessionssubmitted. • IT Pro • Development • Branding • Architecture • Governance • Deep Dive – 300 Level Only • SharePoint 101 (2010 and 2013 platforms) • End User • Office 365 and supporting Cloud technologies • Database Administration • Powershell and Scripting • Case Studies of all types are especially welcomePresentation TypesJoint presentations (teaming with another speaker) are welcome for submissionShorter sessions (30 minutes) for new speakers are welcome for submission
  2. 2. Speaker Info (separate form for each speaker please)Name:Company:Job Title:Email:Phone:Shirt SizeShort speaker bio ( oneparagraph ):HTML Link to PictureBlogCompany WebsitePrimary SessionSession Type (Example:Administrator, Developer,Architect, Designer, End User,InfoPath, ….)Session Level (100, 200, 300) 100 = Beginner , 300 = Expert-LevelSession Name: (Keep it short and to the point)Session Description: Provide a brief overview (3 or more sentences) describing your session. • What is the main takeaway from your session? • What objectives will you prove via technical demo to your audience ? • Which audiences would benefit from this session?Session InfoSession Type (Example:Administrator, Developer,Architect, Designer, End User,InfoPath, ….)Session Level (100, 200, 300) 100 = Beginner , 300 = Expert-LevelSession Name: (Keep it short and to the point)Session Description: Provide a brief overview (3 or more sentences) describing your session. • What is the main takeaway from your session? • What objectives will you prove via technical demo to your audience ? • Which audiences would benefit from this session?
  3. 3. Session InfoSession Type (Example:Administrator, Developer,Architect, Designer, End User,InfoPath, ….)Session Level (100, 200, 300) 100 = Beginner , 300 = Expert-LevelSession Name: (Keep it short and to the point)Session Description: Provide a brief overview (3 or more sentences) describing your session. • What is the main takeaway from your session? • What objectives will you prove via technical demo to your audience ? • Which audiences would benefit from this session?To submit additional sessions, simply copy/paste the Session Info table below.Please forward your submission to: baltimorespug@live.com

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