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Call for presentations: length & Interaction description

  • Subject: [cg] Call for presentations: length & Interaction description
  • From: Laura Berman <laura@foodshare.net>
  • Date: Mon, 21 May 2001 12:08:23 -0400

In answer to Jon Rowley's query about the ACGA Call for Presentations:

On the third page of the complete Call for Presentations (the PDF version is
the complete, official  Call) under Approximate Length of presentation it
says, "Suggested time is between 1-2 hours with consideration for content."

Engaging, hands-on, experiential presentations and panel discussions are
prefered. Examples of this could be a role playing exercise to better
understand the complexities of community organizing around a community
garden. Therapeutic gardening may include a demonstration utilizing garden
tools for the physically challenged. Interaction between the presenter and
the audience instead of a talking head for 1hour is what we are striving

>From: "Jon Rowley" <rowley@nwlink.com>
>To: <community_garden@mallorn.com>
>Date: Fri, 18 May 2001 07:42:29 -0700
>Subject: [cg] Call for presentations

>Does the Call for Presentations for the ACGA's 22nd annual conference
>mention anything about length of prospective presentations/workshops?
>If it's in there, I'm missing it.

>Also an example of "interactive" would be.....?

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