Choosing a Program Title
The program title is your first opportunity to invite the reader to your program. An effective title encourages the reader to review the abstract; a poorly written title can cause the reader to dismiss the program.
Do not repeat the program theme in your title verbatim; it is the concept of the theme, not the words which make a successful session submission. Themed titles will be edited significantly.
If appropriate, a program title
- Identifies the scope, sequence and/or level of the program content
- Identifies sponsors or specific group presenting
- Identifies potential target audiences
- Under 150 characters (including spaces)
- Does not repeat the NASPA program themes verbatim
- Introduces and captivates the reader