We can hardly believe it’s that time of year again. Spring has sprung and March Madness has ended, which means the AU Las Vegas 2017 Call for Proposals (CFP) is opening soon. Whether you’re a seasoned AU speaker or you’re thinking about submitting a proposal for the first time, here’s what you can expect this year.
Submit a proposal—we want you to speak at AU
Do you have a great idea for an AU class or session? Then submit a proposal. Speaking at AU is a great way to share your expertise with your peers, and establish yourself as an industry leader. Demonstrate workflows and collaborations, share what you’ve learned with project case studies, lead a panel or roundtable discussion, or create hands-on training that will help others in your field overcome challenges you’ve already faced.
If your proposal is selected, you’ll get a free AU conference pass and the chance to forge important, lasting relationships within the AU community. Plus, you’ll partner with Autodesk and build your reputation as a leader in your field. Sound like a smart move? Don’t let this opportunity pass you by.
NEW—request a class or recommend a speaker
Not ready to lead an AU class? No problem. Tell us what—or who—would help make you better or more efficient in your work. What do you want to learn? Do you know of thought leaders, practitioners, or power users whose unique insights and expertise would enrich AU? Help us help you. This year you can request an AU class or recommend an industry leader. Watch the AU website for details. We’re all ears.
NEW—vote to help us select this year’s classes
AU is about you, so your feedback will be a crucial factor in selecting this year’s classes. You can review the anonymous class proposals on our website as they’re submitted. We want you to share in our excitement. Get a sense for what the AU community is proposing, and get inspired to submit your own proposal. Or simply keep an eye on what matters most to you. When the CFP window closes we’ll ask you to vote for those can’t-miss classes. We can’t wait to hear what you want to learn this year.
The Call for Proposals will open soon, so stay tuned for more details. It’s time to get to work.