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ATIA 2020 Call for Presentations
Accepting Presentations from April 15 – June 14, 2019

Thank you for sharing your knowledge with the AT community! Please submit your best, well-written abstracts for consideration for ATIA 2020. All submissions will be considered during the Strand Advisor Blind Peer Review Process. Based on the Strand Advisors recommendations, the two highest ranked sessions that contribute to a well-rounded and balanced educational program are eligible for inclusion*. From an individual speaker perspective, this includes submissions where you are listed as primary or co-speaker.

*Invited speaker sessions are exempt and may be included, for example, Pre-conference Seminars, MTSS & Town Hall Sessions, QIAT Conversations, Smackdowns, Strand Spotlight Panels, and/or approved session moderators.

NEW: Please review the presentation types before submitting. They have changed from prior years. If any speaker is from an ATIA member or ATIA 2020 exhibiting company, you must select a Member/Exhibitor session type for allotment tracking and CEU purposes.

Don't forget to review your submission for spelling and errors. Descriptions should be well-written and grammatically correct. Upon acceptance, this submission will be used for printed materials. ATIA reserves the right to edit for consistency, length, format and grammar as necessary. We recommend you draft your submission in the Call for Presentations Word Document, and then copy and paste in to the online submission form. If you are unable to use the online form, please send your final word document to

ATIA 2020 Call for Presentations Webinar
The ATIA Education Team hosted an informational webinar on the ATIA 2020 Call for Presentations. Access the recording below to walk through the online submission form, changes for 2020, and helpful tips for submitting a successful and thorough abstract. This presentation is recommended for first-time speakers and will serve as a useful refresher for returning speakers.

ATOB Volume 14 Call for Manuscripts
This year, ATOB (Assistive Technology Outcomes and Benefits journal), is conducting a parallel Call for Manuscripts alongside the ATIA 2020 Call for Presentations. The ATOB Editorial Board invites manuscripts for Volume 14, focused on ‘AT in Literacy’. Manuscripts are due by Friday, June 14, and will be peer reviewed for an anticipated publication date in early 2020. More info at:


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