Voting Has Closed (was How to Vote for Ignite Sessions)
NOTE: Public voting for the 2013 Ignite sessions has closed. We've taken a snapshot of the results as of midnight CDT and will use it to determine the 18 sessions that will count for 30% of the outcome. Staff votes (30%) and ALA Conference Program Coordinating Team committee votes (40%) will determine the rest of the counts. We'll notify proposal authors about the final results on April 5th.
When viewing an individual proposal, you'll see a "thumbs up" image underneath the title when you're logged in to Connect. Click on that image to vote for that proposal.
Alternatively, you can view a list of the proposed Ignite sessions that's sortable by title or by number of votes.
If you voted and you want to remove your vote, click on the "reset" link underneath the "thumbs up" image.
To leave a comment or ask a question on a proposal, click on the "join" link in the left-hand column. To get notifications when new comments/questions are posted, join the community and then check the box in the left-hand column to enable email notifications from this group.
Ignite sessions give presenters five minutes to share what they’re most passionate about in the library world and inspire an audience to join them. Ignite speakers present for exactly five minutes, accompanied by 20 slides. Each slide is displayed for 15 seconds, with slides advancing automatically.
Voting is open through March 31st. The public votes will be weighted for 30% of the selection process; staff votes will account for another 30%, while the remaining 40% will be decided by an advisory group of ALA members.
We'll notify selected presenters by April 5, 2013.