ATTW 2019 is one week away! We wanted to round up all the information about conference events in one place as everyone prepares for their travel. Hopefully, this answers your last minute questions, but if not, please feel free to contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
All ATTW conference events are held at the Westin Pittsburgh, 1000 Penn Avenue, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15222
If you haven’t registered, please do so by Friday, March 8. While you will be able to register on-site at the conference, the registration costs will be increased. Registering early lets us provide the hotel with a more accurate headcount, and it promotes a more efficient check-in process at the conference. Plus, you’ll have a printed name-tag. Here’s the registration link:
Plan to tweet using the #attwcon hashtag.
Check-in and registration will be available in the atrium on the second floor of the Westin on Tuesday, March 12, beginning at 8:30 am.
Check-in and registration will be available outside of the Pennsylvania Ballroom on Wednesday, March 13, beginning at 7:30 am.
The main room for ATTW on Wednesday will be the Pennsylvania Ballroom.
If you preregistered for the conference:
Look for someone with a cellphone or tablet to get you checked in quickly through Eventbrite. Pick up your nametag and program, and have a great conference!
If you registered, but need to pay onsite:
Look for Brian Blackburne & Michelle Eble. They’ll help you finish your registration.
If you missed the online registration window:
Look for Brian Blackburne. He will be handling onsite registrations. Here are the costs for onsite registrations:
Full-time faculty or professionals $170.00
Contingent faculty $100.00
Poster Presentation Information
The Poster Presentation Session is scheduled for Wednesday, March 13, from 11:15 am-12:15 pm in the Pennsylvania Ballroom Posters should be 30″ x 40″ or smaller to fit on the foam boards that will be provided. We will provide foam boards, binder clips, and push pins to mount the posters. Then the foam boards will be displayed on easels.
Rooms will have a projector, screen, and Internet access. Presenters should bring laptops and connecting dongles for audio visual.
Each session is an hour and fifteen minutes. In general, with a panel of four, each presenter has fifteen minutes, leaving fifteen minutes for questions. The issue of when to take questions is up to the chair and the panel, but taking questions at the end, by which time everyone has had time to present, is a good idea. Please stick to your time in the session.
Please make an effort to visit the publisher exhibits on Wednesday, March 13. They will be set-up in the Pennsylvania Ballroom for the majority of the day. Thanks to Bedford St. Martin’s/Macmillan Learning; Routledge, Taylor and Francis Group; and University Press of Colorado & Utah State University Press for participating in this year’s conference.
Research Methods Workshops
The Research Methods workshop will take place Tuesday, March 12 from 1:30 pm-5:30 pm in the Armstrong Room in the Westin.
The room will have a projector and screen, but facilitators and participants should bring laptops.
There will be a short break from 2:45-3:15.
Women in TC Luncheon
The luncheon is scheduled in the Pennsylvania Ballroom on Wednesday, March 13, 12:15 pm-1:30 pm. Registration is required for this event. Organizers will check people in at the door using the Eventbrite registration information.
If you have have accessibility concerns for which you need assistance, please contact Michelle Eble at email@example.com.