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Tuesday, March 29, 2011

It's that time of year....Autodesk University 2011 Call for Proposals - Proposal Deadline: May 6, 2011

Share the Power of the Possible

Have you found creative ways to integrate and use Autodesk® software on real-life projects? Have you developed processes that improve company workflow and efficiency? Do you have ideas about where your industry is headed?
If so, consider becoming a speaker at Autodesk University 2011. Each year, AU presents a series of face-to-face and virtual events that offer an excellent curriculum taught by outstanding speakers who are leaders in their industries.

AU 2011 Events

Autodesk University is seeking class proposals for:
  • Autodesk University 2011 User Conference and Exhibition. This annual Autodesk user event, scheduled for November 28–December 1, 2011 at The Venetian Hotel, Las Vegas, NV, offers outstanding training classes, exhibits, and networking opportunities for design professionals from around the world.
  • Autodesk University Virtual 2011. These on-demand training classes, offered in Spanish, Portuguese, and English, are made available worldwide via the Internet in advance of and during the AU 2011 conference.

How to Submit a Proposal

AU welcomes multiple submissions from experienced presenters.
  1. To help you prepare your proposal, use this convenient AU 2011 Proposal Checklist.
  2. Read What's New about the Call for Proposals process this year.
  3. Submit your proposal.
Submit a Proposal
Visit the AU Speaker blog often to keep abreast of the progress of class selection, as well as late-breaking news specifically for AU Speakers.

Those who submit proposals will be notified about their class status no later than June 30. We look forward to reading your class proposals and seeing you at AU 2011.


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