Call for Tutorials

The NCSLI Conference Tutorial Committee is developing the 2019 Tutorial Program for our annual Workshop & Symposium taking place in Cleveland, Ohio, from August 24-26, 2019.

Tutorial courses at NCSLI conferences are intended to provide comprehensive education in an adult learning format with topics of interest specific to the measurement science industry. In addition, we are seeking new ideas of topics to attract a wider audience at all levels of their career. We ask you to focus on developing a course that supports the beginner, intermediate or advance users. Each tutorial should be focused to fit in the allotted time slot.

NCSLI Tutorial Instructor(s) allotted time slots:
4 Hour 1/2-Day; 8 Hour 1-Day; 12 Hour 1.5-Day; and 16 Hour 2-Day

Tutorial submission process:
Create an account (this is a separate abstract submission site not your iMIS credentials)
Course Title
150-500 word abstract
Learning objectives
Number of instructors
Course time allotment
Once submitted the tutorial committee will contact you.

Submit Tutorial Program Abstract Here

Who should submit?
Engineers, metrologists, scientists, practitioners, technicians, young professionals, old professionals, laboratory managers, quality managers, statisticians, lab assessors, technical writers and all measurement science professionals.

Attention Tutorial Instructors!
The NCSLI Tutorial Committee is building the 2019 - 2021 Tutorial Programs. We invite and encourage you to start thinking ahead on how you might present your courses in these future NCSLI Events.

Questions or Concerns?
NCSLI Business office: 303-440-339

Our Mission is to provide the best opportunities for the world’s measurement science experts and practitioners. To network and exchange information to promote measurement education and skill development. We encourage and invite you to advance your career and personal skills by submitting a tutorial course.

Updated 12/26/2018