PanelPicker Entry Deadline Extended through Sunday, July 22

Photo by Diego Donamaria.

Speak on a session, lead a workshop, or engage in a debate at SXSW EDU 2019! The deadline to propose your session idea via PanelPicker® has been extended through Sunday, July 22 at 11:59pm PT.

PanelPicker is a digital, crowd-sourced platform that enables the community to propose session ideas for the SXSW EDU 2019 program. The simple, two-step proposal process gives educators, innovators, and thought-leaders input over what is selected and schedule for SXSW EDU, March 4-7, 2019.

EDU 2019-Proposal-Grade-Graphic Simply enter your session proposal during the month-long submission window. Then PanelPicker will re-open for public voting, allowing the public to review, vote on, and provide feedback for all ideas entered.

The final decision is derived from SXSW EDU Advisory Board evaluations (40%), public voting (30%), and staff review (30%).

PanelPicker entry: June 25 – July 22
PanelPicker public voting: August 6 – August 30

Program Tracks

The 2019 SXSW EDU program will explore a wide range of topical tracks in education and learning.

  • Accessibility & Inclusion
  • Adult Learning
  • Arts
  • Business & Investment
  • Data
  • Early Learning
  • Emerging Tech
  • Equity
  • Higher Education
  • Informal Learning
  • K-12 Education
  • Language Learning
  • Leadership
  • Learning Spaces
  • Science of Learning
  • SEL
  • Student Agency

Explore the SXSW EDU PanelPicker Guide

2019 PanelPicker GuideThe SXSW EDU PanelPicker Guide is a printable PDF designed to aid you in the proposal process. Review the guide for step-by-step instructions and tips from the SXSW EDU programming staff to take your session idea to the next level and increase your likelihood of being accepted.

SXSW EDU 2018 session, Cultivating Millennials to be Authentic Leaders – photo by Diego Donamaria.

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Jessica MacCall

SXSW EDU Sr Digital Media Manager

As part of the SXSW EDU marketing team, I am passionate about connecting people to individuals and ideas of impact. I earned a bachelor's degree in Mass Communications–Electronic Media and Photography from Texas State University and am currently pursuing an MBA from Western Governors University.

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