36 • 2018 ASHA CONVENTION PROGRAM BOOK Citing Sessions Use the following format to properly cite oral seminars or poster presentations offered at the ASHA Convention: Jakubowitz, M., Alvares, R., Cornish-Raley, N., Lowman, J., Schulz, G., Sippl, T. (2018, November) 1247: Evolution of Telepractice: Deconstructing the Myths. Seminar presented at the annual convention of the American Speech-Language- Hearing Association, Boston, MA. Substitute “Poster” for “Seminar” if the session is a poster presentation. Code of Conduct ASHA expects Convention attendees to respect each other, student volunteers, exhibitors, Convention Center staff, and ASHA staff, and to behave in a courteous and civilized fashion. Attendees should respect common sense rules for public behavior, personal interaction, and respect for private property. Abusive, harassing, or threatening behavior directed toward any other attendee—or any student volunteer, ASHA staff, or Convention Center staff—will not be tolerated. Please report any incidents in which a meeting attendee is abusive, insulting, intimidating, bothersome, or acting in an unsafe or illegal manner to ASHA staff or Convention Center Security immediately. Comments and Feedback All registrants will receive an e-mailed invitation to complete an in-depth online Convention evaluation survey after the event has concluded. If you have suggestions or feedback that you’d like to share while at the Convention, you may request a comment card at one of the Information Booths. Convention Daily Updates/ Program Addenda Each morning during the Convention, a listing of session changes and/or cancellations, as well as daily activities and meetings, will be available as paper copies at ASHA Information Booths and as a PDF for attendees to download from the web (https://convention.asha.org/Schedule- and-Program/) or access via the mobile app. Last-minute updates and changes will also be tweeted from the official ASHA Convention Twitter account, @ASHA_events. Work in the Schools in Arizona CCC-SLP: $65,000; CF $60,000/school year 100% paid health, dental, vision insurance, licensure, dues, paid sick time, $1,000 CE fund, parties, Hawaii/Spanish I trip & more! We will appreciate you! Brian: 480.221.2573 or apply at StudentTherapy.com. Communicate with Confidence at Gwinnett County Public Schools. Become the Next Speech-Language Pathologist in Metro-Atlanta. METRO ATLANTA Apply today at GCPSjobs.org Low caseloads CF opportunities Great training & support FT & PT positions available No extra duties Follow Us @GCPSHR