Presentation Formats Explained
Guidelines for presenters here.
Guidelines for Refereed Papers here.
We offer the opportunity to submit proposals to present non-refereed papers, workshops and refereed papers. This year, we will also hold two round table sessions to discuss topics chosen by conference delegates.
- Abstract submissions are due by 6 August 2018
- Acceptance will be notified by 24 August 2018
- Corrected abstracts need to be returned by 7 September 2018
- Papers for refereeing are due by 10 October 2018
- Referees' reports will be sent by 2 November 2018
- Following review, presenters will need to submit a full paper by 19 November 2018
- Please note that all presenters must register for the conference
Roundtables (45 minutes):
Sessions led by individuals (or teams) who have either completed research, have research in progress or want to showcase ground-breaking resource developments. The format for these sessions is for presenters to offer information, data, resources etc for discussion/ challenge from those at the table. There will be no more than 10-12 participants at each table, and it is envisaged that a brief introduction will be followed by discussion based on questions/responses/suggestions. No PowerPoints, but handouts where necessary to detail key points. The purpose of this conference is to engage the participants in discussion and debate. This is not a direct delivery context but rather the presenter's role is to foster discussion and make sure everyone contributes and goes away at the end engaging with a range of ideas and actions they can take.
Workshops (I hour):
Sessions led by individuals (or teams) to workshop an innovation, resource or strategy from their practice. The emphasis will be on practical applications and, thus, it is expected that participants will work with the presenters so that they come away with knowledge and skills they can apply to their teaching practice. No PowerPoints, but handouts where necessary to detail key points.
PechaKucha (approx. 7 mins – 20 slides, 20 seconds per slide):
Intended to pitch a key/strongly felt idea or innovation – time limits will be closely adhered to. See examples here.