Submission Guidlines

Carefully read the submission guidelines for each presentation category

Guidelines for submitting a lecture proposal

Please prepare a Word document with the following sections:

You will then be asked to copy and paste these sections into the submissions site:

  1. Title (up to 15 words)
  2. Conference theme (first choice)
  3. Conference theme (second choice)
  4. Presentation category (lecture)
  5. Short abstract (up to 250 words) for the conference’s abstract book
  6. Introduction or theoretical background (100-200 words)
  7. Research questions / hypotheses / main purpose (up to 100 words)
  8. Research methods (20-150 words)
  9. Main results (100-250 words)
  10. Discussion, theoretical or practical implications, importance of the research (100-200 words)
  11. References (3-5)
  12. Key words (3-5. Please use the ERIC thesaurus)

The submission site will have additional sections to fill in that are only relevant for other submission categories. Please write Not relevant in these sections.

Guidelines for submitting a paper session

Please submit a proposal for each lecture and then prepare an additional document with the following sections:

  1. Session Title (up to 20 words)
  2. Explanation: Importance of the subject and how the various papers contribute to forming a coherent picture? (50-200 words)
  3. Participating papers’ authors and their titles

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Guidelines for submitting a poster proposal

Please prepare a Word document with the following sections.

You will then be asked to copy and paste these sections into the submissions site:

  1. Title (up to 15 words)
  2. Conference theme (first choice)
  3. Conference theme (second choice)
  4. Presentation category (poster)
  5. Short abstract (up to 250 words) for the conference’s abstract book
  6. Introduction or theoretical background (100-200 words)
  7. Research questions / hypotheses / main purpose (up to 100 words)
  8. Research methods (20-150 words)
  9. Main results (100-250 words)
  10. Discussion, theoretical or practical implications – importance of the research (100-200 words)
  11. References (3-5)
  12. Key words (3-5, Please use the ERIC thesaurus)

The submission site will have additional sections to fill in that are only relevant for other submission categories. Please write Not relevant in these sections.

 

Guidelines for submitting a discussion panel proposal

Please prepare a Word document with the following sections.

You will then be asked to copy and paste these sections into the submissions site:

  1. Title (up to 15 words)
  2. Conference theme (first choice)
  3. Conference theme (second choice)
  4. Presentation category (discussion panel)
  5. Short abstract (up to 250 words) for the conference’s abstract book
  6. Main purpose (up to 100 words)
  7. Description of participants’ respective positions (up to 250 words)
  8. Questions for discussion (20-50 words)
  9. References (3-5)
  10. Key words (3-5, Please use the ERIC thesaurus)

The submission site will have additional sections to fill in that are only relevant for other submission categories. Please write Not relevant in these sections.

Guidelines for submitting a roundtable proposal

Please prepare a Word document with the following sections.

You will then be asked to copy and paste these sections into the submissions site:

  1. Title (up to 15 words)
  2. Conference theme (first choice)
  3. Conference theme (second choice)
  4. Presentation category (roundtable)
  5. Short abstract (up to 250 words) for the conference’s abstract book
  6. Introduction or theoretical background (100-200 words)
  7. Research questions / hypotheses / main purpose (up to 100 words)
  8. Research methods (20-150 words)
  9. Questions for discussion (20-50 words)
  10. References (3-5)
  11. Key words (3-5, Please use the ERIC thesaurus)

The submission site will have additional sections to fill in that are only relevant for other submission categories. Please write Not relevant in these sections.

Guidelines for submitting a workshop, active learning or a creative experience proposal

Please prepare a Word document with the following sections.

You will then be asked to copy and paste these sections into the submissions site:

  1. Title (up to 15 words)
  2. Conference theme (first choice)
  3. Conference theme (second choice)
  4. Presentation category (workshop-activity)
  5. Short abstract (up to 250 words) for the conference’s abstract book
  6. Main purpose (up to 100 words)
  7. Description: how will the workshop/activity be conducted (up to 250 words)
  8. References (3-5)
  9. Key words (3-5, Please use the ERIC thesaurus)
  10. Materials, technology or other specific items that will be used during the workshop

The submission site will have additional sections to fill in that are only relevant for other submission categories. Please write Not relevant in these sections.

Guidelines for submitting a discussion following a film or a book proposal

Please prepare a Word document with the following sections.

You will then be asked to copy and paste these sections into the submissions site:

  1. Title (up to 15 words)
  2. Conference theme (first choice)
  3. Conference theme (second choice)
  4. Presentation category (film or book)
  5. Short abstract (up to 250 words) for the conference’s abstract book
  6. Main purpose (up to 100 words)
  7. Description of the film or book to be discussed (up to 250 words)
  8. Questions for discussion (20-50 words)
  9. References (3-5)
  10. Key words (3-5, Please use the ERIC thesaurus)

The submission site will have additional sections to fill in that are only relevant for other submission categories. Please write Not relevant in these sections.