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Conference presentations formats

Panels

Panels will serve as the cornerstone for structuring the conference program. Panels are thematic, integrated discussions among 6 to 12 session participants on a clearly identified theme or topic. They should provide attendees with an opportunity to hear presenters engage in dialogue amongst themselves as well as with attendees about cutting-edge research, practice, theory building, or policy development.

Timeline for Panels

▪ Submission of panel proposals: by 30 April 2020 (information about submission to be provided in due time)

▪ Announcement of accepted panels by 1 June 2020

 

Roundtables

Roundtables run for one hour and provide opportunities for up to three participants with specific expertise and varying positions/opinions to discuss with one another, and with the audience, topics concerning the theme of the conference.

Timeline for Roundtables

▪ Submission of roundtable proposals: by 30 April 2020 (information about submission to be provided in due time) 

▪ Notification of acceptance by 1 June 2020

 

Workshops

Running for a day or half a day on June 28 (preceding the main conference), pre-conference workshops are designed to be training sessions on a topic of interest to conference attendees, such teaching and professional development, with a special emphasis on learning or developing new skills.

Timeline for Workshops

▪ Submission of workshop proposals: by 30 April 2020 (information about submission to be provided in due time)

▪ Notification of acceptance by 1 June 2020

 

Artistic initiatives

▪ Submission of artistic proposals: by 30 April 2020 (information about submission to be provided in due time)

See for instance this initiative which took place during the Hong Kong IATIS conference here 

▪ Notification of acceptance by 1 June 2020

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