The parallel sessions will be composed of traditional research presentations and interactive sessions to accommodate the range of stakeholders necessary to advance the conference topic: Teaching and Learning for an Inclusive, Interconnected World.

The official language of the Conference is English.

PAPERS RESEARCH ABSTRACT GUIDELINES

SESSIONS
WITHOUT PAPERS

POSTER
GUIDELINES

SUBMISSION
PROCEDURE

Papers – Research abstract guidelines

For each track, the Conference will have four 90-minute multipaper sessions: a multiple single-paper presentation session is a summary session consisting of several individual papers followed by audience participation and possible discussant comments.

Submit your paper proposal of three pages for peer review following these instructions:

  1. Author page. Please list all the authors and presenters pertaining to the proposed session. To ensure a blind peer review process, do not include any identifying author details in the following pages.
  2. Title page. Write the title in plain language that is clear, concise and self-evident.
  3. Abstract page. Write a maximum 200 words plain language abstract including these sections:
  • Research topic/aim;
  • Theoretical framework;
  • Methodological design;
  • Expected conclusions/findings; and
  • Relevance to the Conference theme and specific strand.

Each abstract will be reviewed by two referees.

To submit your proposal, download a copy of this template.

After the conference, you will be able to submit your full paper for review. If accepted, it will be included in the Conference Proceedings with ISBN.

The deadline for the full paper submission is: September 30, 2022

Sessions without papers (workshops, panels, etc.) guidelines

The Conference will feature eight (8) total (two per theme/strand) 90-minute sessions without papers.

Submit your session proposal for peer review following these instructions:

1. Session information

  • Title (maximum 18 words)
  • Goals: At least two clear learning objectives and concrete expected outcomes for participants
  • Format: Accepted session formats are
    • Workshops: Interactive sessions that feature a combination of presentations and activities that engage the audience through simulations and various non-formal training methodologies. Workshops should have a well-defined flow of activities that offer all participants an opportunity to meet the learning goals and take part in the process.
    • Panels: Sessions with multiple presenters sharing good practices and innovative ideas that include at least 20 minutes of question and answer time.
    • World café-style conversations: Sessions designed to tap into/harness the collective insights of conference attendees and find interlinkages between relevant concepts. In these, the organizers facilitate discussion and idea generation by using a series of structured questions tied to different themes and allowing participants to move between questions and themes. “Table hosts” anchor rounds of conversation lasting approximately 15-20 minutes each with sharing of previous rounds’ outputs in between rounds and at the conclusion of the session.
    • Other experiential formats: We will consider these selectively. Please specify the methods you would like to use in your proposal.
  • Summary (maximum 75 words; if the proposal is accepted, the summary will be published on the conference website and in other communications)
  • Detailed session description explaining the topic and outlining relevant methods (based on selected format) for audience interaction and engagement (maximum 200 words)

2. Presenter information including affiliation, title, email, address, etc. and a brief bio (maximum 50 words)

To submit your proposal, download a copy of this template.

After the conference, you will be able to submit your full paper for review. If accepted, it will be included in the Conference Proceedings with ISBN.

The deadline for the full paper submission is: September 30, 2022

Poster session guidelines

Submit your poster proposal for peer review following these instructions:

  1. the poster must be sent in pdf-version
  2. the poster should be built paying attention to the following suggestions:
    1. Important information should be readable from about 10 feet/3 meters away
    2. Title is short and draws interest
    3. Word count of about 300 to 800 words
    4. Text is clear and to the point
    5. Use of bullets, numbering, and headlines make it easy to read
    6. Effective use of graphics, color and fonts
    7. Consistent and clean layout
    8. Includes acknowledgments, your name and institutional affiliation

After the conference, you will be able to submit your full paper for review. If accepted, it will be included in the Conference Proceedings with ISBN.

The deadline for the full paper submission is: September 30, 2022

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