Brief Presentations, Case Studies and Demonstrations (Presentation Time: 20 minutes plus Q&A 10 minutes)

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Brief Presentations (Presentation Time: 20 minutes plus Q&A 10 minutes)

A Brief presentation should discuss and/or demonstrate strategies, techniques, issues, solutions, associated with learning with the use of technology. It should describe:

  • the context/motivation for the topic
  • what will be shown or discussed
  • what are the implications for future practice.

 

Case Studies (Presentation Time: 20 minutes plus Q&A 10 minutes)

Case studies are related to institutional or individual experiences and should describe:

  • how the technology was used to enhance learning and in what context for the case study
  • who was involved in the development and presentation
  • what are the implications for future practice.

 

Demonstrations (Presentation Time: 20 minutes plus Q&A 10 minutes)

Demonstrations will enable participants to review innovative developments in practice or progress and should describe:

  • the major  learning and technology aspects of the innovation to be demonstrated
  • the context and motivation for the innovation
  • what are the implications for future practice

Submission guidelines

Your abstract should not exceed 500 words (including references). To help with the review process, please de-identify the authors if referenced in the abstract.

Submitting

Please use the link below to submit your abstract.
Submit abstract

What next?

All submissions will be peer-reviewed by two members of a panel established by the organising committee plus other external reviewers where appropriate.
When an author enters a submission on the Website, panel members receive an e-mail notification and can immediately begin the review process. Using rapid turn around, authors will be notified quickly of the status of their submission.

Do I need to register and pay for the event as a presenter?

Yes. All presenters attending the symposium must register and pay the registration fee.

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