How can I contribute? (Presentations)
The submission of conference papers
The tracked sessions are an opportunity to showcase recent work
– get feedback, explore ideas and make contact with others
working in the same field. Contributions will take the form of:
- Research paper presentations. An abstract is required to be
submitted in advance for this. Final papers should be between
2,000 - 5,000 words.
- Developers’ sessions. An abstract is required to be submitted
in advance for this. As an indication, final papers should be
approximately 1,000 words, although other formats (such as PowerPoint
slides or HTML pages) may also be acceptable.
When preparing your conference papers, please download and use
the following 2 documents:
Please note that the deadline
date for the submission of conference papers to present
at the conference is Friday 16 May 2003*
|Conference Paper Guidelines
(please read this first before writing your paper)
Conference Paper Template
* In the case of unforeseen delays, it will be possible for author/s
to submit their papers for publication after the conference date,
although they will be expected to fulfill their commitment to present
their research to delegates based on the contents of their final
paper. The final deadline date for this late submission is Thursday
31 July 2003 if authors wish them to be published in the Conference
The above 2 documents have been created using Word, the word processing
program. If you should have difficulties downloading this information,
or you do not have the Word program, please click here to contact
Dr Savill-Smith to discuss alternative arrangements.
- The length of research paper presentations (ie from full papers)
will be 25 minutes, plus 5 minutes for questions
- The length of developers’ sessions is expected to be
15 minutes, plus 15 minutes for discussion.
A selection of articles based on research papers presented at the
conference will be published in “Learning and Skills Research”
– a journal for further education and lifelong learning.
here to link to the most recent issue of this publication
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