- Each author will have 10 minutes for oral presentation and 5 minutes for discussion
- Each speaker has to be present, at least, 10 minutes before the session and upload their presentation and the supporting material.
- Presentations have an alloted time of 10 minutes and 5 minutes for discussion. Participants have 2 minutes to move from one presentation to another
- No particular template is proposed for the digital support, but PowerPoint and/or PDF files are expected. If you need additional types of digital support, please contact the organizing committee
- All session rooms are equipped with a data projector and a laptop computer.
- Bring your presentation on a Windows readable USB stick.
- When building your presentation, use standard fonts (e.g., Times Roman, Helvetica, Arial, New Times Roman), basic fonts are included on the session room PCs.
- Include in the same folder of your presentation, any external files utilized, e.g. movie files. Copy the entire folder to the USB stick.
- Test your presentation on a separate PC compatible computer to ensure fonts are standard and components such as movies are included rather than merely linked in your presentation.
Important note: if the author doesn’t attend the session, certificates of the presentation issuance is not guaranteed.
- Each debate session (90') will be organized in 3 main parts, chaired by one of the presenters (moderator).
- In Part 1 (30'), each author should present a 5' oral presentation (paper key ideas) and, at the end, launch 1 or 2 driving questions for the debate, according to findings from their paper. The driving question should be engaging, open-ended and inspiring for participants, creating curiosity and discussion about the debated theme . These questions should be the guiding principle for the debate that takes to Part 2. The session moderator should register the driving questions after each presentation on the whiteboard, to facilitate the discussion phase.
- In Part 2 (40'), the moderator should recall the driving questions on the whiteboard and start the debate. All participants should be engaged in the discussion, including the audience and the presenters. The moderator can manage the session as they prefer. In Part 3 (20'), the moderator and the presenters should prepare a short summmary of the outcome and major ideas from the discussion, including the answers to some of the driving questions. At the end, participants are welcome to continue to share experiences and research in future opportunities and activities.
Interactive Poster Session
The interactive poster session will be structured in 3 periods (30' each):
- In Period 1, the author should stand next to their poster and briefly present it to other participants (approximately 3').
- In Period 2, the participants (including the authors) walk around the room and whenever they wish, post questions / comments / suggestions by the posters (using sticky notes available on site).
- In Period 3, the authors will have to respond to questions/comments/suggestions.