III. Type of Presentation: Paper, Poster/Exhibit
The type of presentation you plan will also have implications for the information you include in the Long Description.
Accepted papers will be organized into thematic sessions or roundtable discussions and, while the preparation for your presentation may be different for these two formats, the content of your proposal should include all of the elements of a research, practice, or theory-focused work listed above.
Generally most appropriate for "practice-focused" works (or works in progress), a poster/exhibit proposal may concentrate on one aspect, for example, "description of the practical application". The proposal should clearly describe the type of information (or product) that will be displayed. The poster should be designed in the format 50x70 cm.
IV. Steps for Presenting at the Conference
Preparing to present your scholarly work at the annual conference consists of the following steps, each of which is explained in detail in the indicated link(s).
1. Prepare your proposal
- Consider the most appropriate Proposal Type for your topic and stage of work.
- Review the Proposal Guidelines for the topics to be included in the proposal.
- Prepare the proposal for online submission and note the current submission deadline.
2. Submit your Proposal
- On the web site you can download the proposal form
- Enter all the requested information, and choose the Themes and Keywords that best fit your presentation.
- Your proposal will be reviewed within 1-4 weeks of receipt.
3. Register to attend Conference and submit your manuscript
- Remember that your presentation cannot be scheduled until your registration is complete and fully paid.
4. prepare your presentation
- Note your presentation date: Depending on when you submitted your proposal and completed registration, your presentation will appear in either the draft program (posted 3 weeks prior to the conference start date).