PAPER PRESENTATIONS (2-papers shared in 1 hour) Presentation time: 25 minutes (20 minutes and 5 minutes Q/A) Submission proposal length: Up to 8000 characters (about 1000 words) Proceedings length: 10 pages maximum All proceedings for accepted sessions must be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org by July 1, 2019 AV equipment provided: Computer, Projector, Wi-Fi. Authors only need to bring their presentations on a usb/flash drive to load onto the computers.
Papers present reports of significant work or integrative reviews in research, development, applications, and societal issues related to all aspects of the conference theme and strands.
The submission should clearly indicate: • Who is the target population for the research; • The major aspects of the research; • The context or motivation for the research; and • Possible solutions or opportunities for collaborative partnerships to improve the problem.
BEST PRACTICES OR STRATEGIES (2 sessions shared in 1 hour) Presentation time: 25 minutes (20 minutes and 5 minutes Q/A) Submission proposal length: Up to 4500 characters (about 650 words) Proceedings length: 6 pages maximum All proceedings for accepted sessions must be emailed to email@example.com by July 1, 2019 AV equipment provided: Computer, Projector, Wi-Fi. Authors only need to bring their presentations on a usb/flash drive to load onto the computers.
Best Practices session presenters discuss and demonstrate learning strategies, techniques, issues, solutions for engaging America’s vulnerable youth.
This is an opportunity to inform attendees about the lessons learned and future plans from those who are successful in working with students from various SES, racial, religions, family household backgrounds.
ROUNDTABLE DISCUSSIONS (up to 3-discussions shared at the same table) Presentation-time: 50 minutes total Roundtables typically share a room with 3-5 other concurrently held Roundtables. Proposal submission length: Abstract up to 1800 characters (about 300 words) Proceedings length: 6 pages maximum
AV-equipment-provided: Wi-Fi, roundtable These sessions allow maximum interaction in informal, small-group discussions on a single topic. The format is appropriate for papers, projects, or works-in-progress that encourages discussion. A PC, screen, and projector will not be provided, as this is an informal small group discussion environment not conducive for projecting images from a distance.
POSTER PRESENTATIONS PLAN AHEAD: These will be held Monday, July 15th, 2019 during the President’s Reception from 5-6:30pm. Presentation time: 1.5 hours Proposal submission length: Abstract up to 1800 characters (about 300 words) Proceedings length: 6 pages maximum
AV equipment provided: 4'x8' poster board stand/easel, Wi-Fi Poster/Demonstration sessions researchers and graduate students to discuss their proposed research or their latest results and developments in progress in order to gain feedback and to establish contact with researchers of similar interests or projects.
Description of the planned Poster Research; should emphasize the problem, problem context or setting, research questions, methodology, what was done, and why the work is important and findings, if applicable.
Recommended content for the poster includes:
A clear statement of the purpose or goals of the research (i.e., the primary research questions or issues being addressed)
A brief summary of the theoretical or conceptual foundation for the work
A description of the methodology being used and the project findings (if applicable), and the theoretical and/or practical significance and implications of the research.
The following are tips to enhance your poster:
Keep it simple and brief. Determine the key points for your poster and highlight these, rather than trying to cover the whole project. You can elaborate on these points on an individual basis. Use large enough fonts so people will not have to squint to read the material.
Headings of at least 48-point font and text at least 18-point font is helpful to readers. Readers will typically be three feet away from your poster.
Make your poster visually appealing. Be creative. Incorporate color. Use photographs, graphs, charts, maps, and the like. Be attentive to the layout and placement of your materials.
Simple handouts/brochures are an excellent complement to a poster session.
Consider having a pad of paper handy to allow visitors who have more in-depth questions or would like more information about your research to provide you with their contact information or provide you with their business card. You may also want to consider bringing business cards of your own to distribute.