Spring 2017

Location TBA

Global Learn Presentation Types

FULL PAPERS

Full Briefs BestPracticesPresentation time: 25 minutes
Submission length: 6–10 pages (1875–4950 words); an abstract is not sufficient to be evaluated as a Full Paper.
Proceedings length: 6-10 pages

Papers present reports of significant work or integrative reviews in research, development, applications, and societal issues related to all aspects of the conference topics.


FULL PAPERS: JOURNAL PUBLICATION

Full Briefs BestPracticesFull Paper: Journal Publication accepted papers will be published both in the conference Proceedings and as an article in an AACE journal. A final version may be requested prior to journal publication.

Presentation time: 25 minutes
Submission length: 6-15 pages (2500-7400 words); an abstract is not sufficient to be evaluated as a Full Paper

Proceedings length: 6-15 pages

Papers present reports of significant work or integrative reviews in research, development, applications, and societal issues related to all aspects of the conference topics.


BRIEF PAPERS

Full Briefs BestPracticesPresentation time: 15 minutes
Submission length: 4-6 pages (1250-3750 words)
Proceedings length: 4-6 pages (1250-3750 words)

These papers are brief, more condensed presentations or work-in-progress projects.

The submission should clearly indicate:

  • what is going to be shown or demonstrated or offered;
  • the major aspects;
  • the context or motivation;
  • relevant URL’s or literature references.

VIRTUAL PAPERS

Global-Learn-Virtual-Participation

Presentation time: 30 minutes
Submission length: 4-6 pages
Proceedings length: 4-6 pages

Virtual Paper sessions enable research, developers, and practitioners to present and asynchronously discuss, via the conference website and online Discussion board, their latest results and developments in progress in order to gain feedback and to establish contact with similar projects.

These papers are brief, more condensed presentations or work-in-progress projects.  These sessions also may be new extensions to existing projects, newly initiated projects, and/or projects underway that include opportunities for additional partners.

Virtual Paper proposals must include:

  • Description of the planned Paper should emphasize the problem, what was done, and why the work is important

The submission should clearly indicate:

  • what is going to be shown or demonstrated or offered
  • the major aspects
  • the context or motivation
  • relevant URLs or literature references

To be included in the Final Program, accepted Virtual Presenters must register by the confirmation deadline and submit their PPT or PPTX (without audio or video) presentation file. All presentation files will be reviewed.

Accepted submission authors will be requested to record their presentation in Adobe Acrobat Connect using their uploaded PowerPoint slides.