November 3-5, 2020

ONLINE

Innovate Learning Summit Presentation Types

FULL PAPERS: Live or Asynchronous

Presentation time: 15 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. Live Full papers will be presented via online conference platform (e.g. Zoom.) Asynchronous Full papers will have the option to pre-record audio for their PPT slides, and are made available throughout the conference at AcademicExperts.org.


BRIEF PAPERS: Live or Asynchronous

Presentation 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.

Live Brief papers will be presented via online conference platform (e.g. Zoom.) Asynchronous Brief papers will have the option to pre-record audio for their PPT slides, and are made available throughout the conference at AcademicExperts.org.


POSTERS: Asynchronous Only

Presentation time: 15 minutes
Submission length: 2-6 pages (1250- 1875 words)
Proceedings length: 4-6 pages (1250-3750 words)

Poster sessions enable researchers and non-commercial developers to demonstrate and discuss their latest results and developments in progress in order to gain feedback and to establish contact with similar projects.

Poster proposals must include:

  • Description of the planned Poster/Demonstration; should emphasize the problem, what was done, and why the work is important

Posters will upload a PPT or either their single slide or a series of slides, and have the option to pre-record audio for those slides, and are made available throughout the conference at AcademicExperts.org.


INNOVATORS PLAYGROUND EXHIBITS: Live

 

Presentation time: 2 hours
Submission length: 1-2 paragraphs, Logo/Graphic & URL required with submission
Proceedings length: 150 words (published only in Conference online schedule)

Demonstrate and discuss your company’s products, services, developments, applications and research, inform the audience of your future directions, gain feedback, and establish contacts. Presentation rooms generally accommodate 250 people, exhibit-style.

Attendees can experience hands-on activity with the top creative and learning technologies in an interactive space.

Practitioners will share activities, tools, curriculum currently experiencing success using at their institution!

Exhibitors have the outstanding opportunity to connect one-on-one with 1,200+ decision makers and influencers from over 60+ countries in the field of education!

 


WORKSHOPS: Live

Presentation time: 2.5 hours
Submission length: 2-6 pages (625-1875 words)
Proceedings length: no pages

Workshops are intended to enhance the skills and broaden the perspective of their attendees. They should be designed to introduce a rigorous framework for learning a new area or to provide advanced technical training in an area. Submissions will be selected on the basis of the instructors’ qualifications for teaching the proposed Workshop and their contribution to the overall conference program.

Workshop proposals must include:

  • Clear description of the objectives
  • Intended audience (experience level and prerequisites)
  • Proposed length (3 hours or 6 hours)
  • 200-word abstract
  • 1-page topical outline of the content
  • Summary of the instructor’s qualifications

SYMPOSIA: Live

Presentation time: 1 hour
Submission length: 4-6 pages (1250-3750 words)
Proceedings length: 4-6 pages (1250-3750 words) for each paper

A Symposium is a collection of Full and/or Brief Papers on a theme that has been coordinated and led by the symposium’s leader(s). Each Symposium that is accepted will be allocated two adjacent hour-long slots in the conference program.

The Symposium leader should provide an abstract briefly describing the symposium and a submission file with the following sections:

  1. introduction that links the theme to the literature and its significance for the field of information technology and education, around 150 word abstracts of each paper,
  2. list of paper titles and authors, with their organizations, and countries in the order they will be presented and indicating which will be presented the first and second hours, and
  3. outline of how the symposium will be organized.

After acceptance, the Symposium coordinator will be asked to invite Symposium authors to submit their papers to a specific web site. Until then, authors should NOT submit their individual papers for the Symposium.

Contributing authors may choose to publish their papers in the Proceedings as a Full or Brief Paper. The Symposium abstract will only appear on the online conference platform.


VIRTUAL PAPERS

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In consideration of presenters who may be unable to present a live online session, Virtual Presentations carry the same validity (publication, certification, etc.) the live sessions.

Virtual papers are presented asynchronously throughout the conference, and presenters have the option to pre-record audio for their session slides.

Presentation time: 15 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.

All virtual sessions are presented asynchronously. Accepted submission authors will be sent instructions on how to record optional audio for their uploaded PowerPoint slides. This recording is encouraged but not required. Authors will also have access to all conference papers and PPTs via AcademicExperts.org. Virtual presenters are required to post an opening comment/question on their presentation page, and respond to attendee feedback during the conference week.