Guidelines for Abstracts, Papers, & Roundtable Discussion

Guidelines for Abstracts, Papers, Posters, Roundtable Discussions

ABSTRACTS

  • The abstract should include:

1.      title of the presentation (no more than 15 words).

2.      abstract text:

-       Please signify whether the abstract is for a full paper presentation, poster presentation or round table discussion.

-       The abstract text should be in one single paragraph of 200 words maximum and consist of: background information/context; aims and scope of the paper; methods and major findings (for empirical papers) or key issue(s) analysed/discussed in the paper (for theoretical papers); and implications and/or conclusions.

3.      key words (maximum 5).

  • The abstract must be submitted by 15 April 2016.
  • The acceptance of abstracts will be notified to the author(s) by 1 May 2016.

 

PAPERS

The paper must not exceed 5,000 words (including references and appendices) and should comprise these basic elements in the following order:

·         title (centred, upper case, 14 point Times New Roman, and preferably not more than 15 words)

·         author name(s),  affiliations, and email address of corresponding author in italics

·         abstract (1” margins on all sides, 10 point Times New Roman, and single spacing)

·         key words (maximum 5)

·         main text (12 point Times New Roman, APA citation style)

·         references

  • brief biodata of no more than 50 words

The full paper should be submitted by 15 June 2016.

Each full paper presentation will take 20 minutes plus 10 minutes for questions.

POSTERS

·         Posters should be at most 122 cm high x 92 cm wide (H=4ft, W=3ft), and are to be displayed vertically.

·         Adhesive tape will be provided.

·         Posters must be prepared in advance: supplies for this purpose will not be provided.

·         One of the authors should be at the poster for information and discussion during the time allotted for that particular poster session.

·         Each poster should have a title, the author's name, title, and affiliation.

 

ROUNDTABLE DISCUSSIONS

·         Author(s) will informally discuss their research, policy, perspective, and practice in ELT with a small group of interested attendees in 45 - 60 minutes.  

·         Author(s) should encourage and allocate sufficient time for all attendees to take part in the discussion.

·         No audiovisual equipment will be provided.

 

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