Session Formats

The conference will include the following sessions:

Full papers:

6-8 pages. These papers meant for full presentation at the Conference will contain detailed descriptions of research, development, applications and other aspects related to the conference themes. A total time of twenty minutes will be given to the Principal author of the paper to highlight significant results and conclusions of the research work submitted, and include time for questions and answers. These papers can be optionally accompanied by a poster that will be displayed during the conference.

Short papers:

3-4 pages. These papers will be brief presentations of technologies developed, techniques used or results of research. A total time of fifteen minutes will be given to the Principal author of the paper to highlight significant results and conclusions of the research work submitted, and include time for questions and answers. These papers can be optionally accompanied by a poster that will be displayed during the conference.

Poster papers:

1-2 pages. These papers will be brief presentations of technologies developed, techniques used or results of research. Presentation of these papers will be during a poster session at the conference. These papers must be accompanied by a poster that will be displayed throughout the conference.

Tutorials:

These sessions will provide participants an opportunity to experience first-hand the research tools, techniques and results presented. Tutorial presenters are encouraged to create an interactive environment for participants to become familiar with design, strategies, pedagogies, data, and assessment associated with technologies that are used in the learning-teaching process. A two-page description of the tutorial must be submitted for review. The description must include objectives of the tutorial, presenter’s previous experience with the material, equipment needed, an outline of the content and a CV of the author(s).