You may submit presentation, workshop and poster proposals (two, A0 format posters) for EWAE.
You may be the first author of maximum two presentations, and serve once as a chairperson or a respondent at a symposium. One presentation may have maximum five co-authors.
- Please register under the JOIN sub-menu on the conference web page.
- You receive an e-mail acknowledging your registration for the e-mail address that you provided.
- Please re-enter the website and upload your abstract under the JOIN sub-menu, under the section “For participants”.
- After uploading your abstract, you will receive an acknowledgement by e-mail.
- From 10 May 2017, look for reviewers’ comments under the section “For participants”. If you are the first author of the uploaded presentation or the chairperson of the symposium, you will be notified about the availability of the review by e-mail.
- Accepted presentations appear in the program. All registered participants will receive an e-mail about the publication of the workshop program.
Abstracts (short summaries of the presentations) may be between 2500 and 7500 characters, including references. There is extra space for the title, the authors and the Acknowledgements section. Please do not include your name in the text of the abstract as it prevents blind review.
Information to be provided when uploading abstracts:
- the title of the presentation
- the name(s) of authors
- e-mail address(es) and institutional affiliation(s)
- minimum 3, maximum 5 key words
- indication of the genre of the presentation: theoretical or empirical (educational practice oriented)
- acknowledgements (information about grants or other forms of support), not obligatory
Your presentation will be included in one of these thematic areas:
- Drama and theatre education
- Music and dance education
- Visual arts and media education
- Interdiscioliary arts education
- Child and youth culture
Paper sessions are oral presentations of four papers, followed by a discussion with the audience. It is important that empirical papers have data and results, or they will not be accepted. Research that is at an earlier stage is very suitable for Round Table or Poster sessions. Theoretical papers, of course, are welcome.
Paper sessions are scheduled for 90 minutes. Four presenters are given 15 minutes presentation time followed by five minutes for questions. At the end of all presentations there is a 10-minute open discussion.
Interactive poster sessions involve five or six posters, visually presenting research studies. A short oral presentation of about 5 minutes for each poster is given to an audience gathered as a group. After the authors’ brief presentation, an in-depth discussion between them and the audience follows. The poster sessions offer researchers the chance to present their work in a visual format and offer more opportunities for interaction and discussion.
Poster sessions are scheduled for 90 minutes, following the format above. Materials for fixing posters on the walls or poster boards will be provided.
Symposia provide an opportunity to present research on one topic, often from multiple perspectives, compiling a coherent set of papers for discussion. Symposia sessions are directed by a chair, involving four presenters and one discussant, from at least three different countries. We recommend that each individual submission is checked for its own quality and its relevance and coherence to the topic of the symposium prior to formal submission to EARLI 2017.
A symposium is scheduled for 90 minutes, allowing 15 minutes presentation time per speaker, ten minutes for the discussant, and 20 minutes for open discussion.
Interactive panel sessions offer opportunities for a more discursive exploration of research issues. This may well involve discussion of work in progress. The presenters explain their research and research issue, and invite the participants to help to discuss emerging data or to solve a research issue or problem. Round table sessions will take place in seminar rooms with a board-room style table. Three to five presenters will explain and discuss their research one after another.
Panel sessions are scheduled for 90 minutes.
Workshops allow presenters to display, explain and familiarise users with a potentially useful teaching or research tool or method. The presentation may include references to completed research, but the point of the session is to demonstrate the tool, not present the research for criticism. The audience may offer their viewpoints and share their experiences with similar tools or different tools for the same purpose.
Workshops are scheduled for 90 minutes.
ICT Demonstrations allow presenters to display, explain and familiarise users with a potentially useful teaching or research tool or method. The presentation may include references to completed research, but the point of the session is to demonstrate the tool, not present the research for criticism. The audience may offer their viewpoints and share their experiences with similar tools or different tools for the same purpose.
ICT Demonstrations are continuous events at the exhibition.