Call for abstract
You can no longer submit an abstract, the date has passed. This conference is only open to KTH personell.
Call for abstract
- Call for abstract: Opens on September 26th
- Deadline for submission of abstract: (December 1st) - extended to Dec15 - CLOSED
- End of review process: January 19th
- Feedback to the authors: January 23rd
- Optional: Full paper February 12th. Full papers will be published on the conference website.
Session formats available
The diversity of formats is designed to create a creative atmosphere and to allow and show different presentation styles. We have decided not to allow a contribution based on oral presentation only.
1, Poster - share your experience
Poster where readers can follow your idea / your good example and also get inspiration on how to use it in their own work. You will print your own poster.
2, Round table - share your experience
3 contributors within a similar theme will share 1 hour discussion on possible ways forward. The discussions will be lead by a pedagogical leader and each contributor will introduce his or her idea for 5 minutes.
3 Work in progress and/or Research paper
30 minutes of Educational dialogue with focus on how to proceed. Interactive activities, where listeners contribution to the conversation is as important as your own presentation. If you have a research paper, the paper doesn’t have to be finished. Introduction by the presenter will be made during 10 minutes.
45 minutes of workshop. The workshop are expected to involve active participation from attendees and there should be significant time for questions and discussions.
Guidelines for abstract
- Abstract of 300-400 words incl. references
- Specify up to 3 keywords
- Specify session format
Keywords for inspiration
E-learning, Generic skills, Teaching and learning in subject perspective, Course development, Examination, Student learning, Diversity/JML (Jämlikhet, mångfald och lika behandling), Work related learning, First year experience, Thesis, Pedagogical/Teaching tools, Sustainable development.
Consideration for proposals will be based on the following criteria
Relevance to the conference aims and themes.
What theories/methods/frameworks/models are you using, and why?
Reflective Critique and usefulness
What kind of critical/reflective evaluation you offer in your work.
Generalizability and usefulness to conference attendees.
Audience Engagement (not for posters)
What kind of opportunities you plan for active audience engagement throughout your session.
Potential to stimulate discussion.
If you have any questions: send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org