Author info for KTH SoTL 2019
Here are the guidelines for submitting an abstract to KTH SoTL 2019. Good luck!
Abstract submission period
*New* for 2019
To improve the conference and to consider the requests from the partcipants, we have made the following changes.
- The possibility to submit an abstract in Swedish.
- Changed the number of words in the abstract to 200-700.
- Arranging the conference with sessions and lunch in the same building (KTH Library).
- Updated the review process in a number of ways.
Presentation - 20 minutes Guidelines for Presenters (pdf 117 kB)
Workshop - appr. 45 minutes Guidelines for Workshop (new version) (pdf 64 kB)
Poster - Guidelines for poster (pdf 70 kB)
Guidelines for abstract
The abstract should include 200-700 words including the following headlines. There is no specific theme for the conferce.
- Background and purpose
- Work done/work in progress
- Results/observations/lessons learned
- Take-home message
Upon submission of abstract, select 1-3 of the following keywords.
Assessment, Course development, Cross disciplinary courses, Digitalization of education, Diversity in the classroom, Doctoral education, First-year experience in higher education, Internationalization, Pedagogical teaching tools, Peer learning, Project-based learning, Student engagement and motivation, Student learning, Sustainible development, Teaching and learning in higher education.
The result of the assessment will be announced as follows
Each abstract will be reviewed by two members of faculty at KTH as a double blind process. When the abstracts have been reviewed, the authors will receive a notification if an abstract has been declined, accepted with revision or accepted as is, including comments.The KTH SoTL team takes the final decision based on the reviewers assessment and recommendation.
If your abstract is accepted with revision you'll need to revise it following the deadline above. You'll find a link to your abstract in the email confirmation you received when you submited the abstract. It's only the corresponding author who has the possibility to update an abstract.
Consideration for proposals will be based on the following criteria:
|Planned work, work done||The proposal describes what has been done/is planned in an exemplary fashion.||The abstract describes what has been done/is planned in an acceptable way.||It is not possible to deduce what has been done/is planned from the abstract|
|Innovative, inspirational||The work described in the abstract seems to be highly innovative/inspiration in the context of higher education at KTH||The work described in the abstract seems to be somewhat innovative/ inspiration in the context of higher education at KTH.||The work described in the abstract does not seem to be innovative/inspiration in the context of higher education at KTH.|
|Theory, models, framwork, reflected practice||The work described in the abstract seems to be strongly linked to theory/models/frameworks/reflected practice.||The work described in the abstract seems to be somewhat linked to theory/models/frameworks/reflected practice.||The results/lessons learned are not clearly described.|
|Results, lessons learned||The results/lessons learned are described in an exemplary fashion||The abstract contains acceptable language, structure and clarity.||The results/lessons learned are not clearly described.|
|Language, structure, clarity||The abstract is very clear and well-structured with exemplary use of language.||The abstract contains acceptable language, structure and clarity.||The abstract lacks structure and clarity and has poor use of language.|