Information For Presenters

Submission of proposals is now CLOSED.

Thank you for submitting your proposals to iCTLT 2016. Congratulations to the successful applicants for their presentations to be included in the conference programme!

The following is some key information for the presenters:

  1. All main and co-presenters are required to register for the conference by 22 February 2016 at https://ictlt.com/registration_info/. Please note that registration must be done individually, in order for you to access the conference materials and a personalised schedule of conference activities.
  2. Please confirm the title of your presentation and upload your updated abstract by 22 February 2016 at http://ictlt2016.exordo.com/.
  3. In addition, please submit your presentation materials (in English) in PDF format by 4 March 2016. Submission guidelines for your presentation materials will be made available on 22 February 2016 in the Guide for Presenters
  4. Please read the Terms and Conditions before uploading your presentation materials
  5. Presenters are not required to submit their full papers.

We look forward to seeing you at iCTLT 2016.

Paper Presentation (30 minutes)

There will be one presentation in each meeting room for each Concurrent Session. Paper presentations are presented by one or more presenters. Each paper will be allocated 20 minutes of presentation time and 10 minutes of Q & A.

The following types of papers are accepted for submissions:
a) Completed Research Papers
b) Undergraduate / Postgraduate Research Papers
c) Case Studies
d) Work-in-Progress Reports or Proposals
for Future Research
e) Reports on Issues Related to Learning Design

Model Lesson (60 minutes)

Model Lessons are informative and interactive sessions suitable for the general conference populace especially teachers, school leaders, teacher-leaders, and researchers. An hour long, a Model Lesson comprises hands-on activities, demonstration, and/or discussion held in the meeting room. Model Lessons are held, at the same timeslots with Paper Presentations, during Concurrent Sessions. There may be one or more presenters per Model Lesson, facilitating and interacting with participants. Apart from on-site technological equipment provided by event organisers, presenters have to bring their own digital resources and/or devices required for optimal audience participation.

e-Poster Exhibition (30 minutes)

A novel concept introduced in iCTLT 2016 is the Electronic Poster (e-Poster). It utilizes a digital device(s) to display multimedia versions of the traditional printed poster. Differing modes/elements of visualization serves to enhance audience interest; i.e. multimedia content accompanied by/interspersed with static elements including titles, logos, and summaries; or by including dynamic visual elements like videos, slide shows, animated charts or graphs, scrolling text, or 3D rotation of a model. Each self-explanatory e-Poster is allocated a maximum of 3 minutes with content (i.e. a maximum of 15 slides) that is set to play automatically without any audio output. There will be two 30-minute poster sessions on Day 1 of the Main Conference for presenters to meet the audience. e-Posters should focus on how teaching and learning have been enhanced with technology. Interested presenters can find out more about creating e-Posters here.

 

Presentations and proposals must be submitted in English.

 

The event organisers will ONLY provide:

• Internet connectivity

• LCD projector and screen

• Microphone(s) and sound system

 

The proposal summary/synopsis (350 – 400 words) must be in English and should include:

  • specific and detailed title
  • statement of the purpose/objectives of the presentation
  • brief description of the study/practice providing context/background, methods/approach, summary of results (including analysis/limitations)
  • clear description of the deliverables for the audience

Download the complete Call for Proposal information in PDF format for easy reference.

 

Important Information for All Presenters

  1. Refer to the Guide for Presenters that contains key information for presenters. Please read it carefully.
  2. Read the Terms and Conditions regarding the submission of presentation materials carefully.
  3. Prepare your presentation materials (using the recommended Standard Presentation Template).
  4. Upload your presentations by 4 March 2016. (Refer to the Upload Materials Guide for the detailed steps.)
  5. Bring along your laptops and relevant accessories, needed for projection or usage by the participants during your presentation.
  6. Hard copies, if any, for distribution to conference participants should be provided by presenters.
  7. e-Posters will be put up by The Organising Committee at the conference venue on 29 March 2016.

Paper Presentation (30 minutes)

There will be one presentation in each meeting room for each Concurrent Session. Paper presentations are presented by one or more presenters. Each paper will be allocated 20 minutes of presentation time and 10 minutes of Q & A.

The following types of papers are accepted for submissions:
a) Completed Research Papers
b) Undergraduate / Postgraduate Research Papers
c) Case Studies
d) Work-in-Progress Reports or Proposals
for Future Research
e) Reports on Issues Related to Learning Design

Model Lesson (60 minutes)

Model Lessons are informative and interactive sessions suitable for the general conference populace especially teachers, school leaders, teacher-leaders, and researchers. An hour long, a Model Lesson comprises hands-on activities, demonstration, and/or discussion held in the meeting room. Model Lessons are held, at the same timeslots with Paper Presentations, during Concurrent Sessions. There may be one or more presenters per Model Lesson, facilitating and interacting with participants. Apart from on-site technological equipment provided by event organisers, presenters have to bring their own digital resources and/or devices required for optimal audience participation.

e-Poster Exhibition (30 minutes)

A novel concept introduced in iCTLT 2016 is the Electronic Poster (e-Poster). It utilizes a digital device(s) to display multimedia versions of the traditional printed poster. Differing modes/elements of visualization serves to enhance audience interest; i.e. multimedia content accompanied by/interspersed with static elements including titles, logos, and summaries; or by including dynamic visual elements like videos, slide shows, animated charts or graphs, scrolling text, or 3D rotation of a model. Each self-explanatory e-Poster is allocated a maximum of 3 minutes with content (i.e. a maximum of 15 slides) that is set to play automatically without any audio output. There will be two 30-minute poster sessions on Day 1 of the Main Conference for presenters to meet the audience. e-Posters should focus on how teaching and learning have been enhanced with technology. Interested presenters can find out more about creating e-Posters here.

 

Presentations and proposals must be submitted in English.

 

The event organisers will ONLY provide:

• Internet connectivity

• LCD projector and screen

• Microphone(s) and sound system

 

The proposal summary/synopsis (350 – 400 words) must be in English and should include:

  • specific and detailed title
  • statement of the purpose/objectives of the presentation
  • brief description of the study/practice providing context/background, methods/approach, summary of results (including analysis/limitations)
  • clear description of the deliverables for the audience

Download the complete Call for Proposal information in PDF format for easy reference.

 

Important Information for All Presenters

  1. Refer to the Guide for Presenters that contains key information for presenters. Please read it carefully.
  2. Read the Terms and Conditions regarding the submission of presentation materials carefully.
  3. Prepare your presentation materials (using the recommended Standard Presentation Template).
  4. Upload your presentations by 4 March 2016. (Refer to the Upload Materials Guide for the detailed steps.)
  5. Bring along your laptops and relevant accessories, needed for projection or usage by the participants during your presentation.
  6. Hard copies, if any, for distribution to conference participants should be provided by presenters.
  7. e-Posters will be put up by The Organising Committee at the conference venue on 29 March 2016.