We now welcome proposals from all graduate students across the University of Windsor campus who have a research interest in the field of education and submissions that can fit into our conference theme of Integrating (New) Knowledge.
Please use the following template to submit your proposal with the submission tool below. A 300 word abstract, as well as a session outline will need to be included.
Proposal Template: Proposal Template
The deadline for proposal submissions has been EXTENDED to Friday February 7, 2020.
Once we’ve returned your submission, it is time to revise your presentation. The peer review process will include feedback and, possibly, specific suggestions for each submission. Carefully review the notes given and prepare your presentation accordingly.
Please note you may be asked to take reviewers’ feedback into account, and to revise and resubmit your proposal before a final decision is made.
It is time to create your presentation! Get creative and have fun.
Please keep in mind that if your proposal is selected you will be required to:
Research sessions should discuss applied research findings or explore innovative practices and programs. Interaction and participant engagement are key elements of these conference sessions, though there may be elements of more traditional presentations as well.
Roundtables provide opportunities for authors to share their research, perhaps in its earlier stages, in an informal setting, using a conversational approach with friends and colleagues who may be interested in your research topic. Accepted papers will be grouped into tables of approximately three presenters. Each presenter will be assigned to a table, and each table will have a chair to facilitate participation. Each presenter will have 12-15 minutes to present, with a 5-8 minute question period following each presentation.
Given the informal structure of the roundtable presentation, audio/visual equipment will not be provided.
Posters are a vibrant way to showcase research findings, innovative practices, and programs. To emphasize the value and importance of posters as a way to disseminate information, network with others interested in similar topics, and access rich feedback, an award will be presented for the best poster. Although posters should be self-explanatory, presenters must be in attendance during the time allocated to the poster presentation. We strongly encourage interactive, creative, and innovative approaches to poster presentations.