Submissions should indicate preference of presentation formats as follows:
Paper Presentation (20 minutes)
Presenters will conduct formal oral presentations, and share the session with two-to-three other presenters on similar topics. Each presenter has 20 minutes for their presentation. A short time will be reserved at the end of the session for questions and summarization.
Panel Presentation (90 minutes)
A group of papers on similar themes or research issues are proposed as a complete session. Those presenting within this option should submit a group proposal involving up to three presentations. A recommended discussant should also be named in the proposal. A panel presentation should take 45 minutes, with the remaining 45 minutes allocated for discussion.
Poster Presentation (90 minutes)
These sessions will provide an opportunity for the author to display information on their initiatives and achievements in the field. In this format, presenters talk informally with participants who come to their boards.
Resource Sharing Workshop (90 minutes)
An interactive session that allows active involvement of participants throughout the presentation. The workshop should engage the audience in sharing collaborative expertise in one or more of the Conference Themes. The session may be problem-based or have an interdisciplinary or cross-cultural focus.
Flipped Classroom Discussion Session (90 minutes)
Before coming to the session, participants should have watched/read the presentations. In the session, the presenter(s) shall act as facilitator to engage participants actively in the discussions to see how the content can be applied to individual contexts. The session may be problem-based or have an inter-disciplinary or cross-cultural focus.