Submissions for posters

All guidelines for oral presentation submissions apply for poster submissions as well, with one addition: Poster contributions for the exhibition and poster session during the conference may relate to one of the three conference topics or present the work of professional development and support centres, networks, institutions or projects with relevance to the overall conference theme.

Relevant professional development and support centres are particularly invited to present their work using posters (the conference will ensure that a platform for exchange among such institutions is provided).

A poster proposal should thus outline:

(1) How the poster relates to the overall conference theme;

(2) The work to be presented on the poster (who, what, etc.);

(3) From which perspective (e.g. country-specific, target group-specific, stakeholders, supporting institutions) it will address the topic; and if relevant,

(4) How the poster relates to one of the three conference dimensions (topics) (if not presenting work of a professional development institution)

You should prepare your poster for presentation at the conference in portrait format – and we strongly suggest using at minimum 23" x 33" (59cm x 84cm).

The text of your proposal for poster should be a maximum of two pages. You may use one additional page for such items as diagrams, figures and references etc.

Submission is closed. Authors will be notified by 20 June 2016 at the latest.


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