Contribute to #SLTCC2019
The call for contributions to #SLTCC2019 is now open. We're looking forward to seeing what delights you might present.
Please submit your contribution using the Google form by Friday 29 March 2019.
The form asks for an abstract of 300 words. Abstracts of successful submissions will be quoted verbatim in the conference programme.
Note: please save a separate copy of the final version of your abstract to avoid potential loss of data.
Your presentation can be in one of the following formats:
- 45-minute workshop
- 10-minute presentation (with five minutes' Q&A)
- PechaKucha - a short presentation of 20 slides, each presented in 20 seconds
- A1 poster presentation - presenters will be expected to attend and discuss their posters at an allotted time during the conference.
Relevance to the conference title and areas of interest.
- Clarity of the proposal.
- Originality/innovation/impact of the idea or approach.
- Partnership work with students
All contributions will be reviewed and feedback given. All conference presenters are also invited to submit the content of their presentation or workshop in academic paper format for consideration for publication in the Solent Learning and Teaching Community journal, Dialogue.
If you have any questions about submitting to #SLTCC2019 or Dialogue, please contact Christel Pontin: T. 023 8201 6986, E: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Contribute to Dialogue: Volume 9
Dialogue is Solent’s annual learning and teaching journal, published in hard copy and online. Dialogue invites colleagues to submit research or theory articles, case studies, book reviews and opinion pieces to the editorial board for consideration.
All contributions should relate to aspects of learning and teaching. Guidelines for submission can be found here.
If you have any questions about submitting to #SLTCC2019 or Dialogue, please contact Christel Pontin by phone on 023 8201 6986, or email email@example.com.
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