iLRN 2020 Presentation Requirements and Materials Guidelines

The table below provides an overview/summary of the presentation requirements and materials to be submitted for each iLRN 2020 contribution/session format. Please use the links below to access guidelines and instructions for preparing and submitting the relevant types of material:

These links will help you prepare for your live session(s):

  • Preparing for your flash talk and moderated discussion
  • Preparing for your poster presentation
Contribution type Pre-recorded video Live session What materials need to be submitted by the Presentation Materials deadline?
Academic Stream – Full paper for oral presentation Required – 10 mins max. in Video Abstract format. May follow 30×20 PechaKucha format Presenter to give a 3-min flash talk (with one slide), then engage in ~45-min moderated discussion in the virtual conference environment with 2 other presenters
Academic Stream – Short paper for oral presentation Required – 7 mins max. in Video Abstract format. May follow 20×20 PechaKucha format Presenter to give a 2-min flash talk (with one slide), then engage in ~45-min moderated discussion in the virtual conference environment with 3 other presenters
Academic Stream – Short paper for poster presentation Optional – 7 mins max. in Video Abstract or 20×20 PechaKucha format Presenter/s to engage in informal conversations with visitors to their poster station in the virtual conference environment during the designated Exhibitions & Posters session
Academic Stream – Work-in-progress paper for poster presentation Optional – 7 mins max. in Video Abstract or 20×20 PechaKucha format Presenter/s to engage in informal conversations with visitors to their poster station in the virtual conference environment during the designated Exhibitions & Posters session
Academic Stream – Work-in-progress paper for doctoral colloquium Required – 7 mins max. in Three-Minute Thesis (3MT), Video Abstract, or 20×20 PechaKucha format During doctoral colloquium session (June 22): Presenter to discuss their work with other doctoral students and solicit feedback.

During main conference program (June 23-25): Presenter to engage in informal conversations with visitors to their poster station in the virtual conference environment during the designated Exhibitions & Posters session

Practitioner Stream – Oral presentation Required – 7 mins max. in Video Abstract, 20×20 PechaKucha, or another format of the presenters’ choosing Presenter to give a 3-min flash talk (with one slide), then engage in ~45-min moderated discussion in the virtual conference environment with 2 other presenters
Practitioner Stream – Poster presentation Optional – 7 mins max. in Video Abstract, 20×20 PechaKucha, or another format of the presenters’ choosing Presenter/s to engage in informal conversations with visitors to their poster station in the virtual conference environment during the designated Exhibitions & Posters session
Workshop N/A 2-hour session (or a 4-hour session broken into 2 x 2-hour parts) on a platform of the presenter’s choosing
  • Instructions for participants (where should they meet, what should they bring with them, what do they need to do in preparation for the workshop, etc.)
  • Slides for live session, if any
Special session N/A 30-min or 60-min session in the virtual conference environment – flexible format
  • Slides for live session, if any
Panel session N/A 60-min discussion in the virtual conference environment involving 4-5 panelists in total (including lead panelist/moderator
  • Slides for live session, if any
Immersive Learning Project Showcase & Competition Optional (embedded in or linked from WebXR room) Presenter/s to engage in informal conversations with visitors to their Showcase contribution/exhibit in their assigned WebXR room during the designated Exhibitions & Posters session

N/A – Showcase contribution to be assembled in assigned WebXR room by June 18, 2020