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Overview of Materials for Presentation

A video is required for all papers to be published. Other requirements for each conference track are presented in the table below.

VIDEO FILE POSTER IMAGE GOOGLE SLIDES
ACADEMIC STREAM - FULL PAPER 10 min max. No No
ACADEMIC STREAM - SHORT PAPER 7 min max. No No
ACADEMIC STREAM - WORK-IN-PROGRESS PAPER (POSTER) 5 min max. Yes Optional
ACADEMIC STREAM - DOCTORAL COLLOQUIUM 7 mins max. No No
PRACTITIONER STREAM - ORAL PRESENTATION 10 mins max. No No
PRACTITIONER STREAM - POSTER PRESENTATION 5 mins max. Yes Optional

Guidelines for videos

We request authors use this resource to describe their work in ways not possible in printsuch as providing a guided tour through immersive learning experiences while highlighting relevant aspects of the XR and immersive learning space from the learner's perspective, experimental methods, instruments, data, context for the study, and key findings and context of the work.

We highly encourage you to take cues from or use the PechaKucha format (20 slides x 20 seconds) using imagery (videos, pictures) as much as possible, using text and figures as lightly as possible, and insofar as you are able following the Video Abstract sequence, to use storytelling techniques to create your presentation for the Conference. Your video must begin with an iLRN title slide displayed to 5 seconds of silence, and end with a final slide displayed to 5 seconds of silence.

No copyrighted content may be included in your videothis includes music, images, and video. By submitting your video you warrant that you own the material in the video and that you consent to iLRN publishing it under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike (CC BY-NC-SA) license.


Suggested sequence for the Academic Stream:

1. Intro and Background/Related Work

Introduce the research problem and use clearly legible font in your video if possible to state your research question/s and relevant research perspective or framework under investigation. Use visuals to represent the research problem space as well as you caninfographics, archetypal examples of the research space being investigated; seminal literature useful for framing your work; what is most interesting about your research?

2. Immersive

Show and describe the approach your work takes on the concept of "immersive" whether through challenges (flow, engagement, stimulus, etc.), narrative (absorption with the story, sense of presence, agency, embodiment, etc.), or degree of subjective impression of being in a place (via augmented audio-visual elements, instrumented environment that reacts to users, displays and headsets,haptic feedback, etc.).

3. Learning

Demonstrate or highlight the connections to learning, training, or education that the research inquiry underscores or makes explicit. If there is assessment associated with the learning experience,please make clear to the audience how that fits within the research inquiry.

4. Method

Tell your audience about how you carried out your investigation; using what instruments or technique; following what procedure or process.

5. Findings and Implications/Recommendations

What was found (or, in the case of Works in Progress,what do you hope / expect to find?) and what are the implications?

6. Conclusion and Future Directions

Given this work, what do you hope or plan to do next? What other research issues or areas interconnect with this study that the audience may find of interest? Try to connect your research to a body of work within the XR-for-learning field or suggest creative connections that you see may be of interest to the viewer.

Guidelines for posters

iLRN 2022 will have physical (at Vienna) and virtual poster sessions. Posters from both sessions will be collected digitally to be placed in the Virtual Campus Expo Hall. Authors from the physical session are invited to participate (present or attend) in the virtual poster session.

Your poster must be in the form of a single image containing a visual display of your work, which will be displayed in an exclusive booth.

Ensure your digital poster image complies with the following specifications.

  • Dimensions (W x H): 1500 x 1500 pixels
  • Transparency: None
  • Acceptable image formats: JPEG or PNG only
  • File name: For Academic Stream posters, the filename should consist of the ConfTool submission ID ONLY and nothing else (e.g., 103.jpg or 103.png). For Practitioner Stream posters, use the first presenter's last name (e.g., Smith.jpg or Smith.png)
  • File size: No larger than 2 MB


Physical poster presentation

Physical poster presenters are required to prepare a physical printed poster for the poster session. The size of the poster should not exceed 84.1 x 118.9 cm (A0 format).

These posters will be displayed at a circulation space as part of a poster presentation session, when presenters will stand next to their poster, fielding questions and potentially talking through its contents.


Virtual poster presentation

For the virtual poster session you will be expected to station your avatar in the booth and engage in dialogue with conference delegates about your work during a designated poster session.

Optionally, you can create a Google Slide deck to be placed in your booth to complement your poster. Poster presenters aspiring toward a Best Poster Award are strongly encouraged to make use of this opportunity to creatively incorporate different media types into their poster display. If you choose to create a slide deck, we recommend you embed the video on one of the slides.

For the Google Slide deck, the URL, when entered into a web browser, must display the slides in Presentation Mode, beginning with the first slide. (Hint: Replace "edit" in the URL with "present" and remove "?slide=XXX" at the end. The URL should look something like this: https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/XXXXXXXXXX/present )

Submission instructions

All digital materials for presentation at iLRN 2022 are collected using the form linked below.

Video

Upload the MP4 file to a folder on Google Drive (or NiHao Cloud if you are in China and unable to use Google Drive), ensuring that you set the permissions to enable public downloading. Important: We must be able to actually download the MP4 file, not just watch the video in a browser. 

Checklist for video submission

The video...

  • ...includes no copyrighted content
  • ...is within the respective time limit (see table above)
  • ...begins with the iLRN title slide displayed to 5 seconds of silence, and ends with a final slide displayed to 5 seconds of silence.
  • ...is in MP4 format
  • ...is uploaded to a file sharing system so that you can provide a link and it can be downloaded


Digital Poster

Upload the JPEG or PNG image file and the MP4 video file (if any) to a folder on Google Drive (or NiHao Cloud if you are in China and unable to use Google Drive), ensuring that you set the permissions to enable public downloading. Important: We must be able to actually download the files, not just view them in a browser.

Checklist for digital poster submission

The digital poster...

  • ...has a size of 1500 x 1500 pixels
  • ...is named as described above (ConfTool Submission ID or presenter's last name)
  • ...is in JPEG or PNG format
  • ...is no bigger than 2MB
  • ...is uploaded to a file sharing system so that you can provide a link and it can be downloaded


Submission

In the form, please enter the URLs from which your video and/or poster file can be downloaded. The URLs must point directly to the JPEG/PNG and MP4 files themselves and not to folders or to pages on which the media are embedded. Please test to make sure that when the URL is entered into a web browser, the download begins immediately without any further user intervention (i.e., no need to click on anything further).

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