Submission Guidelines

Submission Guidelines

Proposals should be submitted as MS Word doc files, through the online submission form.


FULL PAPER PROPOSALS

Full Paper Proposals should not exceed 9 A4 pages, including figures and references, using the Author Guidelines.
 

Presentation time and format: Presentation - 25 minutes
Submission proposal length 7 pages minimum, 9 pages maximum. An abstract is not sufficient to be evaluated as a Full Paper Proposal.
AV equipment provided PC, Projector, Internet

Papers present reports of significant work or integrative reviews in research, development, applications, and societal issues related to all aspects of the conference topics.

SHORT PAPER PROPOSALS

Short Paper Proposals should not exceed 6 A4 pages, including figures and references, using the Author Guidelines.

Presentation time and format Presentation - 15 minutes
Submission proposal length 4 pages minimum, 6 pages maximum.
AV equipment provided PC, Projector, Internet

These papers are brief, more condensed presentations or workin-progress projects.


POSTER PROPOSALS

Poster Proposals should not exceed 5 A4 pages, including figures and references, using the Author Guidelines.

Presentation format Authors of posters accepted for presentation will be required to prepare a max. A0(1189mm*841mm) size poster for display.
Submission proposal length 4 pages minimum, 5 pages maximum.

Posters are condensed presentations of projects (or work-in-progress projects).


PRE-CONFERENCE WORKSHOP PROPOSALS

Pre-Conference Workshop Proposals. Individuals and groups are invited to offer pre-conference events, which will offer participants opportunity to engage in professional exchange in interactive settings. We invite a range of events varying in content, aim and structure (e.g. sessions devoted to learning about specific concepts, methods or techniques, or to furthering our knowledge and understanding of inclusion through group discussion and problem solving). Use the Workshop Guidlines and Author Guideliens to provide a thorough description of the theme, the presentation structure and speakers. The Pre-Conference Workshop Proposals should cohere with the conference theme “Innovations with Digital Learning for Inclusion (D4L)”. These events/workshops are scheduled for the morning and afternoon of November 18th (the main conference program will begin in the morning of November 19th).

Delivery time and format 2-hour event, or 3-hour event
Submission proposal length

4 pages minimum, 6 pages maximum (written with the reader of the conference proceedings in mind, who may be reading the description after the written event has taken place).

• The format can be flexible, but the proceedings description should include:
Title of event
• Organizers' names and backgrounds
• Theme and goals
• Theoretical background and relevance to field and conference
• Expected outcomes and contributions

AV equipment provided PC, Projector, Internet

These pre-conference workshop proposals are brief descriptions of participatory and interactive events between workshop-holders and participants. They should be designed as collaborative knowledge-building sessions on a focused issue, where participants actively work together e.g., analysing data, discussing design criteria or collaborating on a research project

SHOWCASES AND DEMONSTRATIONS

Showcases and Demonstration Proposals should not exceed four A4 pages, including figures and references, using the Author Guidelines

Presentation forma Presentation/Poster/Other
Submission proposal length 4 pages minimum, 6 pages maximum, including:
• Title
• Short description
• Summary of novel characteristics
• Features to be demonstrated
• Statement of significance within a selection of conference themes
AV equipment provided PC, Projector, Internet

Web address, to access the demo, or visual aids (e.g. screen-shots) are welcome.

DOCTORAL CONSORTIUM PAPER PROPOSALS

Doctoral Consortium Proposals (for Ph.D.-track) should not exceed 9 A4 pages (similar to full papers), including figures and references, using the Author Guidelines.

The Doctoral Consortium will take place in conjunction with the 1st D4Learning International Conference: Innovations with Digital Learning for Inclusion (D4L), to be held November 17 - 20, 2015 - Aalborg, Denmark. The D4L Doctoral Consortium will provide an opportunity for graduate students to explore their research interests in an interdisciplinary workshop, under the guidance of a panel of distinguished experts in the field. The Doctoral Consortium on Innovations with Digital Learning for Inclusion is intended to bring together Ph.D. students within the field, to discuss their research in an international forum. More precisely, the Doctoral Consortium will provide students with an opportunity to:

  • Present their research work in a relaxed and supportive environment
  • Receive feedback and suggestions from peers and experienced faculty members
  • Gain an overview of the breadth and depth of the field of designing innovations with digital learning for inclusion
  • Obtain insight into directions for research on innovations with digital learning for inclusion, taken by other doctoral candidates
  • Discuss concerns about research, supervision, the job market, and other issues
  • Network with peers and future colleagues.

Members from the Doctoral Consortium Advisory Board will comment on each presentation and at the end of the consortium there will be a general discussion, including a reflection about current and future research topics in the area. Thus, Doctoral Consortium, addressing innovations with digital learning for inclusion, will promote scholarship and networking among new researchers in this emerging interdisciplinary area, and will expose promising young researchers to the larger global community.

Presentation time and format Presentation - 15 minutes presentation
Submission proposal length 4 pages minimum, 9 pages maximum


The submission proposal should include:
• Research problem
• Outline of objectives
• State of the art
• Methodology
• Expected outcome
• Stage of the research

AV equipment provided PC, Projector, Internet
Doctoral Consortium requirements and rules

The Doctoral Consortium forum is open only to Doctoral Students who have started their research, and who commit themselves to the following set of rules:
• Each paper must be presented by the student
• Submissions will be judged mainly on relevance, originality, significance, technical quality and clarity.

Registered (doctoral consortium) papers will be included in the proceedings of the conference and the papers must be presented at the venue.

Notice
The expenses of attending the conference (travel, accommodation and conference fee) are the responsibility of the author(s) or presenter (s) of accepted papers. The D4Learning International Conference: Innovations with Digital Learning for Inclusion (D4L) does not offer funds to assist prospective authors.

Contact
Would you need further assistance, do not hesitate to contact the Conference Secretariat at d4l@learning.aau.dk

See the AUTHOR GUIDELINES here

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