Submissions and presentations

Submissions are invited in the following categories:

  • Abstracts for Conference Days 1 and 2, of no more than 200 words.
  • Refereed Papers for Conference Days 1 and 2: Full article submission, including an abstract of no more than 200 words and length of 5-6 pages. These will be fully peer-reviewed.
  • Abstracts for Discipline Day Workshop.

Abstracts and papers must be formatted following the conference style guidelines.

The abstract or paper you submit for Conference Days 1 and 2 may be accepted as poster or oral presentation. This will depend on the number of submissions received and the topic of your submission.

Abstracts for in-person presentations will be prioritised over online presentations. Please provide details in the comment section when you make a submission whether you intend to present in-person or online. Online presentations will be conducted live via MS Teams.

Poster presentations will follow a Pecha Kucha format. If your abstract is accepted as poster, you will be required to present a short one-minute “sales pitch” of your poster.

Discipline Day Workshop presenters will be asked to indicate a time limit for their workshop (1, 2, or 3 hours) as part of the submission process.  Workshop presenters are required to provide their own Zoom or other platform link for their Discipline Day session.

Accepted abstracts and refereed papers will be published in the Conference Proceedings.