PRESENTATION FORMATS

EAPRIL is one of the most interactive conferences out there! On this page you can find more information on the presentation formats scheduled at the EAPRIL 2017 Conference, as well as guidelines that may support you in preparing your presentation.

FORMATS

PresentAndDiscuss


PRESENT & DISCUSS (30')

Present and Discuss Sessions allow presenters to present their research and findings in an in-depth manner. These presentations are individually submitted and have already data and results to present. Click here for guidelines to prepare your presentation.

Symposium


SYMPOSIUM (90', 3 contributions)

Symposia provide an opportunity to present research with their results on one topic, often from multiple perspectives, compiling a coherent set of three papers for discussion. Click here for guidelines to prepare your presentation.

Poster Session


POSTER SESSION (90')

A poster communicates the main ideas, objectives, results and conclusions of an ongoing research project. After a short presentation of each poster, the delegates can walk around, ask questions or start an in-depth discussion with the presenters. Click here for guidelines to prepare your presentation.

 

Workshop


WORKSHOP (90')

In a workshop presenters can demonstrate a tool that has been developed through research, show a new teaching method as a result of the project or illustrate collaborative inquiry strategies used in research. Learning-by-doing, hands-on experience, and engaging in in-depth active learning are crucial in a workshop. Click here for guidelines to prepare your presentation.

Case Study


CASE STUDY (60')

The practitioner is invited to present a case from practice while paying attention to the factors which have made it successful as well as identifying the bottlenecks and challenges. Afterwards, an in-depth discussion about the case takes place. Click here for guidelines to prepare your presentation.

Round Table


ROUNDTABLE SESSION (30')

A roundtable session offers the chance to discuss your on-going project or the results, experiences or future directions of a finished research project with other practitioners (-researchers) during an in-depth discussion. Click here for guidelines to prepare your presentation.