Presentation / Panel discussion

Each session will last 45 minutes including the presentations and discussion. Two presentations addressing a similar theme is followed by 15 minutes discussion and questions from the audience  You may propose a single presentation (we will pair it up with a similar one) or suggest to be paired with a colleague submitting a presentation related to yours.

Abstract should contain the following: a clear statement of the aim, description of activities, outcomes of the project, experience/learning gained, recommendations to others who would undertake a similar project, reference to literature.

Round table discussion

A round table discussion lasts 45 minutes, of which the introduction or presentation of the subject may be a maximum of 15 minutes and no less than 25 minutes for further probing and discussion. Focus should be on experiences, learning and further ideas from undertaking a Best-practice or SoTL-project, and on activate the participants.

Abstract should contain the following: a clearly stated aim and elaborated background to the theme of the session, making it possible for the participants to familiarize themselves with the questions being addressed.  Links to relevant literature is welcome. The abstract should end with the 2–4 questions that are planned to be addressed in the session.

Poster presentation

Posters should be in A0 or A1 and is easily ordered at the University staff web for visual identity. The posters will be displayed the whole day and presented by the author during the afternoon brake.

The University staff web for visual identity

Abstract should contain the following: a clear statement of the aim, description of activities, outcomes of the project, experience/learning gained, recommendations to others who would undertake a similar project, links to literature.

Workshop/ICT-workshop

Workshops/ICT (Informations and Communications technology)-workshops will be given a full 90 minute session. Explorations of themes related to research or practice while including a high level of creativity, innovative thinking, critic, active participation and planning of new and further activities/innovations.

Abstract should contain the following:  a short and detailed description of aim, background/problem and theoretical foundation together with clarified intended learning outcomes, a detailed description planned activities, including calculated time for each step.