Workshop Proposal  

Please include following guidelines/ requirements in your workshop proposal

  • Workshop Title
  • Purpose/ objective
  • intended participants, activities, and outcomes
  • Workshop facilitators and their affiliation(s) with short bio-sketches
  • Relevance to main conference theme (and sub-themes, if any)
  • 3-5 keywords/ phrases

(Note: Make sure (1) the world limit of your workshop proposal is 500-600 words, and (2) you complete your workshop activities in an hour and the half.)

Paper and Poster Presentations  

Please include following guidelines/ requirements in the abstract of your paper/ poster presentations

  • A title, indicating the issues/subjects being discussed
  • A brief context of the paper or poster showing a clear connection with the conference theme (and subthemes)
  • Purpose of the presentation
  • Key theories, approaches, and/or methodologies informing the study
  • Possible implications
  • 3-5 keywords/ phrases

(Note: Make sure the word limit of your abstract for paper and poster presentation is 350-500 words) 20 minutes (15 minutes for presentations and 5 minutes for questions) will be allocated for paper session. Dedicated poster sessions will be included within the program where presenters can discuss their work with interested participants.

Abstract/Proposal Selection

We expect diverse, innovative and creative presentations of the paper or poster. Please ensure your abstract meets these requirements:

  1. Does the abstract title describe the subject being written about?
  2. Does the abstract make a clear statement of the topic of the paper and the research question?
  3. Does the abstract capture the interest of a potential reader of the paper?
  4. Is the abstract well written in terms of language, grammar, etc.?
  5. Does the abstract engage the reader by telling him/her what the paper is about and why they should read it?
  6. Does the abstract say how the research was/is being undertaken?
  7. Does the abstract indicate the value of the findings and to whom will they be of use?

Adapted from HELTASA2017 (i.e. )