Poster, Paper, & Workshop Submissions
Submissions for lsgsc 2018 are now closed. IF YOU SUBMITTED A PROPOSAL FOR THE 2018 CONFERENCE, YOU CAN VIEW IT HERE.
We invited 500-word abstracts as proposals for posters or papers and 500-word plans for workshops.
The LSGS Conference is a place to share and workshop new and in-progress research. Please submit work you have not shared anywhere else before. The deadline for submitting proposals was July 13, 2018.
A poster highlights work that is in progress or completed about a topic related to learning sciences. Posters are displayed during a poster session. The poster session will be split so that poster presenters have opportunities to both present their work and view other posters. Posters should be oriented horizontally with a width of no more than 4 ft and a height of no more than 3ft.
A paper presentation discusses work that is in progress or completed about a topic related to learning sciences. Presentations should last approximately 10 minutes, with 5 minutes for questions. Attendees will include fellow presenters along with other attendees at the conference. The goal of presentation sessions is provide feedback and offer insights on developing or completed work.
While PowerPoint/Keynote/Slides presentations are not necessary, visual aids are helpful. We do not advise using videoconferencing during presentations (i.e., Skyping in an author may result in poor audio).
A workshop should feature interactive discussion of a learning sciences topic or skill. Workshop attendees should expect to gain a new skill or new perspectives through hands-on activities. While workshop hosts do not necessarily need to be experts, they should feel comfortable facilitating activities for other attendees.