The Centre for Learning and Teaching invites you to take part in our ECUlture conference by submitting any of the following:
This conference provides members of the ECU community with an informal setting within which to showcase, discuss, recognise and most importantly encourage innovative practices in learning and teaching
|Call for Abstracts: Teaching Scholarship presentations, Professional Practice presentations and Posters||Now|
|Workshop: Design Your Own Conference Poster||Monday 9 September 2019, Register via Staff Development Calendar|
|Teaching Scholarship Case Study presentation abstract deadline||Monday 23 September 2019|
|Professional Practice Showcase presentation abstract deadline||Monday 23 September 2019|
|Poster abstract deadline||Monday 23 September 2019|
|Printed Poster deadline||Monday 23 September 2019|
|ECUlture||Monday 4 November 2019|
This year you are invited to submit an abstract for a presentation on a scholarly investigation or research related to teaching and learning in your field. Provide an overview of your investigation methods and outcomes or preliminary findings.
Presentations should be relevant to the theme of Celebrating an Internationalised Learning Culture and supportive of the ECUlture goals in relation to inspiring others through presentations and discussions of exemplary and innovative teaching and learning practice and research.
You are invited to submit an abstract for a presentation on your innovative teaching, application of best practice or even a demonstration of the use of technology in teaching and learning. Professional practice presentations should be relevant to the theme of Celebrating an Internationalised Learning Culture and supportive of the ECUlture goals in relation to inspiring others through presentations and discussions of exemplary and innovative teaching and learning practice and research.
Presentation duration will be 20 minutes (15 minutes presentation and 5 minutes questions).
As an alternative to a presentation, you may submit a poster.
Posters will be grouped together in open exhibition-style and authors will be asked to stand by their posters at a designated time (approximately 20 minutes during part of the lunch break) to explain and discuss them with conference participants.
Effective posters include large graphics and text that are easily seen from 5 metres. Fonts should be no smaller than 20 pt size. Be aware that photos, graphics or images need to be readable and clear. Posters should be size A1, full colour. Please bring your poster early on the morning of ECUlture to have hanging all day (or, alternatively, bring to CLT on Friday 1 November and CLT will hang the poster).
You can watch How to Create a Better Research Poster in Less Time video
After the conference posters can be picked up at ECUlture from 3.00pm or the next day from CLT in JO 34.538
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