Paper Presentation 2015

Paper Presentation 2015

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You will need to prepare the following information:

  • Give presentation title.
  • Provide list of presenters, including all names, titles, organization/institutional affiliation, contact information, and whether or not a member of IVLA.  Please designate which presenter is the key contact.
  • Give a 50 to 60 word abstract suitable for inclusion in the conference program.  Be sure to include the purpose, session outcome, and intended audience.
  • Indicate whether your proposal is appropriate for K-12 teachers.
  • Indicate whether you would consider presenting in another format than the one you request.
  • Give no more than 3 relevant keywords or phrases describing your work.
  • Indicate the media to be used. Computer (PC), data projectors and screens will be provided. Internet access is also provided. All other equipment should be supplied by presenters.
  • Provide a max 500 word description based on your paper’s focus (research, theory, or practice).
    • If you are submitting a research-based proposal, the description should include significance and purpose of the research, research question(s) or problem(s), methods/procedure, results, conclusion, and references.
    • A theory or practice proposal could be an extended literature review, a case study, a narrative, or a demonstration. The description should include the significance of the work, the questions raised, the practice or findings (if appropriate), and conclusions reached.
  •  If related to K-12 teaching, the description must include how the topic relates to K-12 curriculum standards, what teachers in the sessions will be doing (active, hands-on sessions preferred), and what teachers will take away from the session (handouts, products they have created, lesson plans, rubrics, visual literacy resources, etc.). Please indicate the grade range most appropriate for your topic (e.g., K-12, elementary, middle, high school).

Research

If you are submitting a proposal for a research-based session, provide a minimum 400 to maximum 600 word description, including significance and purpose of the research, research question(s) or problem(s), methods/procedure, results, conclusion, and references.

If related to K-12 teaching, please indicate the grade range most appropriate for your topic (e.g., K-12, elementary, middle, high school).

Theory/Practice

If you are submitting a proposal for a theory or practice-based paper presentation, provide a minimum 400 to maximum 600 word description detailing the specific visual literacy topic(s). Extended literature review, case studies, narratives, or demonstrations could be a possible form of this presentation. The proposal should describe the significance of the work, the questions raised, the practice, and conclusions reached.

If related to K-12 teaching, the summary must include how the topic relates to K-12 curriculum standards, what teachers in the sessions will be doing (active, hands-on sessions preferred), and what teachers will take away from the session (handouts, products they have created, lesson plans, rubrics, visual literacy resources, etc.). Please indicate the grade range most appropriate for your topic (e.g., K-12, elementary, middle, high school).

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