Digital Posters and Virtual Papers #BuildingNewBridgesTogether

Digital Posters

What is a digital poster?

A digital poster is a digital image or motion graphic that displays relevant information, for example research findings, case study results, or systematized reflections on a subject matter for a selected audience. We would like to utilize digital posters in this conference/pre-conference to allow as many participants as possible to contribute to the debates and to share their experiences and expertise. 

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The best digital poster and virtual paper will be awarded on the Conference on the 25 June 2020. The voting will close on 24 June 2020 at 18:00 (CET).

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Virtual papers

What is a virtual paper?

A virtual paper is a document comprising insights on emerging areas, developments and works in progress, as well as smaller project descriptions related to the thematic tracks of the conference, that can be saved and shared electronically. We would like to utilize virtual papers at this conference/pre-conference to underline our commitment to the broadest possible inclusion of participants. 

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The best digital poster and virtual paper will be awarded on the Conference on the 25 June 2020. The voting will close on 24 June 2020 at 18:00 (CET).

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Mini-lecture (in-person)

This conference endeavours to ‘walk the talk' and to intertwine a themed discussion on ethics in higher education, in the light of the pandemic experience that we are traversing, with an innovative methodology. This consists of inviting seasoned experts who are knowledgeable about one or more fields of study to partner with an emerging educator, researcher or other professional of their choice, preferably of the opposite gender, to present a so called ‘mini-lecture' related to a particular thematic track proposed in the programme. Presenters of mini-lectures will have 10 minutes to shed light on one sub-topic. All mini-lectures will be offered on the day of the conference and only by invitation from the conference office.

Lightening Talk (in-person)

The lightning talk constitutes a good opportunity to share the main focus or salient results of your project and/or research with the conference audience using a vibrant, high energy, rapid fire format. Presenters will be limited to speak for a maximum of 5 minutes and preferably to abstain from using slides for their presentations. Lightening talks at the conference are by invitation only.