Roundtable Session

Submission Guidelines

During a roundtable session, participants engage in in-depth discussion/debate of a specific and cohesive topic of research, programme or practice. The organiser(s) of a roundtable is responsible for soliciting participants and must submit a session title, Abstract briefly describing the discussion for the roundtable as a whole and details of all participants. There can be upto six participants, and all participants must be in agreement that they will participate if the roundtable is selected. A chair should be selected as well.

You will receive a confirmation email after you submit your abstract. (An Example of the email confirmation: Thank you for submitting your Abstract. You will be notified later about acceptance of your Abstract).

Please indicate the type of submission you wish to make. Please submit all required information.

Presenters’ Guidelines

  • All programme presenters must register and pay for the Symposium.
  • Panels should include no more than four Abstracts or presentations in order to allow time for audience involvement in the session. All panels must have a chair who is responsible for ensuring that the session is successful.
  • Each panelist must abide by the time constraints. The moderator should leave at least 15 minutes at the end of the session for questions and answers with the audience.

By submitting an Abstract, presenters (a) make a formal commitment to present the work, if accepted and (b) declare that the content of their presentation(s) is original and does not infringe upon any copyright, proprietary, or personal right of any third party. ALL PAPERS MUST BE ORIGINAL WORK.

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Name of Moderator
First Discussant Details
Second Discussant Details
Third Discussant Details
Fourth Discussant Details