More Opportunities to Participate in ICER 2015! Posters, Lightning Talks, Work-in-Progress
Want to give a lightning talk or present a poster in Omaha, August 10-12 to spark discussion or discover possible collaborations? Keep reading!
Lightning Talk Application Deadline: June 15, 2014 (submission details below)
ICER 2015 — International Computing Education Research Conference
University of Nebraska, Omaha
August 10-12, 2015
What is a Lightning Talk?
Lightning Talks are strictly timed 3 minute presentations intended to further expand the ICER community and spark discussion among conference participants. The intent is for these talks to provide a venue in support of new ideas and newcomers to our community. Lightning Talks are a great way to get early feedback on a work in progress, to demo a new tool or technique, and to find potential collaborators at other institutions.
What is a Poster?
Posters are a new way for ICER attendees to present early results, gain feedback from conference attendees, find collaborators on a topic, and/or spark discussion among conference participants. The intent is for these posters is similar to lightning talks in that they provide a venue in support of new ideas and newcomers to our community.
Can I do both – give a Lightning Talk and have a Poster?
Absolutely! New this year, Lightning Talk presenters may elect to present a poster in conjunction with their lightning talk to provide additional information to curious parties and help foster post-lightning talk discussion.
Note: Work already being presented at ICER (i.e., accepted papers, doctoral consortium submissions) is ineligible for the lightning talks or poster sessions.
Submissions for consideration as lightning talks should use the provided MS Word template and are limited to a maximum of 300 words. Abstracts should be submitted no later than June 15 to Leo Porter at email@example.com for consideration. The template can be found at:
Are there additional opportunities to receive feedback on a work in progress?
If you are interested in an interactive feedback session after ICER, you may also want to check out the Works in Progress Workshop:
Please let me know if you have any questions!
Assistant Teaching Professor, Computer Science
University of California, San Diego