Parallel Paper: 20-minute presentation and Q&A. This format provides an opportunity to explore a topic or research project in some depth.
Lightning Talk: 10-minute presentation and Q&A. This format provides an opportunity to showcase short research projects and case studies and to receive feedback and questions about your work.
Show & Tell: 5-minute presentation followed by an opportunity for delegates to have 1-1 discussions with presenters.
Workshop: an interactive 60 minute session which involves the audience participation throughout the session
Talent Show: This session is ideal for presenting projects, demonstrating technology or pitching ideas. Participants have 3-5 minutes to demo their concepts. Between 5-7 “acts” perform before the audience is asked to vote on their favourite
Poster Presentation: This format provides an opportunity to showcase visually short research projects or case studies.
Oral Presentation & Poster Submission Requirements
- The working language of the Conference is English. All presentations (oral and poster) must be delivered in English
- Submitted abstracts, full papers and/or posters may be published in print and/or online after the conference
- The Conference Programme Committee may, at its discretion, move an accepted submission into another presentation type or thematic category to ensure continuity of the Conference programme
- When notified of acceptance, presenters are required to confirm their offer by registering for the full residential conference by 5pm (GMT), Friday 24th February 2023 or they shall be removed from the programme
- Parallel papers and lightning talks should be a practically based presentation on a completed or current project that showcases the conference theme of Sense and Sustainability: Environmental, Economic and Social Sustainability in Libraries
- Presenters may be required to participate in panel Q&A sessions at the end of plenary or parallel sessions
- Presenters may be recorded for live streaming. A recording of their presentation and a copy of their slides may be published online after the conference
- Parallel papers may be included in either plenary or parallel sessions. The Programme Committee may, at its discretion, move an accepted submission into another category to ensure continuity of the conference programme
- Presenters are required to submit the final version of their presentation by Midnight (GMT) Sunday 21st May 2023. Please note it will not be possible to facilitate last minute changes
- Presentations for parallel papers, lightning talks and show & tell papers should be created in MS PowerPoint, MS Sway, or PDF
- Poster presenter(s) are expected to be available during the allocated poster session time(s) on the Conference programme
- The poster should be of A1 portrait size and professionally printed. Posters should not be mounted on rigid backing as they will be displayed on poster boards
- Please note all expenses for design and printing are the responsibility of the presenter(s)
- At the conference it would be ideal to have a leaflet/brochure of your poster to give to delegates
- The final version of the printed poster should be submitted as a PDF file for publishing online post-conference
- Poster presenters are required to submit the final version of their poster presentation by Midnight (GMT) Sunday 21st May 2023. Please note it will not be possible to facilitate last minute changes
Notification of accepted papers
Notification will be sent to authors by Monday 13th February 2023. It is the responsibility of the corresponding author to communicate the outcome with other members of the presenting team.
For accepted papers, presenters are required to accept their offer by registering for the full residential conference by 5pm (GMT), Friday 24th February 2023 or they shall be removed from the programme. Queries may be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org