We are looking forward to your submissions, which are going to be peer-reviewed. We expect an abstract of 300 words with a clear indication of the topic, problem, methods, results, and applications/implications.
Each workshop is 60 minutes. Presenters should involve participants in activities and discussions, and stimulate exchange of knowledge and their experiences. Please explain the need for the workshop and clearly indicate the types of activities and questions to be discussed.
Research paper presentations
Research paper presentations are 20 minutes, with additional 10 minutes allotted to questions and comments. Presenters are encouraged to clearly indicate the context, research question, methods, results of research, and its implications.
Teaching practice presentations
Teaching practice presentations are 20 minutes, with additional 10 minutes allotted to questions and comments. The proposals should address teaching-related designs or practical examples of writing activities and tasks, which are successfully used to teach faculty to prepare a publication in English. Contributors are encouraged to clearly indicate the context, problem and solution, audience, and learning outcomes.
Poster presentations can address both practical ideas and research results. Poster presentations will be on display throughout the conference. Presenters are encouraged to briefly introduce the posters and explain the details at the allotted time. If presenters want to distribute handouts, they are advised to bring them on their own. See the required format of poster presentations.
Each roundtable is 40 minutes. It should be focused on one topic/problem, which can stimulate a discussion and networking. Proposals should clearly indicate the problem, possible solutions or actions and include questions to be discussed. Presenter(s) should give a brief introduction to the topic followed by a discussion. Roundtable conveners are encouraged to leave five minutes to summarize the discussion at the end.