NERA Conference 2023 15. – 17. March Oslo

Digitalization and Technologies in Education – Opportunities and Challenges  

Second call for papers

Deadline November 15, 2022.

Submission opens after October 15, 2022.

Submission through the conference website

Abstract text

A NERA proposal for presentation must be written in English.
The abstract should be 300-500 words incl. references and should include the following:

1. Research topic/aim
2. Theoretical framework
3. Methodology/research design
4. Expected results/findings
5. Relevance to Nordic educational research

Presenting two papers is the maximum allowed at the NERA 2023 Conference. The schedule will be set by the organizing committee – it will not be possible to consider requests for a specific presentation time or day.

Presentation types

Choose one of the following types of presentation:

Organized symposium

An organized symposium session builds on a theme and is proposed and planned by a symposium organizer. The papers focus on a common theme. A symposium has a chair (often the organizer) and one or more discussant(s), who have read the papers in advance. The conference organizers decide how many symposia are feasible at the conference. The symposium organizer will decide how the symposium is to be organized and the time allotment for each presentation. It is recommended that at least two different countries/national perspectives must be represented in the symposium. The organizer of the symposium is responsible for submitting the symposium proposal including all the following elements:

1. The title of the symposium
2. An abstract describing the entire symposium 300-500 words)
3. Names of the contributors, titles of their presentations and each of their abstracts (300-500 words)    

Paper presentation
Paper sessions consist of a presentation and a discussion of papers about ongoing or completed research projects. The time frame for each paper presentation is 20 minutes including discussion. In each parallel session, a maximum of four papers will be presented (in sessions with three papers, the time for each paper will be 25 minutes including discussions). Abstract proposals for paper presentations should be 300-500 words.

Poster presentation

Poster sessions offer a more informal opportunity to present a project visually, on a poster, rather than orally. Poster presenters should expect to meet participants during the poster session – to maximize interaction between participants and presenters. The abstract proposal (300-500 words) must describe the focus of the poster. Posters should be A0 size, portrait layout (84.1 cm wide × 118.9 cm high).

Roundtable discussion

A roundtable session is a forum for presenting and discussing developmental work, research plans, research in progress, practitioner experiences, educational improvement initiatives, issues in institutional effectiveness and improvement.

The organizer of the roundtable discussion should submit a roundtable proposal including all of the following elements:

1. The title of the roundtable discussion
2. An abstract describing the entire roundtable (300-500 words)
3. The names of the contributors and each of their abstracts (300-500 words each)

The abstract proposal must describe the focus and purpose of the session and ways in which participants will be engaged.

Deadline for abstract submission is midnight on November 15, 2022.

Submission opens after October 15, 2022.

Submission through the conference website

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