Guidelines for Abstract Submission 2020
Title: The title should be descriptive enough to give attendees a clear idea of what the session will address.
Content: early childhood research, regardless of discipline or methodology
Structure: background, method, results, discussion
Lenght: 250 words maximum
Keywords: indicate 3 keywords
Preferred Presentation Type:
Presenting authors can indicate their interest in a preferred presentation type for the abstract.
Oral presentation (15min = 10min + 5min discussion)
Oral presentations are followed by a discussion with the audience. The duration of each oral presentation is 10 minutes plus 5 minutes for questions and discussion.
Submissions should consist of an abstract (up to 250 words) including the aims, the methods, the results, and the discussion of findings. Figures and tables should be avoided. The abstract will be used for review purposes.
Oral presentations have to be in English.
Please note that inclusion in an oral is not guaranteed if selected as the preferred presentation type by the presenting author during abstract submission.
Poster presentations are interactive and open, giving researchers the opportunity to visualize their work and opportunities for interaction and discussion. Research at its earlier stages as well as more advanced research is suitable for poster sessions.
Submissions should consist of an abstract (up to 250 words) including the aims, the methods, the results, and the discussion of findings. Figures and tables should be avoided.
Poster presentations have to be in English.
Abstract submission deadline: 31st May 2020