Round Table format is intended for a single presentation by one person or a small group.
- A round table usually involves three or four short, linked contributions. It is proposed and submitted by one person. Up to FIVE other people can be named as co-authors in the proposal.
- The proposer must indicate on the Proposal Form which of the named authors will be contributing. All those attending must register for the Main Conference and/or PreConference.
- The proposer is responsible for communicating with any co-authors and with the EERA Office about the proposal.
- Normally one hour is scheduled to enable each contributor to speak for 5–10 minutes, then there is discussion. Sometimes most of the time is given over to discussion. Exceptionally, 90 minutes will be allowed.
- The session is managed by the contributors.
Abstracts for Papers, Posters, Research Workshops and Roundtables - 400-600 words
The proposer needs to fill in the online submission form which will ask for title of the contribution, names and institutions of contributing authors and for who will be presenting the proposal.
In order to evaluate the academic quality of the proposal the following information needs to be provided:
- Description of the paper – e.g. topic, research question, objective, purpose, value, conceptual or theoretical framework, state of the art
- Methodology or methods/research instruments or sources used
- Conclusions or expected outcomes or findings
- References (including own publications)
You may find it helpful to prepare your text in a Word document and copy-paste it into the online submission form. Remember to always save your data before leaving the system!
The conference management system will send a confirmation email each time you have successfully entered or changed data. Please use English!