The 2015 poster session call for proposals is closed. If you submitted a proposal, you can view it here. The Call for proposals for the EAIE 2016 Conference will open in October 2015.
Poster sessions are a combination of text and graphics in a poster format based on a specific theme in higher education. The format allows participants to browse through the poster area, study the information and discuss it with the speakers during a 90 minute time slot. For the 2015 EAIE Conference in Glasgow, there are two themes: Innovation in higher education, and E-posters: new technologies in social media.
Innovation in higher education
This is a presentation of research, innovative ideas and new techniques or technologies being used to facilitate the internationalisation of higher education. Innovation in higher education poster session submissions will be assessed on the following criteria:
- Quality of content
- Relevance to the field
E-posters: new technologies in social media
Connect digitally with conference participants through an e-poster session. Present innovative ideas and new techniques or technologies which are being used to facilitate the internationalisation of higher education. Are you eager to show how your institution uses new technology for the best results? Speakers should use their own laptop to present their novel ideas and techniques. E-poster submissions will be based on the following criteria:
- Quality of content
Relevance to the field
When are they held?
16–18 September 2015
How long do they last?
Speakers are expected to be available for a 90-minute timeslot during the conference.
Who can participate?
All conference participants.
What does it cost?
All poster sessions are included in the conference participation fee There is no additional fee to be paid or additional registration required for those who wish to attend any poster sessions.
Who is involved?
One to two speakers who present and discuss their poster and their best practice examples with participants.
» Download the sample poster session proposal form