Best papers will be selected to be included in a special issue of Educational Media International (EMI), the ICEM’s refereed academic journal published by Routdlege (Taylor & Francis) and issued quarterly. It is covered by the British Education Index; Educational Research Abstracts online (ERA), Research into higher Education Abstracts; ERIC; EBSCO host; and Proquest Information and Learning. Priority is given to papers that reveal novel concepts of broad interest to the educational media community.
(Full papers up to 10 pages and Short papers up to 6 pages)
The papers will be presented and discussed in Parallel sessions, distributed accordingly with the Topics. Each presenter will have 15 minutes for oral presentation.
POSTER AND DEMO SESSIONS
(Summary up to 2 pages)
Displayed near the exhibition area for the duration of the conference.
(Summary up to 2 pages, detailing the content, format, length, limit of participants and specific requirements – room tipology, hardware, support material…)
Workshops can follow a variety of formats, providing teaching or training skills, ranging from mini-courses and seminars, to problem-solving and activity-based sessions, to hands-on practical work. These may be based on project experiences. Workshops can offer an opportunity for identifying common issues and developing ideas for further work within your education and media networks. The length of the workshops varies according to the format. Please choose the most appropriate length for your proposal from the options below:
• 120-minute workshop;
• 180-minute workshop;
• all-day workshop.
Keynote Speakers will be invited to discuss around the Conference topics.
The media festival will be organized with the collaboration from the students of the Polytechnic Institute of Santarém and with the local academic community, involving also local schools. Nevertheless, the contest will be extended to international community and advertised online