How to apply for the conference?
Please download the application form below and fill it in, including the following: name and affiliation, title of the presentation, preferred presentation form (oral presentation, poster, workshop, mini-seminar) – organizers reserve the right to suggest other form of presentation on the basis of the abstract (max 1000 words), short summary (max 100 words), keywords (max 5), bio note.
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Deadline for application expires on February 28th 2018.
How to prepare an oral presentation?
Each oral presentation is assigned a 20 minutes’ slot. Conference rooms are equipped with a PC with a projector which supports typical multimedia file formats (ppt, pptx, Google Docs, flash, avi, mp4, mp3, etc.). Each PC will have internet connection. The organizers want to ensure that the presentations fit their scheduled slots and to allow the participants to switch sessions, therefore please copy your files to the PCs during the coffee and technical breaks. That is also why the presenters will not be allowed to use their own equipment. If you are not sure whether your files will open on our equipment, please contact us beforehand.
Due to the extensive and loaded conference programme, we suggest the form of an oral presentation for presenting research results, while mini-seminars and workshops are suggested for presenting clinical experience (regarding both assessment and therapy).
How to prepare a workshop or a mini-seminar?
Target participants of workshops and mini-seminars include SLTs and students, therefore the issues taken up in these forms of presentation should be practical in nature. Each workshop/mini-seminar is assigned a slot of 40/60/90 minutes (the actual length of the workshop/mini-seminar will be suggested by the Organizing and Programme Committee after reviewing the proposals).
Workshops may take the form of a case study, sample assessment, addressing a given issue cross-sectionally, choosing a particular therapy plan, etc. The outline of the workshop/mini-seminar should include the aim of the presentation, short description of clinical experience mentioning theoretical background, and recommended literature, resources and materials. Activities engaging the participants will be very much appreciated (e.g. brainstorming, problem-solving, Q&A).
Conference rooms are equipped with a PC with a projector which supports typical multimedia file formats (ppt, pptx, Google Docs, flash, avi, mp4, mp3, etc.). Each PC will have internet connection. The organizers want to ensure that the presentations fit their scheduled slots and to allow the participants to switch sessions, therefore please copy your files to the PCs during the coffee and technical breaks. That is also why the presenters will not be allowed to use their own equipment. If you are not sure whether your files will open on our equipment, please contact us beforehand.
How to prepare a poster?
The max. dimensions of the poster are 594 x 841 mm. The poster should be of vertical orientation and may be either colour or black and white. The content of the poster should be visible from a distance of at least a few steps which will allow for it to be watched by a few people at once. Please make sure that the fonts are legible and that the content is displayed on the poster in a clear manner which facilitates readability.
The organizers suggest the following elements to be placed on the poster: title, authors and their affiliation, introduction (or summary), theoretical background, methods, results, discussion, conclusions, references.
However, final outline of the poster depends on the character of the presented research or clinical experiences.
How to prepare an article for publication?
Conference participants interested in publishing their papers in the special issue of the scientific journal Forum of Linguistics [Forum Lingwistyczne](vol. 10/2022). Articles written in English will be published in this language.Submissions are accepted via the Open Journal Systems (https://www.journals.us.edu.pl/index.php/FL). We welcome the submission of proposals by September 30th 2021 the latest. We use the system online first. The complete issue will appear at the end of 2022. All papers will be reviewed (double-blinded review).
Citations in the text should follow the referencing style used by the American Psychological Association (Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association, 7th Edition, 2020). More information at: https://apastyle.apa.org/products/publication-manual-7th-edition
After receiving two positive reviews and an initial editorial, the paper will be submitted for author editorial.