When you submit your presentation proposal, there are various session types you can choose from, depending on your needs and preferences as a presenter. Whatever your choice, make sure that your presentation is dynamic, aiming at stimulating your audience’s interest and engagement.
Showcase your best practices and show your audience how you carry them out. Your proposal should focus on the illustration of your technique as well as its implementation, with only brief mention of its theoretical background.
RESEARCH-ORIENTED PRESENTATION(45 min.)
Showcase your research and its relation to theory and/or practice. Your proposal should include an overview of a your topic, your research question(s) as well as your findings and their implications.
DISCUSSION-ORIENTED PRESENTATION (45 min.)
Lead a roundtable discussion on a MOBILLE topic that you are passionate and knowledgeable about. Your proposal should include an up-to-date review of your topic, talking points to stimulate a discussion, indicating how you intend to engage your audience.
DIGITAL POSTER PRESENTATION (1 hr. 45 min)
Project your work on a interactive whiteboard and discuss it with participants. Your proposal should include an overview of your topic as well as a description of the poster layout, focusing on how you are going to make visually engaging.
WORKSHOP (1 hr. 45 min.)
Lead a professional development session with hands-on activities that stimulate audience participation. Your proposal should include your goals for this session, a brief theoretical overview and a description of tasks you intend participants to fulfil.
VIRTUAL PRESENTATION (max: 15 minutes)
If you are unable to attend in person but still wish to give a presentation, you can do so by making your own video and uploading it on the conference website (make sure you comply with the requirements listed in the ARCHIVES section). Your proposal should include a synopsis of your topic and a description of how you intend to present it in your video.