UKASFP Conference - 11th to 12th July 2019
Call for Papers
Call for papers - Please submit your proposals via the online form.
We have received some wonderful ideas for this year’s UKASFP conference, following our ‘call for ideas’. We are now asking for people to firm up their ideas into concrete proposals, and we would love to hear from people who have not been in contact already too.
We want to develop a conference ethos that is both collective and interactive. We welcome submissions from groups of two or more, and whether you are submitting as an individual or a group, we want what you offer to have a strong interactive element.
We also want to encourage submissions from people who have something to share - some research, a project, an idea - that doesn’t immediately lead to interactive activity. We will then have an option of bringing such submissions together into coherent groupings, to enable discussion and the cross-fertilisation of ideas.
Space and time will be made available for poster presentations too, where people can interact around your poster and your ideas.
Here is what you can offer - we would like submissions to relate to our theme of “HOPE, in conversation and/or action”, as far as possible.
One hour long and interactive - skills-based or discussion-based
10-20 minutes long, so you can tell the audience about something - research or evaluation, a project, an idea… - we can group talks together and provide a chair to facilitate discussion
This format is also designed to share information, here with the visual focus of a poster, which people can discuss with you, rather than a verbal presentation
If you have another idea that does not fit any of the above, please let us know.
If you want to submit more than one proposal, please fill in a different form for each. We will be looking at proposals as they arrive and will let people know as soon as we are able to whether theirs has been accepted. Rather than have a closing date, there will be an element of ‘first come first served’, so do submit as early as you can.
If there is not the space to accommodate a proposal as requested, we will be happy to discuss other possible formats for presenting or facilitating your work.
Please submit your proposals via the online form.
If you have any questions or queries, please contact Guy Shennan and Rob Black at: email@example.com