Lecture — Detailed Instructions
A lecture is a presentation that describes the current status of a topic — an issue, problem, or question. The lecture presentation may include the history of the topic, theoretical perspectives, methodology, currently accepted principles or research findings, and opportunities for future application and research. The purpose of a lecture is to provide the audience with an introduction or current status report on the topic and its potential for application and future research.
The proposal submission website will have fields for entering the following required information.
Time: 50 minutes
Participants: an individual presenter; may have co-authors
Title: Limit title to 90 characters including spaces.
Principal author: Name, highest educational degree, email and complete mailing address, cell and work telephone numbers, institution/business affiliation, and Division 48 membership status
Co-authors: Highest educational degree, e-mail address, institution/business affiliation, and Division 48 membership status.
Summary statement: A declarative statement of 25 words or less describing the substantive core question, finding, conclusion of the lecture. This may be a tentative statement subject to revision for the final presentation.
Supporting summary: Statement of 250-500 words describing the colloquium.
Citation: Suggested APA form citation of the proposed colloquium omitting bold or italics formatting. The title may be of any length.
Accommodations: Indicate any accommodations for a physical disability that would facilitate your participation (e.g., ramp to head table, hand-held microphone, flexible microphone, table microphone, lavalier microphone) or scheduling limitations due to religious constraints.
- Presenter should provide the audience with a handout including a bibliography including key references.
- Presenter should use appropriate slides or other audio-visual support for the lecture.
- A revised submission with proposed citation, updated brief summary, and supporting summaries should be submitted by February 20, 2018 to be included in the conference procedings. Additional information will be provided.