H5P Con 2020 - Presentation formats
Visual Presentation 45 minutesThe classic. The speaker engages the audience in a longer presentation where the speaker is the centrepiece, underlining his/her points with visual aids.
Full research paper15 mins + 5 mins discussionAcademic paper presentation which will be subject to peer review. Accepted abstracts (300 words) will be given a 20-minute presentation slot on the program and the abstract will be published in the conference proceedings. If accepted, you will be invited to submit a full paper (6-8 pages) to be included in the distinguished Springer Verlag’s Lecture Notes in Computer Science conference proceedings series following the conference.
Working paper / project15 mins + 5 mins discussionThe working paper session format is ideal for those who wish to engage in informal, face-to- face discussions about their project with colleagues and other conference attendees. Accepted abstracts (300 words) will be given a 20-minute presentation slot on the program and the abstract will be published in the conference proceedings. We especially encourage the submission of ongoing and in-progress research and projects!
Tech Demo1 hourTech demos are the project-focused counterpart to working papers – ideal for those who wish to engage in informal, face-to- face discussions about their design with colleagues and other conference attendees. Demos will be featured as simultaneous display stands where delegates can wander and engage during set break times. Content can be submitted directly as tech demos (300 words) or will be hand selected from working papers / workshops based on peer review.
Ignite5 minutes + 10 minutes discussionA highly engaging, rapid-fire style, punchy 5-minute presentation. Featuring a lineup of fast and furious content that ranges from the comedic to the philosophical, from the kernel of an idea to the retrospective review of an idea or line of inquiry. Please submit an extended abstract (300 words) for review.
WorkshopUp to 2 hoursA single two hours session during which presenters engage the audience directly in the framing and analysis of a particular problem or concept. Workshops are highly participatory and include discussion and debriefing following the activities. Make things, build things, test things—the sky’s the limit!
Online ChallengeOpen to people from around the world for online submission. Even if you can’t attend you can still participate by submitting examples. The winners will be judged against criteria including accessibility, design, innovative use and innovative development of an existing or new H5P question type. The winners will be announced at the conference and presented a certificate and a prize.