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Presenter's Guide and Presentation Format

(Please note, this information is only required once your abstract has been accepted for presentation).

Authors may submit their presentation in any of the following formats. We strongly encourage you to submit a PowerPoint Presentation with audio whether or not you submit an article. You may also submit both and both will be available to participants. Submissions must be emailed to:

We recognize that many of you may be participating in an online conference for the first time. If you require any sort of assistance with your PowerPoint Presentation or set-up, please do not hesitate to contact us. We are here to help you every step of the way!

POWERPOINT PRESENTATIONS (We encourage the use of audio in your PowerPoint presentations).

Please use a PC rather than a Mac to create your PowerPoint slides with audio to ensure compatibility with the online conference software.
  • To record a voice narration, you need a sound card, microphone, and speakers.
  • Authors may use any template, but do not include animation. Before adding voice, prepare your PowerPoint Presentation.
  • Authors must record a voice narration to accompany their slides.
  • To do this procedure, you'll need a microphone.
  • On the Slide Show menu, click Record Narration.
  • A dialog box appears showing the amount of free disk space and the number of minutes you can record.
  • If this is the first time you are recording, do the following:
  • Click Set Microphone Level, and follow the directions to set your microphone level.
  • Do one of the following:
  • To insert the narration on your slides as an embedded object and to begin recording, click OK.
  • Advance through the slide show, (press enter or click the mouse to move forward) and add narration as you go.
  • At the end of the show, a message appears.
  • To save the timings along with the narration, click Yes. To save only the narration, click No.
  • A sound icon appears in the lower-right corner of each slide that has narration.


  • When you run the slide show, the narration will automatically play with the show. To run the slide show without narration, click Set Up Show on the Slide Show menu, and then select the Show without narration check box.
  • Because you can't record and play sounds at the same time, while you're recording the narration, you won't hear other sounds you inserted in your slide show.
  • Please ensure that your first slide includes your name, affiliation and title of the presentation.
Movie TutorialView an Online Tutorial if you are including audio.
You will only need to view slides 1-7 in Part I entitled "Use the PowerPoint Record Narration feature."


Some of you may also wish to submit an article. Articles should report on original research or present an original framework that links previous research, educational theory, and teaching practices. Full-length articles should be no more than 7500 words in length and should include an abstract of no more than 200 words.

  • Articles should be submitted in word format.
  • 1" margins
  • TITLE All upper case, centered and bold.
  • Leave 2 spaces after the title type the abstract single-spaced under a heading in upper case titled ABSTRACT
  • Leave two more spaces and begin paper
  • Paper should be single-spaced, 12 font Times New Roman
  • Indent new paragraphs
  • No page numbers
  • References APA format


  • Abstract up to 300 words
  • URL must be provided as we will be linking to the author's site directly. We will not be placing poster session information on our site directly but will link from our site to an existing site.Submissions must be emailed to:






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