40th Annual TED Conference

November 7-10, 2017
Savannah, Georgia

(Marriott Savannah Riverfront)

TED 2016 Conference

Co-Chairs:
Drs. Dee Berlinghoff (Dee.Berlinghoff@msmc.edu)
and Dawn Hamlin (Dawn.Hamlin@oneonta.edu)

Sessions

Single Paper:
Sessions are 50 minutes in length. Single paper sessions may have one or several authors.

Multiple Papers/ Panel Presentation: Sessions are 50 minutes in length and may be program descriptions or qualitative/quantitative research papers. This presentation format provides focus on significant issues representing a strong, unifying theme and includes a discussant and opportunities for audience participation.  A multiple papers/panel presentation typically consists of a chair, speakers, and a discussant, all arranged by the lead author, prior to submitting the proposal for review.

Interactive Paper: Sessions are 50 minutes in length and allow maximum interaction among presenter(s) and participants. Presenters develop posters that provide a brief overview of their work and facilitate discussion with participants. Poster specifications will be provided upon acceptance.

Conversation Session: Sessions are 50 minutes in length, use a round table format, and are led by a single presenter. Presenters provide a brief introduction and specific talking points to facilitate the conversation. Conversation sessions allow for maximum participation by table participants to discuss the topic presented.

Pecha Kucha is a fun and innovative presentation method in which 20 slides are shown for 20 seconds each (six minutes and 40 seconds in total). These slides rely heavily on pictorial representations to convey content. The name Pecha Kucha comes from Japanese: ペチャクチャ, and is loosely translated as “chit-chat.” It is pronounced pe-cha-ku-cha (i.e., as written) with equal stress on each of the 4 syllables. For more information about the presentation format go to: http://www.pechakucha.org/faq