The “Spotlight on recognition” call for contributions is now closed. Authors of submitted proposals will be informed by 13 April whether their submission was successful.
The “Spotlight on recognition” call for contributions invites staff working in higher education and with responsibility for the recognition of qualifications, study periods abroad and prior learning to submit a proposal for a poster presentation showcasing good practice, new developments and projects in the field of academic recognition. Selected poster presentations will be presented at the “Spotlight on recognition” project conference on 13 May in Brussels, Belgium.
Potential topics for poster presentations include, but are not limited to:
All proposals for poster presentations are expected to relate to the conference theme and to stimulate interaction and discussion among participants, thus enhancing peer-learning and exchange. Authors of proposals should bear in mind the diversity of the audience members and should therefore focus on the transferability of results or practices to different contexts, in order to extend the relevance of their contribution.
Each poster presentation will be allocated a maximum of 10 minutes, including time for questions from the audience.
Proposals must meet the following eligibility criteria:
Please note that although the absolute deadline for submission is 7 April, proposals will be evaluated and selected on a rolling basis. An early submission is thus advised. Incomplete proposals or proposals submitted after the deadline will not be considered.Selection criteria
To be selected, contributions must meet the following criteria:
Furthermore, geographical diversity and a balance of topics will be taken into consideration when selecting proposals.Submission
If successful, selected proposals may receive feedback on how the proposal may be amended before presentation. It should also be noted that the selected presenters will be responsible for preparing, printing (in A1 format) and transporting their poster to Brussels, as well as for organising and covering travel to and, if needed, accommodation in Brussels. Conference attendance is free of charge.
All correspondence with applicants will be by email.