Before submitting to KUL
You can use the different contributions formats in different phases of the development of your teaching. For example, you can test an idea for the development of a course element in a round table discussion one year and return the next year with a workshop where you get collegial support in processing, for example, student activities for a certain learning goal. Eventually, when you have implemented the change in your course and have seen the results of the change, you can come back and present the results.
Before you submit your contribution, you are given the opportunity to book a meeting to discuss your ideas and get suggestions on how to continue.
You will find links that might be helpful in the writing process in the database ERIC
(education resources information center)After submitting to KUL
When your abstract is submitted, it will be reviewed in one or two steps (by at least two different reviewers). The review will follow the criteria specified for each format. Link to criteria
The contribution will either be accepted directly to the conference, or it will need further work to be accepted. The author(s) will get feedback on what to elaborate further for acceptance.
For those contributions in need of further elaboration, there is a workshop before the second submission. At the conference!
With the process described above, almost all contributions will be accepted to the conference. At the sessions, there will be time for questions and discussion, which most certainly will generate even more feedback!
Our hope is that the Keynote speaker and the other sessions will inspire to keep the collegial conversation going, even after the conference. After the conference
For those wanting to further develop their contributions, there is a possibility to get support for publishing. The divisions of Engineering Education Research and Language and Communication are supporting!