To maximise the accessibility and asynchronous interaction between attending researchers, we kindly ask you to create your presentations materials. Please find the information and guidelines for your respective presentation below. Make sure to share your materials with us within the given time frame as we will require some time to set up all presentations and interaction spaces. We are excited to receive your work and to meet you at the conference this August!
We kindly ask you to record a 20-minute video of your paper presentation. This is to ensure a smooth flow between presentations and to minimize the potential mishaps due to internet connection issues. Please find here these helpful guides from vICIS 2020 regarding how to record a video of your presentations using Powerpoint or Zoom. Please include an opening and closing slide, providing information such as your title and contact details. Feel free to include any further materials you wish to share.
Please make sure to send us your materials before August 6th! See below for the options we recommend for sharing your material with us.
For poster presentations, the main requirement is to create and send us your poster, suitable for the live poster sessions in Gather (including a thumbnail version, see guide below). We, furthermore, highly recommend you to record a 5-minute video allowing asynchronous interaction with interested researchers during and after the conference. Feel free to include any further materials you wish to share.
Please find here a comprehensive guide from the Photonicsonlinemeetup on how to create a poster suitable for Gather . Furthermore, here you can find really helpful guides from vICIS 2020 regarding how to record a video of your presentations using PowerPoint or Zoom. For the video, please include an opening and closing slide, providing information such as your title and contact details..
Please make sure to send us your presentation materials before July 31st! See below for the options we recommend for sharing your material with us.
Sharing your presentation materials
Please save your files following this template: “SubmissionNumber_FirstAuthorLastName_MaterialType(poster/posterthumbnail/video)”.
Please send your materials to email@example.com. We recommend any of the following, free options to securely share somewhat bigger files with us, if necessary:
Tresorit – This is an advanced yet free file sharing platform. Using Tresorit, you can better control your files after sharing them as well. The secure and reliable file sharing platform lets you share files up to 5 GB. Here, you upload your files and receive a link that you can send to the recipient’s email address. If you choose to add a password, make sure to also share that in your email! Otherwise, the recipient will not be able to access your material.
Lufi – This is a file hosting platform that lets you share your files easily. When you upload files on the Lufi instance, they are encrypted before being uploaded to the server. For sharing your files through this hosting software, you are not required to register yourself. Here, you upload your files and receive a link that you can send to the recipient’s email address. If you choose to add a password, make sure to also share that in your email! Otherwise, the recipient will not be able to access your material.
WeTransfer – One of the popular file-sharing platforms which is free and requires no registration. It is known for its simplicity and ease of sharing files with people around the globe. For sharing the files, you can select the files, and then you just enter the email address of the recipient as well as the sender. If you want, you can customize a message for the recipient for their convenience for a better interpretation of the data or any instructions that you may want to add.
There will be a limited number of merit and needs based fee waivers available. A separate application can be sent by email after receiving a notification of acceptance on April 30th. A more detailed instruction on how to complete a fee waiver request will be included in the acceptance email.
We invite abstract submissions relating to any aspect of infant and early child development including perceptual and cognitive development, early language development and social development (prenatal – 4 years old). We will also consider abstracts reporting on later (preschool) development with relevance to understanding infant development.
There are two types of submissions: oral presentation (20–minute pre-recorded video + 10 minutes time for questions) and poster presentation (5–minute pre-recorded video and a virtual poster). There is also a dedicated poster session (Special Poster Session) for early-career researchers (Msc / PhD students) to showcase their research ideas which may or may not contain any preliminary data.
Please submit abstracts (max 300 words – excluding references) by April 1st (extended deadline: Thursday, April 8th), 2021 through EasyChair. For more information about the submission process, please see this submission guide. If you wish to submit graphs or figures with your abstract, please use this submission template to submit your abstract at the end of the page.
If you have any queries regarding abstract submission, please refer to LCICD 2021 Submission Process or contact us on firstname.lastname@example.org
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