The ICSE 2019 invites Abstracts for Research Papers, Case Studies, Reports, and Poster/Demo Proposals related to the themes of the ICSE. The abstracts received will be reviewed by a panel of experts and acceptance of their presentation as a full paper or poster will be informed. All the accepted abstracts will be published in an abstract volume. Presented papers will be published in a reputed peer reviewed journal after the conference.
- Submission of Abstracts closes: 15th July 2019
- Acceptance notification for submitted abstracts: 15th July 2019
- Submission of full papers / posters: 16th August 2019
Themes for ICSE 2019:
- Sustainability education in the school education system
- Case Studies
- Teacher’s training
- Use of new and emerging technologies in Sustainability education
- Sustainability education in non-formal system and extracurricular activities
- Good practices
- Case Studies
- Building Sustainability education framework within the context of Climate Change Education, Environment education and education for sustainable development
- Sustainability education in the institutional framework
- Principals and teachers conclave
- Media and Sustainability education
- Sustainability education within the national education policies
- Analysis of policies, curriculum and pedagogy
|Paper length||Abstract: less than 800 words within 2 pages
Full paper: within 12 pages, including references, tables/ charts and keywords
|Key words||3-5 words|
|Font||12-point Times New Roman|
(Top : 2.54cm , Bottom: 2.54cm; Left : 3.18cm , Right: 3.18cm)
Guidelines for Parallel Sessions
- The conference has a total of 16 slots available for Parallel sessions (Side Events/Workshops) on each day (9th and 10th Sept). Each of which will be for 90 minutes.
- Each of these workshops on specific themes will have a who is responsible to:
- (a) Develop the concept and detailed agenda of the workshop
- (b) Identify a chair and a rapporteur of the workshop, a key note speaker plus 2 or 3 additional speakers, and
- (c) Ensure the smooth conduction of the workshop.
- Each parallel session must closely relate to the overall theme of the conference, in the context of SDG 4.
- Each parallel session must produce a one-page document, in the form of a narrative text or in bullet – points, summarizing the most important results of the event to be presented during the concluding plenary of the conference.
Guidelines for Oral Presentations
- Presenters of accepted papers should provide presentations in advance either by manual or in person on the first day of conference.
- Presentation should be prepared in Microsoft PowerPoint version 2003, 2007 or 2010.
- Preferred page set-up is landscape orientation (portrait orientation will not be displayed correctly).
- Use standard Windows fonts only (Arial/Times New Roman).Try to avoid use of non-standard Windows fonts or language specific fonts.
- Please use the “insert image from a file” functionality from PowerPoint (format JPG or PNG).
- PowerPoint embeds image files directly into the file when you save them, while video files are not embedded. Only a link is made to the video file. Copy the video clips you want to insert into the same folder as the PowerPoint file.
- All PowerPoint slides and other files for presentation must be submitted via email or we Transfer or at site in the Preview Room located at the entrance ofeach hall (refer the program schedule), 1 hour prior to the start of the presentation’s session.
- The following media formats will be accepted in the Preview Room: CD-R and CD-RW, DVD+-R, USB Pen Memory Drive.
On-site Check in and Support
- Each session room will be staffed with an AV technician who will assist in starting each presentation.
- Please check in at the Preview Room to ensure that your presentation is success fully uploaded. The computers in the meeting rooms are the same as the computers in the Preview Room.
- The Preview Room will be available everyday from 01 hour prior to the scientific presentation schedule.
- Once the presentation is launched, the speaker will control the program from the podium using a computer mouse or the up/down/right/left keys on a keyboard.
- Changes in the presentation type, day, time assigned to your paper cannot be made.
- In case you are not able to present, you may request for a Substitute Presenter. The Substitute Presenter must be a co-author of the paper, must be able to discuss all aspects of the paper data, and must be registered for the conference. Send your request to firstname.lastname@example.org.
- The poster title, author(s)'s name(s) and affiliation(s) should be placed at the top of the poster.
- The poster size should be 4 feet (height) and 3 feet (width) (4 X 3).
- Use large font, such as font size 36-48 for section headings and font size 20-28 for text.
- There is a designated location for poster presentations close to the conference rooms.
- Poster presenters are responsible for mounting and removing their posters themselves.
- Posters will be available for viewing throughout the conference and must be taken down the days which will be fixed on the scheduled program. Poster presenters are asked to mount their poster after registration and be available for discussion at their posters during the formal poster sessions.
- Please be advised that both oral & poster presentations must be conducted in English only.
Terms and Conditions
- Late submissions will not be accepted
- Plagiarism and self-plagiarism are strictly prohibited
- Submissions that do not meet/ follow the conference submission rules and format will be returned for modification