|Guidelines for Special Interest Symposia|
A symposium is an integrated, interactive engagement between a panel of presenters and the audience. The focus of the discussion is a clearly identified theme that reflects an emerging issue in policy, practice or research. Participants will make presentations linking their perspectives to the theme, with ample opportunity for discussion. A nominated person will moderate this discussion. Symposia should be designed to run for 75 minutes including 45 min for discussion.
Proposals for symposia will be evaluated on the following criteria:
The Program Committee would be particularly interested in offers of symposia on the following issues:
Proposals will be required in the form of a 500-word paper outlining the format of the symposium and will be reviewed by the Program Committee.