Conference Format

Overview

The conference focuses specifically on research activities in English Language Education carried out by academics/teacher trainers, English language teachers, as well as postgraduate and undergraduate students.

The MIRCELE ONLINE 2020 will see researchers from the following categories submit extended abstracts and e-posters for review and feedback from a panel of experts:

  1. Academics/Teacher Trainers
  2. English Language Teachers
  3. Ph.D. Candidates
  4. Master’s Students
  5. Undergraduates/Pre-service Teachers

How do I participate as a presenter?

You will belong to one of the following categories:

  1. Academics/Teacher Trainers
  2. English Language Teachers
  3. Ph.D. Candidates
  4. Master’s Students
  5. Undergraduates/Pre-service Teachers

Your intention is to share a research project that you have completed, or present a project which is on-going with some initial findings.

The content of what you wish to share must be presented in an extended abstract and e-poster using the guidelines that you can find in the “Downloads” section of this conference website. Accepted abstracts and e-posters will be published in the conference proceedings.

What happens after I submit my extended abstract and e-poster?

You will receive an acknowledgement from the organising committee. Your extended abstract and e-poster will then be sent to two independent reviewers for feedback. Once the review is completed, you will be informed of whether your submission has been accepted for presentation on the day of the conference.

If your submission is accepted for presentation, you will be required to present your poster and discuss your work with our conference delegates.

All accepted submissions will be recognised with MELTA Excellence in Research awards.

What happens after my abstract and poster are reviewed and accepted?

You will receive a letter of acceptance which will provide you details of how you should register and prepare for the conference. Among others, you will be asked to video record a presentation of between 2 to 3 minutes. This recording will be uploaded in the conference platform to be viewed by the delegates.
We recommend a Microsoft PowerPoint presentation which allows you to record your presentation.

View the video guideline available.