The goal of the lightning talk session is to provide an opportunity for any conference attendee to share a short, thought-provoking presentation related to educational robotics.
Your lightning talk should pertain to educational robotics, which includes a broad range of topics:
- Team management
- Student Recruitment
- Program Sustainability
- Autonomous Projects
- Novel Instructional Ideas
It should teach us something. It should be entertaining. It should be enjoyable by a wide audience.
We invite you to submit an idea for a lightning talk. Don't be shy! Here's your chance to share your passion with an appreciative audience.
Who can submit a lightning talk?
We invite all Global Conference on Educational Robotics attendees including students, parents, teachers, mentors, aunts and uncles to submit a talk idea!
- All lightning talks must be submitted by: June 3, 2015
- Submitters will be notified if changes are needed by: June 10, 2015
- All final presentations with required changes must be submitted by: June 15, 2015
- 20 slides that automatically advance every 15 seconds for a total talk time of 5 minutes.
- The presentation you submit as of June 15 will be the one used for the presentation. We cannot use presentations submitted after that date.
- Presentations will be loaded onto a session computer and operated by KIPR staff. Presenters may not use their own computers for the presentation.
- To keep things moving at a lightning pace, there will be no Q & A after the presentation.
You can look the presenters up after the session to discuss their ideas further.
- Submit in .ppt format (7 MB Limit)
- Use PowerPoint 2010 or newer
- No other file formats will be accepted!
- DO NOT NUMBER PAGES
- Photographs and diagrams are encouraged and are required to be embedded
- DO NOT use slide transitions or special effects in your PowerPoint!
- Author information must appear on a title slide or at the end. Include the names, school/team name, and email addresses of all authors 18 years of age or older. Authors under 18 should only include the title of the paper, their name and school/team name.
- Proper citation of sources required
The lightning talk submission form for GCER 2015 is coming soon!