PRESENTATION

STYLE OF PRESENTATION

  1. Plenary session/Keynote speaker presentation 
  2. Oral e-Presentation
  3. Poster e-Presentation

presentation steps

A. Poster

Reminders

1. Use ONLY the template provided.  

2. The font and the template format should not be changed since it will alter other sections.

3. The number of words should not exceed the space provided in each section.

Poster Presentation

1. All posters will be available on the conference website on the day of the conference.

2. Poster presenters should include contact information (e.g. Line, Messenger, email, etc., in case the participants have questions) on the posters.

B. Oral Presentation

  1. All presentations must be recorded in advance and sent to the committee not later than 15 June 2021.
  2. The recorded video presentation should not be longer than 10 minutes.
  3. A schedule will be prepared for the video presentations in each area of specialization (Humanities, Liberal Arts and Social Sciences; Health Sciences; Science and Technology; Business Administration and Economics; Chinese Studies). 
  4. The presentations in each area of specialization will be divided into panel discussions. For example, if there are 20 presenters in one area of specialization, they can be further divided into 4 panels of 5 members per panel. Depending on the scheduled time of presentation, the 10-minute pre-recorded video presentations of all members of a panel will be played on the online platform.
  5. While watching/listening to the recorded video presentations, participants should write their questions in the chat box, specifying clearly to whom the question is meant for. For example, a participant can write: For Prof. Smith, __________ (then ask the question).
  6. After their respective presentations, the presenters read the questions and address them in the chat box. This provides the presenters ample time to prepare answers to the questions. It is a MUST that the presenters remain in the online conference application, so they can immediately address the queries. 
  7. After all the presentations are delivered in that panel, the moderator moves to another panel of presenters. This will be done until all panels have delivered their presentations and responded to questions.
  8. The closing of the conference is done in each area of specialization by the moderator.

Research/Academic articles for publication and presentation

1. Research/academic article for presentation must be ORIGINAL and has NEVER been accepted for publication in whatever form.

2. Depending on quality (which is decided by the scientific committee and international examiners), accepted papers will be published as international conference e-Proceedings.

3. Each oral e-Presentation is given a maximum of 20 minutes (15 minutes for the presentation and 5 minutes for the Q&A and discussion).

4. If an academic/research paper is written by more than one author, all presenters attending the conference MUST register and pay the registration fee.

Areas of specialization

1. Science and Technology

Science and Technology (include but not limited to Physical Science, Biological Science, Biotechnology, Food Science, Food Technology, Industrial Microbiology, Computer Science)

2. Health Sciences

Health Sciences (includes but not limited to Medicine, Dentistry, Traditional Thai Medicine, Traditional Chinese Medicine, Physical Therapy, Occupational Therapy, Clinical Psychology, Optometry, Medical Technology, Heart and Chest Technology, Nursing, Pharmacy, Public Health, Medical Science, Radiology, Veterinary Medicine, Veterinary Technology, Medical Social Work)

3. Arts, Humanities, Social Sciences and Education

Arts, Humanities, Social Sciences and Education (include but not limited to Linguistics and Literature, History, Law, Liberal Arts, Philosophy, Religion, Visual Arts, Sociology, Demography, Communication Arts, Educational Measurement and Evaluation, Educational Administration, Educational Technology, Guidance and Counseling)

4. Business Administration and Economics

Business Administration and Economics (include but not limited to Business Administration, Economics, Commerce, Accounting)

5. Chinese Studies

Chinese Studies, Traditional Chinese Medicine, Business Chinese and Chinese Language and Culture

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