Presentation types



Presentation types

Presentation, 30 min

You may here present a research- or development project individually or together with colleagues. You can also choose to present a best practice for collegial sharing regarding e.g., student motivation, better study results or creative teaching. You can also present new ideas/tools/support systems for teaching and learning.

The presentation should include at least 10 minutes for questions and discussion.


600 second-presentation

You may here present within the time limit of 6 minutes and 40 seconds (compare Pecha Kuscha). There will be room for questions after the presentation.


Round table, 45 min

The presenter acts as chairperson and initiates the discussion with a presentation of the subject(s) for discussion for 5-7 minutes, and then invites the participants into the discussion. The subject(s) for discussion should be included in the abstract (besides the 300 words).


Changes of presentation type

Should the number of contributions exceed the limit that may fit into the program, the conference committee is free to suggest changes of presentation type.

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