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ARE YOU INTERESTED IN PRESENTING A WORKSHOP AT META 2019?
META 2019 is accepting abstracts for WORKSHOP PRESENTATIONS on topics in knowledge synthesis, knowledge translation, and/or implementation science. Workshops will be presented in-person at the University of Alberta (Edmonton) during META 2019 on November 26th, 27th or 28th.
Please use this form to submit your abstract by JULY 26th, 2019, 16:00 MST. More information, instructions and requirements are provided below.
Application Deadline: July 26th, 2019 15:00 PST (16:00 MST).
Workshop Abstracts: Two-Part Abstract Submission
WORKSHOP PRESENTATIONS at META 2019 are to be 3.0 hours in length each. At least 25% of the workshop must be interactive. Audience size is typically 16-22 people. A computer, projector and large screen will be available in the room.
If you would like to present a workshop at META 2019, please complete the TWO-PART ABSTRACT SUBMISSION PROCESS:
PART 1 - Written Abstract (maximum 400 words)
Please provide an unstructured written abstract that describes your proposed workshop. Provide a summary of your workshop topic and scope. Describe the interactive elements that you will include to actively engage the workshop participants. Describe the learning objectives for your workshop. If your workshop will include presentation of your research, please highlight the key findings and processes you will present, and describe how you will use these as part of the learning experience you provide to help the audience develop skills in knowledge synthesis, knowledge translation, and/or implementation science.
PART 2 - Video Abstract (maximum 3 minutes)
Please provide a video recording that includes key information from your written abstract, and that demonstrates your presentation and facilitation style. Introduce your topic, explain the learning objectives, and describe some of the activities your workshop will include. Imagine that you are creating your video to help participants understand what they will learn and experience in your workshop. We recommend that your video shows you speaking on-screen for most of the 3 minutes, however you may include some creative or supportive elements such as illustrations, animations, or "action shots" (e.g. Q&A with a mock participant).
Both your written abstract and video abstract must be submitted at the same time using this form. Please complete the sections below by the deadline: July 26th, 2019 15:00 PST (16:00 MST).