A roundtable is a form of academic discussion where participants agree on a specific topic to discuss and debate. The intent of a roundtable is to grant all attendees an equal right to contribute. Traditionally, roundtables are hosted by a moderator who orchestrates the discussion, sets the tone of the conversation, and encourages attendees to participate by sharing personal insights.
Call for Roundtables and Actives
Individuals interested in moderating a roundtable discussion should submit an abstract (350 words or less) via the Conference Paper Management Website. Roundtables are intended to be one hour long. When submitting an abstract, please be sure to include:
- Name(s) and Affiliation(s)
- Description of roundtable topic
- Technology and/or software requirements for participants.
- Dates when you are unavailable.
Abstract submissions for roundtables are due by TBD and notification of acceptance will be provided by TBD.
To download a copy of the call for proposals for roundtables and actives, click the button below.
2022 Conference Roundtables
Roundtables to be announced.
If you have any questions about roundtables, please contact Monika Bubacz.