ORAL PAPER PRESENTATION
The oral paper presentation may be authored by an individual or by a group. The abstract should be in line with the main theme of the conference and linked to the conference’s sub-themes. The oral presentations will be grouped in parallel sessions based on the sub-themes. The abstract submitted should be 500 words or less.
Types of papers:
- Papers based on emprical research should include following titles:
- Subject: The general scope of the subject is given.
- Purpose: The purpose of the study is given.
- Method: Information about the method adopted, the population / sample of the research, data collection tools and analysis method are given.
- Findings: Research findings are included.
- Discussion: Research findings are discussed and evaluated by referencing external sources.
- Conclusion and Suggestions: The general scope of the research is given without repetition and final evaluations are made. Then, advanced research and policy recommendations are included.
- Papers not based on empirical research should include following titles:
- Background and purpose of the presentation
- A summary of the main points of the presentation;
- How the presentation will address one or more of the conference’s aims and themes;
- Conclusions from and implications of your presentation for practice, policy or further research.