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1 PAPER PRESENTATION IN AN INTERNATIONAL CONGRESS Cristina B. Villanueva UP Baguio Cordillera Studies Collection Library and Cordillera/Northern Luzon Historical Archives

2 FINDING A CONFERENCE International National Local Organizations in your area of specialization Check websites, blogs, etc. Ask around

3 CONFERENCE PAPER TYPES  Paper with Respondent  Panel Presentation  Roundtable  Workshop  Poster/Poster Talk/Poster Presentation/Poster Discussion

4 PREPARING THE PROPOSAL Writing the abstract ● Short document ● Intended to capture the interest of potential readers ● Marketing document of full paper

5 WRITING THE ABSTRACT OR PROPOSAL Audience Theme of the conference Statement of topic Research question Methodology Findings

6 WRITING THE ABSTRACT OR PROPOSAL Get to the point Limit words Use your own words Check grammar Be clear Provide keywords and key phrases

7 WRITING THE PROPOSAL : GUIDE QUESTIONS Does it capture the interest of the reader? Is it well written? Does the paper tell the reader the content of the paper and why they should read it? Does the abstract title describe the subject? Is the statement of the topic and research question clear?

8 WRITING THE PROPOSAL : GUIDE QUESTIONS Does the abstract indicate how the research was undertaken? Does the abstract indicate the value of the findings and to whom they will be of use? Does the abstract describe the work to be discussed in the paper? Is a concise summary of findings presented? Does it conform to the word limit, keywords, phrases?

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10 6th Rizal Library International Conference : Call for Papers 1/10/ :23:22 AM We welcome proposals on the following topics: library management and leadership, responsive leadership, mentoring, communicating change, and political, economic, social, technological and environmental changes in libraries. Paper proposals must be submitted on or before March 31, 2014 using the following format: Title of the paper Topic of the paper (choose one of the topics enumerated above) Paper abstract (should not exceed 250 words) Curriculum vitae with photo (indicate achievements and/or publications for the last five years) Please submit paper proposals to: For more information, please refer to the attached flyer or visit our website at

11 CALL FOR PAPERS: ASIA AND OCEANIA SECTION THEME: TRANSCENDING BORDERS: NATIONAL, SOCIAL AND ETHNIC ISSUES Full abstracts (500 words) should be prepared following the template provided below. Each abstract will be blind reviewed by members of the Regional Standing Committee for Asia and Oceania. Purpose of this paper What are the reason(s) for writing the paper (or the aims of the research)? Theme How does it relate to the theme? Design/methodology/approach How are the objectives achieved? Include the main method(s) used for the study. What is the approach to the topic, and what is the theoretical or subject scope of the paper? Findings What was found in the course of the work? This will refer to analysis, discussion, or results. Research limitations/implications (if applicable) If research is reported on in the paper, this section must be completed and should include suggestions for future research and any identified limitations in the research process. Practical implications (if applicable) What outcomes and implications for practice, applications and consequences are identified? All papers should have practical applications. What changes to practice might be made as a result of this research/paper? What is original/value of paper What is new in the paper? State the value of the paper and to whom. Please send your abstract by 31 January 2014 to: Chihfeng P. Lin, RSCAO Chair and Takashi Nagatsuka, RSCAO Secretary

12 SUBMITTING THE PROPOSAL Check and double check your proposal Deadline Format Resume Whom to submit Review process

13 PREPARING THE FINAL PAPER In line with the conference’s theme Follow the prescribed length Should have been proofread—free of typographical and grammatical errors Follow the file format Interoperable file format Page format

14 PREPARING THE FINAL PAPER Title format Level of headings Text of main body of the paper Figures and tables Images Footnotes and endnotes References

15 PREPARING FOR THE PRESENTATION Prepare slides in PowerPoint Maximum number of slides Images Text, i.e. limit text in one slide, bulleted File format of images Memory devices

16 PRESENTING YOUR PAPER Length of talk Practice Familiarize yourself with the room Equipment Visual presentations Be relaxed, maintain good posture, breathe deeply and quietly Use you voice for projection and inflection. Pause. Use silence

17 PRESENTING YOUR PAPER Avoid distractions Maintain eye contact Adjust microphone Speak slowly and clearly Be conscious of the time limit

18 REFERENCES Academic Conferences and Publishing Guidelines. “Presentation guidelines.” conferences.org/conference-presentation- guidelines.htm. Accessed Feb. 10, 2014.http://academic- conferences.org/conference-presentation- guidelines.htm. CGU Writing Center. Claremont Graduate University. “Conferences and conference papers.” Accessed Feb. 10,

19 THANK YOU FOR LISTENING! HAVE A GOOD DAY!


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