Poster and Paper Presentations – Proposal Form
Note: This is an archived event. No more submissions are being accepted.
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We are accepting proposals for Posters and Papers, both of which will be presented online on the Taos Institute’s Learning Community Platform (https://taoslearning.ning.com/groups2/global-relational-research-network).
If you wish to submit and present a Poster or a Paper for the 3rd International Relational Research Symposium, complete the form below.
The theme for this symposium is: Challenges and Opportunities of Doing research from Relational Perspectives
We will be accepting posters and papers that address the challenges and opportunities of doing research from relational perspectives in different settings, such as academia, communities, indigenous communities, and organizations. Share your work in progress, share your questions, explore your curiosities. This does not have to be a finished piece of work or research but one that will jump start conversations and learning about what it means, what it looks like, and what might we learn together as we focus on doing research with a relational perspective as part of everything we do.
All posters and papers will be made available online, and presenters are invited to enter into virtual conversations with participants. More details will be sent to you after your proposal is accepted.
- Proposals are due by August 15th.
- Acceptance notices will be sent to you by August 20th.
- Final papers and posters must be sent to us for uploading to the symposium webpages by Sept. 15th.
- Be sure to include your name and email for contact purposes.
Posters must be in PDF format and include the following:
- Title, presenter names, description of the topic/research, visuals and anything else you want to share with the larger community.
- You may include links to other visuals/videos that fit within your poster presentation.
- See a “sample” of what a poster might look like: Click Here.
Papers must be in PDF format and include the following:
- Title, author names, short annotation at the top, and the paper with all references included.
- Papers can be between 2,000 and 15,000 words.
- Images within the paper are recommended.