TO PODIUM DISCUSSION ORGANIZERS
PODIUM DISCUSSION is a 2-3 hour PLENARY session, listed on the IAPL Call for Papers / Website,
including the PODIUM DISCUSSION Organizer name, discipline, and institution. The Conference Book will include a description of the session, bios of the speakers, organizer, and chair.
PODIUM DISCUSSION ORGANIZER invites ALL of the speakers for the session.
PODIUM DISCUSSION ORGANIZER AND CHAIR:
PODIUM DISCUSSION organizer will chair the session. The PODIUM DISCUSSION organizer will be listed as follows: "Organized, Chaired, and Introduced
by [name of round table organizer]".
- The PODIUM DISCUSSION organizer should present a 15-20 minute overview of the
theme of the session at the outset of the session.
PODIUM DISCUSSION organizer will lead the discussion, making sure that there
is ample time for questions from the audience.
ROUND TABLE PARTICIPANTS:
PODIUM DISCUSSION will last for three hours and should include four to five
should be restricted to 15 minutes speaking
time. There should also be ample time for discussion from the
- PODIUM DISCUSSION organizers can construct the three hour sessions in alternative
ways as long as all speakers are fully aware in advance of the "ground
rules" for the session and ample time for discussion of papers
participants should share copies of their papers with
each other no less than a month prior to the conference. This
process should be mediated by the PODIUM DISCUSSION organizer.
IAPL DUES AND REGISTRATION FEES:
participant must be informed in advance that dues and registration fees
are to be paid prior to completing their speaker information. The PODIUM DISCUSSION organizer is responsible
for assuring that each member of the session completes this process
by the indicated deadlines. Everyone listed on the conference program
(including host participants) must pay IAPL dues and registration fees.
and registration can be completed online
PODIUM DISCUSSION FINAL LINE-UP:
line-up of PODIUM DISCUSSION session is due no later than June
15th in time for inclusion on the Call for Papers.
and final line-up of the PODIUM DISCUSSION
session is due no later than the announced submission date (usually September 15th).
Line-Up should include all of the following information (an online form is available
for this purpose):
of PODIUM DISCUSSION session
Summary of Session Topic
Institution, City, State or Province, Country for Organizer(s) and
of Speakers in the Order in which they will present their papers
each Speaker, list: Discipline, Institution, City, State or Province,
Country, E-mail Address
each Speaker, list: Paper Title (as it should be included in the
PODIUM DISCUSSION PARTICIPANT FORM:
speaker must also complete the Participant
Form at the time of Registration for the conference.
Organizers are responsible for assuring that each speaker, organizer,
and chair for the session completes this form and registers for the conference.
and timely aherence to deadlines for complete session listings and submissions
will be much appreciated. Delay in one session can hold up finalizing
the whole conference program.
should be sent to: Hugh J. Silverman, IAPL Executive Director and Program Coordinator: firstname.lastname@example.org