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Call for Abstracts

  1. Paper presentations
    Paper sessions are presented by one or more authors. Each paper presentation has a maximum duration of 30 minutes, inclusive of Q&A.
  2. Symposiums
    Symposiums are integrated presentations by a team on a specific issue, study or practice. Each symposium should focus on a well-structured theme or a set of inter-related research questions. Within each symposium, each paper presentation should provide data or arguments that address those questions. Each symposium has a maximum duration of 1 hour 30 minutes, inclusive of Q&A.
  3. Workshops
    Workshops provide an opportunity for extensive discussions and active engagement between presenter(s) and participants on a specific topic, subject or project. They typically have a practical, hands-on orientation, making them valuable for sharing proven classroom practices and pedagogy in detail. Each workshop has a maximum duration of 1 hour 30 minutes.
  4. Posters
    Poster sessions provide an opportunity for participants to discuss their research with fellow scholars in an interactive setting. Poster presentations should provide a clear idea of the topic being addressed, the research questions, methods of data collection and data analysis, and the significance of the study. A poster should rely heavily on graphics to illustrate research findings.

Abstract Submission Guidelines

  1. All abstracts will go through a double-blind peer review process. Authors should omit their names within the abstract.
  2. Abstracts must be written in English and submitted in Word format.
  3. Presenters may choose to present in Mandarin, Malay or Tamil, and the use of the language must be clearly indicated in the abstract.
  4. Abstracts should include aims, methodology and findings (or their equivalents).
  5. All abstracts submitted for paper, workshop and poster presentations must not exceed 350 words.
  6. Abstracts for symposium: The organiser should provide an overarching abstract for the symposium and an abstract for each paper presentation under the symposium. Each of these abstracts must not exceed 350 words.
  7. The extended deadline for abstract submission is 26 January 2024.

To promote broad participation in RPIC 2024, an individual may only be accepted for a maximum of three presentations when they appear as first author. You may be first author on more than three submissions, but you will need to withdraw papers if more than three are accepted where you are first author.

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