Development's Futures Conference 2007
Presentation Format

 

Full Papers

 

An e-book of all the conference papers will be produced immediately after the conference. We also have a longer term aim of producing a publication of a selected number of conference papers.

The deadline for the conference paper is the 31st October 2007.

Papers should be:

•  No more than 4,000 words in length
•  In Times New Roman Font size 12
•  Double spaced
•  Page numbers clearly marked at the bottom of each sheet
•  Please use the Harvard referencing system:
         o Simple references are to be inserted within article text as follows: (Briggs, 1995, p.24).
         o The bibliographical list of all works referred to in the text is to follow the main  text in alphabetical order using the following format:

• Books:             
Robson, P (2001) State Politics, Routledge, London.
• Journal articles:      
     Wilson, R (2004) ‘Conflict in Focus’, Journal of Conflict Studies, Vol.2, No.4,pp.24-36.
• Chapters in books of edited collections:
     Marshall, A (1995) ‘Finding the global locally’ in S Peterson and F Bragg (eds.), Common Perspectives in integrated development, Routledge, London.

          •    Please also include author information on a separate cover sheet. This should include contact details, and a short biography of areas of interest and current work. (Please clarify which of these details you wish to be published).


Please submit full papers to Carol.Healy@nuigalway.ie by the 31st October 2007. 
 
 
Presentation Guidelines
 
Oral Presentations:
         

          • Presentations must be compatible with PowerPoint 2003
          • Presentations must be maximum of 20 minutes in length to allow sufficient time for questions and answers. 
          • Use of transparencies are discouraged and slides will require special requests and notification in advance.


Poster Presentations:


          • Size: Maximum poster size is 115 cm high and 88 cm wide (A0)
          • Materials must be easily read at a distance of 1.5 m.
          • A poster printed on one large sheet is encouraged. 
          • Hand written posters are not accepted.
          • Ideally posters should be in ‘Portrait’ format rather than ‘Landscape’