Crossing Spatiality and Temporality
In line with the broad conference theme, “Transformation for Empowerment: Moving beyond Buzzwords”, the International Research Conference on Humanities and Social Sciences-2016 (IRCHSS-2016) calls content for its accompanying poster presentation titled Crossing Spatiality and Temporality – to be exhibited on the 10th November 2016 at the University of Sri Jayewardenepura, Sri Lanka.
The two concepts spatiality and temporality, simply defined as the perception and the use of space and time by society – institutions or individuals – encompass a two-way transformation process between society, and time and space. They refer to whether time and space are used comprehensively, broadly and intensively, and the extent to which a society develops and transforms into space and time appropriately. You may wish to consider a poster presentation as opposed to the traditional oral presentation because posters allow you more time to present to a much larger audience.
We welcome your abstracts for the poster presentation consistent with the following guidelines.
- Each poster should be numbered in upper right corner.
- Each poster/photograph must include text to be read/seen easily by the attendees from a distance of 5 feet or more.
- The poster must be in A0 dimensions (841mm x 1189mm), and can be in either landscape or portrait orientation.
- The font size of posters: text, not exceeding 24 point; the main title and the subtitles should be 55-85 point.
- Photographs should be a minimum of 5”X7”.
- Materials should be displayed in a logical sequence and each sheet should be numbered; i.e. the introduction, the methodology, the development and the conclusion.
- Ease of reading and simplicity are the most important aspects in posters although authors may be allowed to use techniques, colors and graphics for the effectiveness of a poster.
- Avoid overcrowding figures and cramming too many numbers/words into tables.
- Titles should accompany all figures, tables, photographs in order to allow their immediate identification.
- Authors are not allowed to display any commercial activities. Non-compliance with this rule will result in the poster being removed.
- If authors need extra space to accommodate models or equipment, authors should request them in advance, preferably when abstracts are submitted. Your requests are subject to approval.
- Authors may bring a handout summarising their findings. Duplication facilities will not be available through the conference.
- All materials necessary – illustrations, charts – to be posted should be prepared in advance as the facility is not available at the meeting site.
- We will provide a reasonable supply of push pins, but we prefer if authors bring their own.
- Authors are responsible for mounting their posters in the morning on the 10th November 2016 and removing them in the afternoon of the 11th of November. The committee members of the conference will assist you. Posters left up past that time will be discarded.
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Submission for the poster presentation:
Send your poster presentation abstract to the following email address: firstname.lastname@example.org
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