Dublin - Ireland
4th-7th November 2020 (Postponed - see update below)

Theme: Assessment for Changing Times: Opportunities and Challenges

Submission System: www.easyacademia.org/aea2020

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21st Annual Conference

The 21st annual AEA Europe conference was due to take place in Dublin, Ireland: 4th-7th November 2020 but due to Covid-19 it has been postponed until 2021. In light of this we will host an online festival from 4-6 November 2020. 

The theme of the AEA-Europe Online Festival 2020 is: How did your education and assessment systems react to the effects of Covid19?

We will provide regular updates on the programme for the Online Festival.

09/09/2020

Announcement PhD Session, AEA-Europe November Festival

Dear AEA-Europe Member – and incoming Member,

At the AEA-Europe online Festival in November, one of the sessions will be dedicated to doctoral students within the AEA-Europe membership (although those who are thinking of becoming members are very welcome!). The aim of the session is to provide a unique and supportive environment that enables doctoral students to present their work and to receive constructive feedback on their research from the research community. The session will not only provide a very good opportunity to receive immediate and valuable feedback but also to meet other doctoral students and learn about their work.

During the session, each presenter will be given a maximum of 15 minutes. This will include time for a short presentation followed by a discussion. Since time is limited each presentation should focus on a limited part of the research and/or a specific problem such as the choice or use of theory or methodology, a question related to preliminary results, or a particular research challenge(s)..
The session will take place in the afternoon, Thursday November 5.

The presentation slots are limited, so if there are more presentations submitted than slots available, a selection will be made on the basis of diversity in topic and geographical representation.

In order to be considered for the event, we are asking doctoral students to submit a short abstract (no more than 300 words). Please also include your name, affiliation, and title of presentation . Send your proposals to Christina Wikström (christina.wikstrom@umu.se) and Stuart Shaw (stuart.shaw@cambridgeinternational.org). The deadline for submissions is Wednesday 30th September.
We look forward to hearing about your research!