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Icepops 2020 Submission form
Please use this form to submit your suggested contribution for Icepops 2019 which will be taking place on Tuesday 7th July 2020 at the Park Inn Hotel, Cardiff. All presenters will be required to register for the day, although they will be eligible for a reduced entry fee. Please send your submissions to us by Monday 24th February 2020. We will notify you by Monday 16th March to confirm whether your submission has been accepted.
We would like to encourage presenters to address one of the themes of this year's conference:
- Building Copyright Literacy Communities: national and international
- Engaging and creative approaches to copyright education including using games, video, music and performance
- Copyright education as part of digital and information literacy initiatives
- Copyright education in the cultural heritage sector
- Teaching copyright as part of scholarly and open practices
However, we wouldn't want you to feel constrained if you have a great idea relating to copyright literacy that doesn't fit 100% into any of the above. Please just let us know and we'll see if it fits in the programme.
If you have any queries about submissions then please email
Title of contribution
And don't forget we are looking for creativity and playfulness in titles too!
World cafe style presentation / demonstration
Games pitch or idea
Something else (please describe the format in the summary box below)
Which of the conference themes does your contribution address
Building Copyright Literacy Communities: national and international
Engaging and creative approaches to copyright education including using games, video, music and performance
Copyright education as part of digital and information literacy teaching
Copyright education in the cultural heritage sector
Teaching copyright as part of scholarly and open practice
Brief summary of your contribution (max 200 words)
In order for us to assess your contribution we require a brief abstract summarising your talk. Please tell us more about your contribution, whether it's a new approach to teaching, a games pitch or an interesting idea you have. How is it different, new, creative or innovative? What will delegates learn from your session?
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