Who Should Submit Abstracts
A mix of presenters and participants is sought, to enable sharing of both: (1) innovative approaches in the context of the future of extension that have been put into practice in field contexts, and (2) research and/or impact evaluations of extension programming, policies, curricula, trainings, and tools in the context of the future of extension. Donors, researchers, practitioners, government/policymakers, and partners from country level working in extension are encouraged to submit abstracts.
Guidelines for Submission
- Oral Presentations with Panel Discussion
- Presenters will speak for 10 minutes each to showcase innovative approaches and/or research findings and then join a panel of four around a central topic. Groupings will be determined based
on commonalities among submissions.
- Lightning Talks
- Five-minute talks showcasing innovative approaches.
- Poster Presentations
- Presenters will prepare and discuss a poster (of no more than 36” by 48”) to showcase
innovative approaches and/or research findings.
Presenters not accepted for oral presentations or lightning talks are encouraged to give a poster
- Title page with:
- Author name(s), affiliation(s), and contact information (email and phone) for the lead author
- Preferred submission category
▪ If not accepted for a talk, would you present your work as a poster?
- Three to five keywords
- Author bio (100 words or less)
- Abstract (400 words or less) detailing the innovative approach or research
- Formatted as a PDF
Submit abstracts to: AgReachfirstname.lastname@example.org by December 31st, 2019, at 11:59 PM CST; a panel of AgReach and DLEC staff will be reviewing submissions. Notification to selected presenters will be made by January 25th, 2020.