To respond to the new situation, the EIBA 2020 annual conference will change, too. First, we will run the conference fully online. Second, and partially in response to the shift to online, we will adjust the structure of the conference as follows. The new structure, on the one hand, maintains most elements of a ‘normal’ EIBA conference, such as paper presentations, PDWs, or social interactions. On the other hand, the new digital conference environment creates new value for participants.
Day 1 – December 10th:
PDWs, doctoral workshops, and one opening plenary panel.
Day 2 – December 11th:
Paper presentations (competitive, interactive, poster) and panel sessions as in regular EIBA conferences.
Note that the online format of the sessions will be different from the traditional one to assure a high quality standard and a clear value-added for presenters and session guests (e.g., shorter presentations, session recordings, organized feedback, etc.).
Day 3 – December 12th:
Special workshops on recent topics in IB teaching and research as well as academia in general by experts of the field. Workshops are free to all registered participants and will be recorded, so all EIBA registered participants can stream the sessions also at a later point in time.