10th Conference on Emerging Adulthood: How
will it work?
The official conference is scheduled to run from 9:00am to 5:45pm Eastern Daylight Time (New York Time), followed by a Social Event. The conference platform will be open a few days before the conference for attendees to familiarize themselves and become more comfortable with the platform and create their own personalized agenda.
Keynote, Master Lectures, and Other Invited Sessions: These sessions will be completely live. The session chair will introduce the speakers, who will present for approximately 25 minutes, followed by a 20-minute discussion. During this discussion time, speakers will answer audience questions selected by the moderator from the Q&A section.
Thematic, Standard Symposia, and Data Blitz Sessions: These sessions will contain pre-recorded presentations. Recordings will be broadcasted first with authors present. The presentations will be followed by a live Q&A session moderated by the session chair, who will receive the audience questions and direct them to the assigned author.
Panel Symposia Sessions: These sessions will be completely live. The session chair will introduce the speakers, who discuss a specific topic or theme for approximately 30 minutes, followed by a 15-minute discussion. During this discussion time, speakers will answer audience questions selected by the moderator from the Q&A section.
Posters: Posters will not be hosted in a specific room but will be available for viewing on the conference platform as e-posters during set times. Authors are expected to be available online for a private or public chat to answer any questions and interact with the audience during designated poster sessions.
Preconference Workshops and Special Innovative Session: These sessions will be hosted live via a Zoom link that preregistered participants will access via the event platform. Given the diversity of chairs and topics, each session will have its own dynamic, which the session host will explain. Important: You need to preregister for these sessions when you register for the conference.
Social and Networking Events: The conference committee will provide opportunities for engaging social session during the conference and after the formal conference program end. Conference participants will have an opportunity to participate in networking and social events. While many could be attended spontaneously, some events might require you to sign up.
If you miss any of the presentations or sessions, these will be available on-demand on the conference platform for 30 days after the conference ends.
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