[MATHLINK] [CORRECTION] Call for Submissions: MCLS Online Conference 2021

MCLS Trainee mclstrainee at gmail.com
Tue Mar 2 06:05:07 CST 2021

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On Mon, Mar 1, 2021 at 10:18 PM MCLS Trainee <mclstrainee at gmail.com> wrote:

> Dear MCLS Community,
> The Mathematical Cognition and Learning Society (MCLS) invites abstract
> submissions for our online conference beginning in July 2021. The society
> encourages submissions from researchers at all career stages. Submissions
> should be made via this link
> <https://pitt.co1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_1Rf52owEEiyOHFs>.
> Please contact MCLStrainee at gmail.com if you have any questions.
> Submission Deadline 1: April 15, 2021
> Submission Deadline 2: June 1, 2021
> *Submission Types*
> *Symposia*
> Symposia are 60-minute sessions that consist of multiple presentations on
> a related topic in mathematical cognition and learning. To propose a
> symposium, the symposium chair must submit a title and symposium abstract
> (max 3500 characters; approximately 500 words) that describes the general
> topic of the symposium, the names, and affiliations of the speakers. The
> symposium chair must also submit a title and brief description (max 1725
> characters; approximately 250 words) for each talk. Submissions that
> feature presenters from early career stages and international perspectives
> are encouraged.
> Symposia may adopt one the following formats:
>    - four presenters
>    - three presenters and one discussant
>    - three presenters
> Total time allotted to a session: 60 minutes
> *Lightning Talks and Collaboration Pitches *
> Lightning talks are maximum 5-minute presentations that are meant to be a
> brief communication of stand-alone work. Due to the online nature of the
> conference this year, “lightning talks” are taking the place of both
> posters and pre-registration posters. We encourage submission of either in
> this category.
> Collaboration Pitches are 5-minute presentations in which presenters
> propose an idea or data for a project and solicit feedback and potential
> collaborators. This year, “collaboration pitches” are taking the place of
> data blitzes. We encourage submission of presentations that propose
> collaborative efforts in data gathering or curation and/or that propose the
> use of available data (your own or otherwise publicly available data) that
> others might analyze in a collaborative manner. The aim is that these
> pitches would provide opportunities for forming new collaborations to
> combine or collect larger datasets, provide assistance with analysis or
> manuscript preparation, or facilitate data collection in special
> populations.
> Submit an abstract (max 1725 characters; approximately 250 words) with a
> title and the authors’ names and affiliations and indicate whether your
> abstract is for a Lightning Talk or Collaboration Pitch.
> *Workshop *
> We also welcome submissions for workshops. Workshops may focus on diverse
> topics such as debates or discussion on theory, novel or underutilized
> research methodologies, statistical training, best practices in research,
> or career-related conversations. We also  welcome the proposal of panel
> discussions, Q&As, or facilitated discussions on hot topics in mathematical
> cognition and learning.
> Submit an abstract (max 3500 characters; approximately 500 words)
> describing the workshop with a title and the organisers’ names and
> affiliations, as well as the proposed length of the workshop.
> Workshops are anticipated to last between 1-2 hours.
> *Register to be a reviewer*
> This year, we will select volunteers to peer review the MCLS 2021
> submissions.
> Please click here
> <https://the-mcls.us20.list-manage.com/track/click?u=52a664da881817eed812437d0&id=3fccebfc88&e=f13dd00558> to
> register to be a reviewer of submissions.
> *Upcoming Opportunities*
> In our online conference, we will be holding “pop-up poster sessions” as
> lightning talks every other month throughout the 2021-22 year so as to
> better provide comments on ongoing research in a timely manner. We will
> advertise the calls for these pop-up poster sessions via our email list and
> our Twitter account (@MCLStrainee). Stay tuned!
> Thanks!
> The MCLS Training Board and Conference Organizing Committee

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