Call for Posters
Guidelines for e-Poster Competition
- E-Posters should be self-explanatory and should be presented as a PowerPoint slide, PDF or JPEG or as a file or hyperlink to an online host such as ‘Canva’. E-Posters will be available to view on the Docfest website.
- All E-Poster Presentations will be held over the lunch break on Day 3 and presenters have the option to give a 2-minute pitch and respond to any questions.
- Prizes will be awarded to the best poster presentations.
Final date for submissions have been extended to Friday 22 April.
Well-being and self-management
Managing to maintain your life balance over the sustained period of time and effort it takes to complete a doctoral degree can take its toll and even the best will run into roadblocks or writers block! Presentations in this session will provide insights into how to manage your time, your work and your well-being including but not limited to:
Methodologies and research practice
Exploring the application or value of a range of methodological approaches, research tools and designs this session will include but is not limited to presentations about:
First Nations research
This session will feature research by First Nations researchers those who are researching with First Nations communities, perspectives or issues with topics including but not limited to: