Yes, posters representing evidence-based enhancement and/or peer-reviewed research arising from any teaching and learning enhancement work across the sector are welcome.
Yes. But you can only submit one poster per evidence-based enhancement and/or peer-reviewed research.
A Gasta talk (where ‘Gasta’ is the Irish for ‘fast’) is a 5-minute lightning talk, modelled after similar storytelling formats like Ignite and Pecha Kucha, designed for disseminating information about a topic concisely and with impact. The Gasta talk concept originated in Ireland in 2014 and has since spread to several other countries. Even using a shortened format like this, it’s important to remember the need for presentations to be effective and engaging. Additional Gasta details and examples can be found at http://gasta.me/
No. In order to propose a Gasta lightning talk, you must also submit a poster on the same topic.
Yes. This peer dialogue is integral to the spirit of VIT&L Week.
No. The National Forum will match Gasta lightning talk proposers for the feedback conversation.