Each presentation will fit within one of the 5 topics set for the 2016 conference. Presenters must indicate which topic their presentation falls under.
Presentations will run for 15 minutes only with 5 minutes at the end available for questions.
A computer, laser pointer and data display unit will be available for presenters.
These presentations will be run in a designated time slot* for each topic, see the times below:
- Topic 1 – Thursday August 11, 10.30am – 11.30am
- Topic 2 – Thursday August 11, 11.30am – 12.30pm
- Topic 3 – Thursday August 11, 1.30pm – 2.30pm
- Topic 4 – Friday August 12, 10.30am – 11.30am
- Topic 5 – Friday August 12, 11.30am – 12.30pm
*Please note this is based on the draft timetable and is a guide only, times may change depending on final number of presentations. Topic sessions may also be combined to create more efficient sessions if required.
- Innovation in Marine Education– using new and different teaching methods to deliver the marine message and reach a wider audience.
- Sea Stories and Coastal Culture– integrating traditional knowledge into formal and informal marine education.
- Partnerships for Change– connecting across the seas to achieve common goals and strengthening projects through collaboration.
- Sustainable Seas– utilizing the oceans’ resources to ensure their survival for future generations.
- Making Science Accessible– demonstrating the relevance of science in our everyday lives and helping to create a more marine literate society