SNE 2012SNEB Annual Conference
Call for Abstracts
- Formats and Types

Formats

Oral

Research papers centered on common topics will be selected for group oral presentation, each about 10 minutes. Oral format is only available to research abstracts and only to submissions made by the January 20, 2015 deadline.

Poster

Poster presentations allow presenters to discuss their abstract briefly with interested colleagues in an informal setting. 

All submissions between January 25 and late breaking deadline of Mach 1 will be considered for poster presentations.

Types

Research: Appropriate submissions include original research related to nutrition, nutrition education and nutrition behavior.  The abstract submission form includes the following subheadings.

Objective

Study Design, Setting, Participants, Intervention (if applicable)

Outcome Measures and Analysis

Results

Conclusions and Implications

Abstract Review Criteria

 

Programs: Appropriate submissions include programs, teaching and research tools, games, models, educational materials, teaching techniques and networking ideas.  The abstract submission form includes the following subheadings.

Objective

Theory, Prior Research, Rationale

Target Audience

Description

Evaluation

Conclusions and Implications

Program Abstract Review Criteria

 

Scholarship of Teaching and Learning: SoTL is the scholarly inquiry and practice associated with teaching students in a college/university course or curriculum. The abstract submission form includes the following subheadings:

Objective

Theory, Prior Research, Rationale

Target Audience

Description of Course or Curriculum

Evaluation

Conclusions and Implications

Scholarship of Teaching and Learning Review Criteria

 

Guidelines for Abstract Submission

Tips for Writing Abstracts

 

If you have any questions, please contact the SNEB offices at 800-235-6690 or send an email to info@sneb.org

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