Virtual sessions are designed for presenters who are not able to be present in-person at the conference.
To submit a proposal for a Virtual Lightning Talk or Virtual Poster, visit the Call for Papers. Once you have an accepted proposal and a completed registration, you can begin the steps below to prepare for your session.
Presenting virtually allows you to meet and connect with knowledge network members across the globe. Update your profile and connect with colleagues through our Scholar Community.
There are many benefits of a virtual presentation – don't forget to take advantage of our unique benefits below.
All virtual presentations must be submitted no later than one month prior to the conference – 22 April 2018
Changes to your presentation after 22 April 2018 will not be reflected in the program. We suggest submitting your presentation early to ensure there are no issues during submission. If you have any questions or issues, contact us.
Connect with Knowledge Community members across the globe
As a Virtual Presenter, you have the benefit of engaging with scholars and academics from all corners of the globe. Along with members of The Constructed Environment Research Network and all in-person and virtual conference participants, you can use your Scholar account and Community profile to meet peers, share your presentation, share published work, and initiate knowledge and learning conversations, with optional feeds to Facebook and Twitter.
Get started and set-up your Community profile through the Scholar platform here.
Like us on Facebook and follow us on Twitter to stay up-to-date and start connecting with other presenters and members of The Constructed Environment Research Network. We’ll formally launch the conference hashtag about two month prior to the conference, but start talking now with the conference hashtag - #ICCE17
Take advantage of the unique benefits of being a Virtual Presenter
Remember, there are many benefits to being a virtual presenter! Be sure to take advantage of each of the special benefits below: