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Interactive Events

Interactive Events

There will be a total of 20 Interactive Event presentations, 13 in-person and 7 virtual. They are allocated 10 presentations per day on July 29th and 30th between 12:30 and 2 pm (see Programme Overview – AIED2022 for updated Interactive Events Schedule). 

The format of the Interactive Events is similar to Poster presentations, in the sense that attendees will be free roam and  interact with the presenters at their stations. There will be 10 stations and the remote presenters will be assisted by one of the Interactive Chairs, so they can “be there” on zoom at their allocated times.

The Interactive Events will take place in the room as allocated in the Programme Overview – AIED2022, on 10 stations, one per presenter, as well as one monitor on top of each desk. Attendees can easily move between the two events, Interactive Events and Posters

For questions, contact the Interactive Chairs, Genaro, Dorothy and Ifeoma: [email protected], [email protected], [email protected]

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