Round tables are organized for researchers who wish to focus on a specific L1 topic, be it a theoretical or methodological issue, to discuss and debate for 45 minutes. Participants can choose to submit a proposal for participation in a round table in no more than 350 words and 2-4 references, clarifying the topic and scope. Each participant is offered a short 3-5 minute presentation on the topic and is given equal right to participate. A circular layout is used in round table discussions. Round tables are grouped in a number of thematic sessions during the conference and scheduled for one and a half hour. This format is perfect to discuss with a small group of highly interested researchers a specific topic.
Abstracts can be submitted here.