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View the 2022 AERA Annual Meeting i-Presentation Gallery

View the 2021 AERA Annual Meeting i-Presentation Gallery 

View the 2020 AERA Annual Meeting i-Presentation Gallery 

AERA is pleased to offer the AERA i-Presentation Gallery, featuring thousands of presentations from AERA annual meeting papers. The i-Presentation Gallery is an open access product made available by AERA to interested users worldwide. Gallery users have ungated access to presentations from paper, roundtable, and poster sessions and symposia held at AERA annual meetings from authors who wish to locate their presentations in the gallery.

Users of the gallery are able to see and hear annual meeting presentations in a web-based format; search by AERA division, SIG, or other submission units; or look up by keyword or method. They are also able to search an open-field box for authors, abstracts, titles, or institutions. Users worldwide can reach out to authors through the gallery and send messages to schedule a live video or written chat.   

For authors, the i-Presentation Gallery provides a user-friendly vehicle to present their papers in a dynamic format that allows for an overall narration as well as audio or video capture within any slide as part of their display. Authors can activate a chat function and also schedule a virtual session to meet up with other interested scholars. Through this portal, authors can receive messages and/or respond to Q&A on a continuing basis throughout the year and year-to-year. All presentations receive a unique digital object identifier (DOI) that makes authors’ work easier to discover, locate, and cite.  

Questions about the i-Presentation Gallery can be emailed to presentation-gallery@aera.net.

Notice to Users of the AERA Interactive Presentation Gallery

AERA provides the i-Presentation Gallery as an open access resource to benefit users by making new education research visible and accessible. Users are expected to respectfully benefit from access to this work, including by providing appropriate acknowledgment and citation of AERA i-Presentations. AERA expects users to adhere to the AERA Code of Ethics and strictly avoid any misuse, misappropriation of another's work, or plagiarism.

An illustrative appropriate citation is as follows:

Lee, H. (2022, April 21). (Re)considering homeroom as a spiritual milieu for a curriculum of authenticity: A narrative self-study [Paper presentation, Roundtable]. American Educational Research Association Annual Meeting. http://doi.org/10.3102/IP.22.1895183

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2022 Annual Meeting Presentations
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Click here to view the presentations from 2022 AERA Annual Meeting accepted paper authors.

 
 
Updated Open Paper Repository Now Available
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AERA has released the redesigned Online Paper Repository with papers added from both the 2021 and 2022 annual meetings.

 
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