AERA Opens Interactive Presentation Gallery—Visitors Welcomed; 2020 Annual Meeting Paper Authors Can Create Presentations until December 31
AERA Opens Interactive Presentation Gallery—Visitors Welcomed; 2020 Annual Meeting Paper Authors Can Create Presentations until December 31

December  2020

AERA has opened the Interactive Presentation Gallery, with the inaugural site featuring presentations from 2020 AERA Annual Meeting accepted paper authors. AERA created the web-based presentation platform as an innovative way of sharing research presented at AERA Annual Meetings and other convenings throughout the year.

Authors of accepted papers for the 2020 Annual Meeting have until December 31 to create and publish their presentations. Authors can make modifications to presentations after they are published.

“We are thrilled to use this new platform to expand authors’ access to users worldwide and provide new opportunities for them to interact and grow their networks,” said AERA Executive Director Felice J. Levine. “The gallery offers unlimited potential for elevating the work of the field, fostering collaboration, and laying the foundations for the creation of new knowledge.”

“We encourage 2020 Annual Meeting authors to take advantage of this exciting opportunity to be part of AERA’s inaugural galley,” Levine said.

Users will be able to see and hear 2020 Annual Meeting presentations from authors in a web-based format; search by AERA division, SIG, or other submission unit; or look up by keyword or method. They also will be able to search an open-field box for authors, abstracts, titles, or institutions.

“Most importantly, the AERA Gallery is a networking space,” said Levine. “You can use it to find research presentations, explore them at your own pace, contact authors, and have authors answer questions or set up chat times or live sessions with you. We encourage all to make the gallery their home for new education research presented each year.”

The gallery provides a user-friendly vehicle for authors 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 well beyond the initial “chat” span and continuing year-to-year. Authors also receive a unique citation for their gallery presentation.

First listed authors of 2020 Annual Meeting papers who have not created or published their presentations, have received emailed invites from iPoster, the platform for the gallery, to do so. First listed authors can transfer the creation process to other authors. For more information about the gallery, visit the Facts and Opportunities page. Questions can be emailed to

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