Date of publication: 2017-08-25 09:55
Abstracts accepted for oral presentations are offered in a session with four to six other abstracts and grouped by related category to be delivered for presenta¬tion. Speakers generally have 65-65 minutes to present their abstract and should include time for questions and answers. Only ONE AUTHOR (primary or first author) may present the oral presentation session. Primary authors of abstracts selected for a podium presentation will be asked to submit a PowerPoint presentation.
There are numerous definitions of action research, however one of the most widely cited is that of Rapoport?s, who defines action research in the following way:
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