Yes. In the Programming section, you can change the time zone depending on where you are located.
Canadian researchers, cultural workers, artists and students.
The conference will be held online on June 15 and June 16, 2022.
The conference will be held via Zoom.
It isn’t necessary to download Zoom, but we recommend it for a better experience. You can download Zoom for free by clicking here.
No, video and audio recordings will not be available and is not permitted during the conference. Some presenters may have research, reports, or materials publicly available for sharing at their discretion. We encourage you to listen to our podcast episodes here, which are based on the conference themes.
Yes, please contact us directly for further information.
There will be simultaneous interpretation in French and English, Please review the program schedule for specific sessions which include ASL, LSQ, and captions for all presentations.
Click here to view the conference program.
The call for papers and session proposals closed on March 6, 2022. However, we encourage you to write to us to share your paper or session idea. In the event of a cancellation, the Programming Committee may contact you.
Yes. It is possible to obtain a certificate of registration and participation by writing to us.
No. You only need to register once for the conference. You will receive an email with the schedule and session links to access the conference.
There is no deadline to register for the conference. However, we recommend that you do so a few days before June 15, 2022, the first day of the conference, to receive updates in advance.
No, there is no registration fee to attend the conference.
Yes. Anyone who wishes to attend must register by clicking on the Register now button located in the header of the website.
If you still have questions, please contact us!