Session Types

Innovations in Testing is famous for providing a multitude of session formats, covering topics from across the industry.

  • Panel Discussion: A panel discussion is a 50-minute collaborative discussion between speakers to discuss one or more session topics, provide feedback on those topics, and brainstorm solutions that may be needed for those topics.
  • Presentation: A presentation is a 50-minute lecture that provides a rounded perspective on a topic(s). These presentations include PowerPoint presentations with one to three speakers.
  • Debate: In a fast-paced, 50-minute or 70-minute session, speakers will present diverging perspectives on a hot topic in the assessment industry.
  • Workshop: A Workshop is 70 minutes where participants learn and interact through structured group exercises/participation. Workshops can cover a variety of Session Topics.
  • Peas in a Pod Discussion: Peas in a Pod Discussions are informal 50-minute conversations with fellow conference goers who share common interests. Pods do not include presentations. There are no projectors or slides. This is all about direct engagement and exploration of ideas.
  • Innovation Demonstration: An Innovation Demonstration is a computer-based demonstration or presentation showcasing the latest technologies, products, services, or solutions in the testing industry.
  • ePoster: An ePoster Session is an electronic presentation/demonstration that is displayed on a large monitor and features content consistent with the theme of "Innovations in Testing." A poster session typically lasts about 6 minutes and continually repeats throughout the time allotted.
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