Publication Workshop

Workshop on Scholarly Publications

Dissemination of research findings is an essential part of the scientific research process.  Hence, it is of utmost importance for a researcher who is writing a full paper with the aim of publishing in a reputable journal or in a reputable proceeding.  Furthermore, getting a paper published in a reputable peer-reviewed journal or proceeding is an important milestone for researchers.

Through the publication workshop, we intend to disseminate knowledge on writing scientific papers and scholarly publications to assist future researchers.  All conference participants are welcome to participate in this workshop.


Date: 18th  September 2020
Time: 15:50 – 17:30

Audience: All Conference Participants


“Stepping to 2021: The Next Chapter of ICOAH”

A workshop will be arranged by the Conference Chair to discuss the outcomes and get the feedback of the Conference. Participants can share their experiences of attending the conference and express their ideas on areas to be improved in the future.

Moreover, the plans to be executed when organizing for ICOAH 2021  will be discussed during the workshop providing an opportunity for participants to share their views and voice their suggestions in terms of the conference theme, conference tracks, venue, dates, keynote speakers, partners featured events and any other applicable areas. The workshop will provide an insight to deliver the future conferences in a fruitful way with the outputs received by the Conference Chair, Keynote Speakers, Participants, and Organizers.

Date: 18th September 2020
Time: 17:30 ‐ 17:50

Audience: All Conference Participants

Eldad Tsabary


Associate Professor, Concordia University
Coordinator, Electroacoustic Studies (Department of Music)
Coordinator (interim), Fine Arts Interdisciplinary Studies (Faculty of Fine Arts)


As a follow-up to the keynote presentation on “Seeing beyond what we see”: The role picture book illustrators play in the development of a child’s imagination, this workshop will give participants an opportunity to test their imagination as they reflect on their life history and the experiences that foster their imagination. Through a hands-on art making activity, participants will be able to produce a paper book and illustrate their book exploring the possibilities of imagination.
Materials neededOne sheet of plain white paper, no lines; scissors; a pencil with eraser; something to color with (colored pencils, markers, crayons, etc).


aileen pugliese castro


Senior Lecturer, Department of Art Education
Concordia University,