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AFRIK-IT  October 1997

AFRIK-IT October 1997

Subject:

Texas A&M/CDLR '98 Distance Learning Conference (fwd)

From:

Max Freund <[log in to unmask]>

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African Network of IT Experts and Professionals (ANITEP) List

Date:

Tue, 21 Oct 1997 01:11:16 -0400

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Please forgive all the cross-posting...

-M

>Date:         Wed, 13 Aug 1997 16:36:45 -0500
>Sender: Latin American and Caribbean Electronic Distance Education Forum
>              <[log in to unmask]>
>From: Fernando <[log in to unmask]>
>Subject:      Texas A&M/CDLR '98 Distance Learning Conference
>To: [log in to unmask]
>
>Could you post the following conference announcement? Thank you.
>Fernando Mortera
>Research Assistant
>Texas A&M University
>Center for Distance Learning Research
>E-mail: [log in to unmask]
>      or   [log in to unmask]
>*********************************************************************
>The Fifth Annual
>Distance Education Conference
>To be held in Austin, Texas at the Sheraton Austin Hotel
>January 27-30, 1998
>Sponsored by The Center for Distance Learning Research
>at Texas A&M University and GTE
>
>CALL FOR PAPERS
>
>
>
>This year's theme, "Networking Now", emphasizes the importance of both
>human and electronic networking as a means of exchanging ideas, experiences
>and strategies in the field of Distance Education.  The conference itself
>is intended to be a prime example of the networked model of communication.
>
>The program will consist of distance education presentations, symposia, and
>workshops, selected through a peer review process in the following areas:
>        K-12 Education
>        Higher Education
>        Community Colleges/Technical Institutes
>        Corporate Training
>        Health Care Training
>        Government Training
>
>Program Sessions - scheduled in fifty minute time periods with one paper
>being presented per session.  Symposia with multiple presenters are also
>scheduled for fifty minute sessions.
>
>Topics - proposals may be submitted on either research or applications
>topics.  Only submissions that have not been previously published or
>presented at another professional meeting are eligible.
>
>Authors - the name of an individual may not appear as first author on more
>than three proposals.  A participants name may not appear in the program
>more than four times, excluding invited addresses and awards.
>
>Presentation - the author of an accepted proposal must present the
>submission at the conference.  If the author in unable to make the
>presentation, he or she should contact the conference chair immediately to
>determine an appropriate course of action.  It is not appropriate to read a
>completed paper in any of the meeting sessions.
>
>Submission Dates - to be considered, proposals must be received no later
>than September 30, 1997.  All proposals will be reviewed by at least three
>individuals.  Review criteria may be obtained by contacting the conference
>chair.  Authors of accepted papers will be notified no later than October
>31, 1997.  Accepted papers will appear in the Conference Proceedings,
>distributed to paid registrants, and offered for sale to others at the
>conference.  Authors are required to submit a copy of their papers no later
>than December 12, 1997.  Guidelines will be mailed with acceptance letters.
>
>Submitting a Proposal
>Research Topic Proposals Should Include:
> Cover sheet with author(s) name, title, address, phone number, fax number
>and e-mail address.
> A two-page, single spaced, typed summary.  The summary should explicitly
>deal with as many of the following as applicable, preferably in this order:
> Objective
> Perspectives(s) or theoretical framework
> Methods and/or techniques
> Data source
> Results and/or conclusions
> Educational importance of the study or relevance to the field
>
>Application Topic Proposals Should Include:
> Cover sheet with presenter(s) name, title, address, phone number, fax
>number and e-mail address.
> A two-page, single-spaced, typed summary.  The summary should cover the
>following areas, preferably in this order:
> title
> description/abstract
> outline of the proposed session
> target audience (i.e. K-12, Government, Higher Ed.)
> anticipated size of audience
> format of presentation (lecture, small group, panel discussion, round
>table discussion)
>
>Submit proposals by mail, fax, or e-mail to:
>Dr. Larry M. Dooley, Conference Chair
>Distance Education Conference
>Center for Distance Education Research
>Texas A&M University
>College Station, TX 77843-1588
>Phone:  409/862-7574
>Fax:  409/862-7127
>e-mail:  [log in to unmask]
>WWW address:  http://www.cdlr.tamu.edu
>



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Max Freund                       |                72 N. Hinsdale Rd.
[log in to unmask]           |                Chesterfield, NH 03443
School for International Training, Program in Intercultural Management
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