2017 ACAL call for papers
Before completing this form please read the information at http://www.acal.edu.au/conference/call-for-papers/ and review the descriptions of the three Conference Strands and the expectations for the four Modes of Presentation. All presenters (excluding invited keynotes) will be required to pay a registration fee.
First name
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Organisation
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Postal Address
Street Address or PO Box, Town, State, Postcode
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Email
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Phone
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Title of proposal
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Abstract (max. 200 words)
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Your bio (max. 100 words)
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Other presenters (if any)
Individual papers may be co-authored - all contributing authors should be listed for presentation details. Provide their name, organisation and bio.
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Which strand best describes your proposal?
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Which mode of presentation will you use?
Details of each mode are at http://www.acal.edu.au/conference/call-for-papers/ PANELS are to comprise a maximum of four presenters and a Chair (who may or may not be a presenter) who will lead the overall session. INDIVIDUAL PAPERS may be co-authored - all contributing authors should be listed for presentation details. WORKSHOPS and PRACTICE TASTERS may be delivered by teams – people having substantive responsibilities during the workshop should be listed as presenters. PRESENTERS will be charged a discounted registration fee.
Do you want your paper peer reviewed?
You may request your INDIVIDUAL PAPER or your paper which is part of a PANEL PRESENTATION be peer reviewed. See requirements at http://www.acal.edu.au/conference/call-for-papers/
Is there a limit on size of group you can present to?
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Dates
Abstracts and proposals are due by March 19, 2017 and acceptances will be notified by March 31, 2017.
If you have requested your paper be peer reviewed additional milestone dates apply. See http://www.acal.edu.au/conference/call-for-papers/
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