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  Submission Guidelines

Who should submit?
Anyone who has a strong idea for the use of computer graphics and interactive techniques in education and is keen to share the idea with an audience of professional educators. This is an opportunity to disseminate ideas, stimulate analysis and discussion, provide resources to others, and receive professional recognition for your work.

What is the format for presentations at the conference?
There are four possible formats in which to present your ideas:

1. Educators Panel
You have a fully formed idea and a small group of presenters to support or challenge your thesis. You need one or two hours (including questions) in a panel setting to present your ideas.

2. The Forum
This popular venue promotes ideas and discussion with the audience. Typically, one or two people will make a short presentation that raises questions and concerns that your audience can discuss. This format is encouraged for people who have strong ideas and want "in-depth" analysis and commentary from their peers. Pairing of presenters with contrasting views on the same topic is encouraged. This format might last an hour.

3. Educators Paper
You want to present a well-formed idea, proven or theoretical, that will interest your audience and help them in their academic careers. These sesssions might last half an hour to an hour, including questions.

4. Quick Takes
You have a great idea that really only needs up to 15 minutes to present, including questions. It may have a limited audience.

Unsure?
Perhaps you have a strong idea for a presentation but are unsure if or how it might fit in to our conference. Perhaps the idea shows promise, but is not fully worked out. Please send your ideas in and, let us try to fit it into the program!

What is the format and timeline for Submissions?
All work must be submitted online, and must be received by 18 February 2004. All references and attributions must be acknowledged. You must have permission to use any images, etc. from commercial or private sources.

The layout of your text for publication should follow the guidelines for publication.

Accepted submitters will be notified by email in the second week of March.
 
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18 February 2004, 5pm Pacific Time.
   
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