“Electronic Communities: Experimenting, Writing and Designing”
4th Annual Conference
April 19-22, 2001
Dakota State University
The Great Plains Alliance for Computers and Writing (GPACW) is a regional branch of the national Alliance for Computers and Writing. GPACW encourages teachers, scholars, artists, librarians, administrators, instructional technology experts, and writers from all disciplines and levels to submit proposals for workshops, demonstrations, or presentations. You may use the following threads as guidelines or propose one of your own.
English Studies and Writing Classes
Writing Across the Curriculum (WAC)
Writing Intensive Courses
Information Literacy Instruction
Computers and Critical Literacy
OWLs (Online Writing Laboratories)
Assessment and Policy Issues:
Computing Entry-Level Writing Assessment
Computing Writing Proficiency Exams
Computer Literacy: Definitions and Issues
Guidelines for Submitting Proposals:
Proposals for individual presentations or entire sessions (panels, workshops, roundtables, and multimedia presentations/performances) are invited. Proposals for individual presentations should be 250-400 words long; proposals for entire sessions should be 400-600 words long. All proposals will be submitted to blind review. List your name (and the names of all session participants if applicable), institutional affiliation(s), email address(es), snail mail address(es), telephone number(s), fax number(s), and proposal title(s) on a cover sheet. Include the cover sheet with each separate proposal.
Mail proposals to GPACW Programming Committee, College of Liberal Arts, Dakota State University, Madison, SD 57042. If you prefer, you may email proposals (no attachments, please) to GPACW@pluto.dsu.edu or fax proposals to (605) 256-5021.
Proposals Due: November 15, 2000.
Acceptance Notices Issued: January 15-30, 2000
Check the website listed below for additional information.
Assistant Professor of English
College of Liberal Arts
Dakota State University
Madison, SD 57042
Phone: 605-256-5808; Fax: 605-256-5021
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