We seek your formal contribution to the content of NAWeb 2001 as either a refereed full paper or a poster presentation/short edited paper. Papers/posters on topics related to the conference themes are preferred however papers/posters on any topic related to Web-based learning will be considered..
NAWeb 2001 - the themes are:
innovative and practical uses of the World Wide Web in teaching and learning
extending the reach of existing campuses
creating "virtual" campuses of a new and unique nature
teaching and learning as e-business
evaluations in e-learning
Full Refereed Papers
We are looking for high quality formal conference papers which ideally should present completed research (including action research). All papers will be single-blind (author identity not masked) peer reviewed by at least two members of an international panel of experts. The review will be of the full paper, not an extended abstract. Papers should be 3500 to 5000 words in length (approximately 10 pages) and should ideally make liberal use of hypertext features (that is, they should be primarily designed for delivery on the Web).
Authors who wish to submit a paper to be refereed should download this HTML template and modify it. If accepted, correctly formatted papers will then only need slight additional work before final publication. Alternatively, they can submit a Word file and then convert into HTML once accepted.
This submission process will have three phases:
Submission of the full paper for reviewing
Authors accepted papers will be asked to respond to the reviewers comments and submit papers in final format (using the template mentioned above)
Submission of the full paper once accepted
Call for papers opens March 19, 2001
Full paper proposals submitted on or before June 30, 2001
Final decision on acceptance notified on or before August 3, 2001
Final submission of revised, formatted papers on or before September 10th
Presenters must be registered for NAWeb 2001 on or before September 10th
Papers go to the printers on or before September 24, 2001
Papers will be available on the NAWeb server from September 24, 2001
NAWeb Conference - October 13-16, 2001
NAWeb 2001 - Program Chair - Allan Ellis. Paper proposals should be emailed as attachment to Allan (either as a Word file or using the template available).
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