"Beyond Boundaries" — The push and pull of change in the academic environment is the subject of the fifth annual International Digital Media and Arts Association (iDMAa) Conference.
It's about connecting — beyond traditional technologies, beyond disciplines, beyond divisions, beyond institutions, and beyond geography. In digital media, communications and art we connect beyond these boundaries every day. This conference is the opportunity to discuss and explore how these connections affect our research, our practice, our pedagogy, and our curriculum. What is the significance of boundaries in a digital world?
iDMAa (http://www.idmaa.org/) welcomes academics, artists, designers, and industry representatives to participate in various conference activities. The conference schedule includes: refereed paper discussions, topical breakout sessions, a juried exhibition, a program showcase and several keynote speakers who are leaders in the digital field. The conference will take place November 8th through 10th in the Old City area of Philadelphia and is hosted by La Salle University.
SUBMISSION: The fifth annual International Digital Media and Arts Association Conference seeks abstracts (500 words maximum) for presentation and/or discussion in the following areas:
Academics--Curriculum, Professional Standards, Creative Practice, Program Case Studies
Media Works--New media Art, Scientific Visualization, Digital Exhibitions, Sensor Environments, Video Installations
Innovative forms--Collaborative Structures, Now content forms: Wireless and Others, Robotics, Circuit Bending, Social Networking, Games, Audio Cultures
Design--Design Curriculum, Design Case Studies, The Shared Space of Digital Media to Design
Business--Fundraising, Business, Venue Development, Privacy, Copyright and Intellectual Property, Globalization
All abstracts will be refereed for acceptance and should:
1. report on the results of creative or research projects that explore new areas of media design, media tools or media education
2. adequately cite related work, to indicate the authors’ awareness of the state of the art and the context of the reported project
3. make claims in a clear and concise manner
4. adequately support all claims it makes
5. follow standard academic paper formatting conventions
6. not have been submitted for publication elsewhere
Submit your abstract online as a word document (file should use .doc extension) by September 1st. Online Entry Form (https://www.uu.edu/forms/conferences/idmaa07/callforpapers.cfm)
All authors participating in the conference will have their abstract posted in the online conference proceedings. Authors will be notified via email of acceptance by approximately September 15, 2007 and should confirm attendance by October 1. All accepted papers must be sent to iDMAa in their final form (word document using your last name in the filename) by November 1 to be reviewed for possible publication in _The Journal of the International Digital Media and Arts Association_.
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