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CFP: TESOL 2004 Electronic Village Special Events

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  • Arlyn Freed
    Please excuse the cross-posting but I m passing the word about the following call for proposals: All the best, Arlyn CALL FOR PROPOSALS FOR FOUR TESOL 2004
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      Please excuse the cross-posting but I'm passing the
      word about the following call for proposals:
      All the best,
      Arlyn


      CALL FOR PROPOSALS FOR FOUR TESOL 2004 ELECTRONIC
      VILLAGE
      SPECIAL EVENTS
      TESOL 2004: "Soaring Far, Catching Dreams"
      March 30 - April 3, 2004
      Long Beach, California, USA
      INTERNET FAIR, APPLICATIONS FAIR, EV MINI-WORKSHOPS,
      and
      DEVELOPERS' SHOWCASE

      ***DEADLINE FOR SUBMISSIONS: January 3, 2004***
      You are invited to submit a proposal for participation
      in one or
      more of
      these TESOL 2004 CALL Interest Section Special Events,
      according
      to the
      guidelines below. Submit a separate proposal for each
      demonstration you
      wish to be considered for. You are welcome to submit
      proposals
      to more than
      one event, and it is possible to have more than one
      proposal
      accepted
      (depending on space availability and quality of the
      submission).
      Windows
      and Macintosh equipment will be available at no
      charge, along
      with CD ROM
      drives, Internet connections, and (for the Showcase
      only)
      projection
      equipment. Plan to bring a minimum of 100 handouts per
      Fair/Showcase
      acceptance slot since these are very popular events!

      WHAT HAPPENS AT THE FAIRS:
      Presenters have approximately 20-30 minutes to
      demonstrate their
      material.
      Participants walk around the EV, dropping in and out
      of
      demonstrations,
      thus precluding highly structured presentations. A
      demonstration
      may be
      repeated a second time (an additional 20 to 25
      minutes), if
      interest
      warrants and space allows.

      WHAT HAPPENS AT THE MINI-WORKSHOPS:
      One presenter introduces a topic to a small group of
      workshop
      participants.
      The workshop is "hands-on."

      WHAT HAPPENS AT THE SHOWCASE:
      There is one presenter at a time, demonstrating
      her/his program.
      Seating is
      provided for the audience.

      For event descriptions, contact details, and proposal
      instructions, go to
      the TESOL CALL-IS website at
      http://darkwing.uoregon.edu/~call/


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