Call for Proposals
for Proposals has closed. Acceptances were mailed January 31, 2003.
specifically addresses the needs of those who plan, manage, and support
distance education activities. The conference invites proposals from the
introductory through advanced level on topics related to:
growth in distance education
& support for distance instructors
cost-benefit of distance education
distance courses and programs
of distance courses and programs
learning ethics and copyright issues
issues in distance education
to preparing a written paper for the Proceedings and making your presentation
(Paper Session) during the conference at a time and place assigned by the
Conference Committee. Paper Sessions will last 45 minutes each. The typical
session is a presentation with some discussion, but other formats may be
utilized. You may submit more than one proposal. Your proposal should include
words or less)
Name of designated
organization, address, phone and email of all presenters
30 to 50-word
submit the above through
email to Melanie Clay, conference director.
Or mail three copies of your proposal to:
of West Georgia, Honor House
proposals were due no later than December 15, 2002.
will be evaluated by the Conference Committee for relevancy to the field
of distance learning administration; clarity; and usefulness of topic.
Acceptance notices and instructions for submitting final papers will be
sent by January 31, 2002.
developed from accepted abstracts will be published in the printed conference
proceedings, to be distributed to all paid attendees, and sold to others.
All presented papers will be considered for Best Paper Awards within several
categories. Award winning papers will be invited for publication in The
Online Journal of Distance Learning Administration,
and will also receive a certificate.
by The State University of West Georgia
Journal of Distance Learning Administration