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Blogtalk Downunder » Call for Papers

Blogtalk Downunder
   May 19-22, Sydney

28/1/2005

Final Reminder - Abstracts Due 31 Jan!

Filed under: Call for Papers — ABB @ 1:23 pm

This is it…just 4 days (including the weekend) to submit your abstracts!

The conference is gathering momentum - 3 fantastic invited speakers, the perfect venue (to be announced shortly) and a program of diverse papers and perspectives - all you need to do to be a part of this inaugural event and take the opportunity to present your research, ideas or case studies is submit your abstract - but do it by Monday night!

If you’re hesitant or unsure, or just hate deadlines - send an email and we’ll do what we can to support you!
And remember - all papers will be refereed and eligible for DEST!

1/1/2005

Call for Papers

Filed under: Call for Papers — James @ 12:22 pm

This is an official call for papers that address any of the conference themes. However, potential contributors should not feel restricted to these.

Download the BlogTalk Downunder 1.0 call for papers in PDF format

Papers are welcomed from academics or practitioners across all levels and disciplines. Early career researchers and students are also encouraged to submit abstracts for papers.

Suggested conference themes:

* Weblogs in education
* Weblogs in language & literacy
* Weblog application tools / software
* Weblogs in organisations
* Weblogs as a medium: genres, styles, aesthetics, discourse etc
* Weblogs in social studies
* Weblogs in journalism
* Weblogs in cultural studies
* Weblogs in political arenas
* Weblogs & technologies – RSS, graph theory, network mapping
* Weblogs and knowledge management
* Emergent trends – including moblogging, audio-blogging, vlogs, wikis etc.
* Future issues

Abstracts of no more than 500 words are required in Word format – emailed to: Anne.Bartlett-Bragg [at] uts.edu.au

Please include:

* Your name
* Position
* Institution or Organisation
* email contact
* URL (if relevant)

Acknowledgement will be sent via email within 48 hours of receipt.
Key Dates:

Submission of abstracts: 31 January, 2005

Paper acceptance: 28 February, 2005

Final versions of papers: 31 March, 2005
Final Papers:

Final papers are due by 31 March, 2005. A maximum of 3,000 words. Paper presentations will be a maximum of 20 minutes, with 10 minutes for discussion.

All papers accepted will be blind refereed by 3 people and eligible for DEST.
Workshop Sessions:

Submissions to conduct a half-day (3 hour) workshop are also welcomed.

A detailed outline, including objectives and topics to be covered, will be reviewed by the organising committee.

Participant attendance will be at additional cost to conference registration. Costs of the workshop and fees will be negotiated with presenters.

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