2015 Savannah Conference Abstract Submission Page
DEADLINE DATE FOR SUBMISSION IS February 6, 2015.
ABSTRACT SUBMISSION INSTRUCTIONS
Please read the entire submission instructions before proceeding to submit your abstract(s).
FOR ORGANIZED PANELS, ROUNDTABLES OR WORKSHOPS
If you are submitting an ORGANIZED PANEL, ROUNDTABLE OR WORKSHOP, please read the definitions below to select the appropriate category and click on the correct link to submit your proposal.
ORGANIZED PAPER PANELS
An Organized Paper Panel consists of three (but no more than four) paper presenters, one chair, and optionally, one discussant, and lasts for 90 minutes. Individual papers should not exceed 20 minutes in length and will be followed by 10 minutes of discussion time.
Please note that ALL paper presenters on an Organized Paper Panel will also need to submit an individual paper abstract, using the Individual Abstract link immediately below.
The Panel Organizer should submit information about the organized panel, using this link: Organized Paper Panel Abstract Submission.
Individual presenters on Organized Paper Panels should submit their individual paper abstracts using this link:
Individual Paper Abstract Submission.
An Organized Roundtable Panel, where typically 3-6 people will discuss a common theme, idea or topic with moderation provided by a Chair, consists of each participant presenting a five-minute opening statement, preceded by a conversational dialogue with the other panel members and the audience.
Roundtable Panel Sessions do NOT have individual papers presented. If individual papers will be presented, please submit the proposal using the regular ORGANIZED PAPER PANEL abstract submission links in the previous section.
To submit information for an Organized Roundtable, click here: Organized Roundtable Panel Abstract Submission.
Workshops on specific teaching techniques or practices and may have between 1-4 panelists. Individual papers may or may not be presented in a workshop.
If Individual Papers will be presented in the WORKSHOP, please note that EACH presenter will also need to submit an Individual Paper abstract, using the Individual Abstract link below.
The Workshop Organizer should submit information about the workshop panel using this link: Organized Workshop Panel Abstract Submission.
Workshop panelists who intend to present an individual paper should submit their individual paper abstracts using this link:
Individual Paper Abstract Submission.
FOR INDIVIDUAL PAPERS, POSTER SESSIONS, and MEET THE AUTHOR SESSIONS
ALL paper presenters will need to submit an Individual Paper Abstract, whether part of an Organized Paper Panel or not. If your paper is part of an Organized Paper Panel, there will be a field to indicate the Organized Panel title and the panel organizer’s name. If your paper is not part of a pre-organized panel, leave the field blank. Submit your abstract using this link: Individual Paper Abstract Submission.
Poster sessions present a different way to convey information on the teaching of world history. Click here for Guidelines for Creating Conference Posters. Submit your abstract using this link: Individual Poster Abstract Submission.
MEET THE AUTHOR
Meet the Author sessions provide an excellent opportunity for exchanges between authors and end-users of books and texts, explanations of methods, and suggestions for use. Each author is free to decide how to best utilize this session. Authors are asked to provide a brief description of how they intend to use this time to attract the most appropriate audience. Submit your abstract using this link: Meet the Author Proposal Submission.
Please note: ALL paper presenters, whether part of an organized panel or not, will need to submit an individual abstract using the “Individual Paper Abstract Submission” link above.
To download the Abstract Submission Instructions in hardcopy format, click here: Submission Instructions.
If you have any questions regarding your submission please contact Maryanne Rhett, Conference Program Chair, at: email@example.com.