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CALL FOR PROPOSALS (Deadline: December 20, 2003)

COLLEGE READING AND LEARNING ASSOCIATION - MID-ATLANTIC REGION
"Communities of Learning: Building Success Peer-to-Peer"

March 19-20, 2004

Randolph-Macon Women's College

Lynchburg, Virginia




Conference Fees         Both Days  Friday Only Saturday Only:
Before January 18, 2004

        CRLA Members    $40             $20             $35

        Non-members             $50             $25             $40

After January 18,2004
CRLA Members:           $45             $25             $40

        Non-members             $55             $30             $45

        Students:               $15             $10             $15


Pre-Conference Workshop Presenters (Friday)

Matt Park and Brandon Smith: Cadet Mentors
Anna Crockett; Program Director
Virginia Military Institute
"Peer Academic Mentoring: A Unique Paradigm"

Luncheon Speaker (Saturday)
Laura Symons
Past CRLA President
Coordinator of States and Regions
"The Learning Assistance Community: What We're Doing Right"

CRLA is a group of professionals active in the fields of reading, learning
assistance, tutorial services, and developmental education, at the
college/adult level. Inherently diverse in membership, CRLA's most vital
function and overall purpose is to provide a forum for the interchange of
ideas, methods, and information to improve student learning and to
facilitate the professional growth of its members. The Mid-Atlantic Region
Conference offers a time- and cost-effective opportunity for learning
assistance professionals and paraprofessionals to accomplish this.
Proposals about all topics of interest to personnel in learning assistance
and developmental education are encouraged, especially as they relate to
this year's topic, including:

                        * attitude/motivational issues  * learning styles
*metacognition
                        * peer advising/mentoring               * web-based
support services                *tutor hiring/training/evaluating


Please share this notice with your colleagues.  Student proposals are also
encouraged
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WORKSHOP/PRESENTATION PROPOSAL

Each session is 50 minutes.  Formats may include individual presentations,
panel discussions, roundtables, or workshops.
Please allow time for questions.  Handouts are encouraged.

INSTITUTION:
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PRESENTER(S):
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                        (Name, Title, Department, Address)
CONTACT PERSON:
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                         (Name. Phone Number, and e-mail address)
AUDIENCE (check one or more):      _____Administrators    ______Faculty
_____Tutors
TITLE OF WORKSHOP:
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AUDIO-VISUAL EQUIPMENT
NEEDED_________________________________________________________________
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ABSTRACT (below or attached; no more than 200 words):






Please send, e-mail, or fax proposals by December 20, 2003 to:  Anna
Crockett

Miller Academic Center

Virginia Military Institute

Lexington, VA  24450

FAX #:  (540) 464-7798

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Call Tina Barnes (Randolph-Macon Women's College; 434-947-8132) or Anna
Crockett (540-464-7769) for additional information.

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