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From: Open Forum for Learning Assistance Professionals
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Sent: Wednesday, May 19, 2004 11:11 AM
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Subject: Submit your proposal and join us in Baltimore!


Reminder: please submit your proposal for the NCLCA
19th Annual Conference by this Friday, May 21.

Don't miss a great opportunity to share your learning
center's practices and/or research with your
colleagues.

This conference is not one to be missed!  Come join us
in Baltimore from September 29-October 1, 2004.

What a great professional development opportunity to
listen to the keynote speakers Mr. Wilbert Bryant and
Dr. Michael Siegel.  Bryant is the Deputy Assistant
Secretary of the Office of Postsecondary Education, US
Department of Education, and Siegel is a Research
Fellow with the Policy Center on the First Year of
College at Brevard College in North Carolina.

It's not too late!  Take some time today to think
about successful practice, theory, and/or research
that transpires in your learning center.  Choose a
meaningful way in which to share this with your
colleagues.  We all learn so much from each other;
don't miss this opportunity to grow professionally and
to help others to grow.

Your proposal consists of two parts, the Cover Sheet
and the Proposal Abstract.

I. Cover Sheet
The cover sheet, which will be separated from the
proposal when reviewed, should include:

A. Primary Presenter:  This is the presenter to whom
all correspondences will be addressed. Please include
name, title, institution, mailing address (academic
year and summer), telephone, fax and e-mail.

B. Co-Presenters: Name, title, institution, mailing
address, telephone, fax and e-mail.

C. Title: The title of the presentation.

D. Format:  Describe your presentation format.

E. Equipment:  Indicate equipment needs (choice of
video player and monitor, overhead projector, chalk or
marker board, or flip chart). Sorry, NCLCA will not be
able to provide computers or computer projection
equipment or on-line capabilities.

II. Proposal Abstract

A. Title:  Title of your Presentation.

B. Audience:  Specify the group you feel will be most
interested in your presentation.

C. Summary:  Include a 30-50 word summary for your
presentation suitable for inclusion in the conference
program book.

D. Abstract:  The abstract is the primary piece of
your proposal. Provide a description of your
presentation which includes a rationale, content,
methods of presentation and bibliography, maximum 500
words.

Mail three copies of the proposal and cover sheet to:

Linda Dixon
Miami University Division of Student Affairs
Bernard B. Rinella, Jr., Learning Assistance Center
301 S. Campus Ave., Rm. 23
Oxford, OH  45056

You may also submit your proposal electronically to:

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For more information, please see:
www.nclca.org






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