CSCA - Communication Education IG - 2013 Call for Papers Reminder
Communication Education INTEREST GROUP
Call for Submissions
Central States Communication Association Conference
Kansas City Marriott Downtown
Kansas City, Missouri
Communicating the Possible
April 2 – April 7, 2013
The Communication Education Interest Group invites all members of CSCA to submit competitive papers, programs, and interactive panels to be considered for programming at the 2013 CSCA conference to be held in Kansas City. Our interest group focuses on the teaching and learning process. We welcome a range of topics, and we especially encourage members to develop provocative panels that focus upon the convention theme. For panel ideas, discussions about the convention theme, or to simply meet other members of the division, please see the division's Facebook group page at: http://www.facebook.com/group.php?gid=71002636769.
We welcome a variety of formats, including competitive paper panels, internet discussion groups for which papers are read prior to the conference and sessions focus on responding and discussing the papers, roundtable discussions, spotlight and dialogue sessions, debates, and high density programming. Possible topics for papers and panels include: online classrooms/textbooks, intersecting methodologies in instructional communication research, partnering with community colleges, instructional research at the K-12 levels, ways to involve students in course creation, research or discussion highlighting unique elements of pedagogical relationships, understanding the role communication plays in instruction outside of the classroom setting, and addressing needs in development courses at the university level. In light of the conference theme, we strongly encourage the submission of panels that are co-sponsored with other CSCA units.
Awards: The Communication Education Interest Group presents several awards. The Gustav Friedrich Award is presented to the top student competitive paper and includes a certificate and a $50.00 prize. We also award certificates to the top three competitive papers submitted to the interest group.
Guidelines for Submission:
(1) Papers: Only completed papers will be accepted. Papers must conform to APA standards and include a title page that is a separate document from the paper, allowing author identity to be concealed. Remove all author references in the text of the paper. Students (including graduate students) should type "STUDENT" on the upper right-hand corner of the title page. Indicate if author(s) is/are CSCA Members. “Student” papers are those that are authored only by the student. Faculty mentors/advisors may not appear as an author on a “student” submission.
(2) Panels: Individuals proposing panels must complete and use the 2013 CSCA Panel Proposal Request Form available on the CSCA website. Panel submissions must also include the following: (a) title, (b) abstract, and (c) a complete list of participants along with their institutional affiliations, contact information (address, e-mail, and telephone), and if they are CSCA Members.
All papers must be submitted electronically using Microsoft Word. Documents sent using any other format will be returned to the sender. An e-mail acknowledging receipt of paper and panel proposals will be sent for each submission. All media requests must be made at the time of submission. Please only request media if it is absolutely essential to your presentation, as media requests will be closely examined before approval. Laptop computers will not be made available for presentations. Your submission implies that you agree to follow appropriate presentation guidelines if your paper/panel is accepted (i.e., it is generally unacceptable to read your paper to those in attendance).
Submissions must be received by October 5, 2012.
Remember to check out the CSCA FB page link:
Send all submissions electronically to:
Department of Communication
Western Kentucky University
Bowling Green, Kentucky 42101
Office Phone: 270-745-5889
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