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ECA 110th Convention - Attendee Interactive Submission Live!

I am happy to announce the link for submitting your work through Attendee Interactive is now available.

Dear Esteemed ECA Members, 

I hope this message finds you with a positive beginning to your academic year. Your patience in awaiting information on ECA’s 2019 Convention submission process has been greatly appreciated. 

I am happy to announce the link for submitting your work through Attendee Interactive is now available. The link is The link can also be found on ECA’s website at Attendee Interactive

Many of you are likely familiar with Attendee Interactive if you participate in the National Communication Association’s conferences. For a refresher on or to familiarize yourself with how to use Attendee Interactive, I created five screen recordings to demonstrate the following: 

  1. Creating a new account
  2. Submitting a Paper
  3. Submitting a Round Table
  4. Submitting a Poster (Poster submissions pertain to only a few interest groups.)
  5. Submitting a Panel

To access the videos select the following: Attendee Interactive Screen Recordings. By selecting this link, you will be able to download a zipped file containing the videos. You may also access the videos on ECA’s website here

We worked very closely with Attendee Interactive to eliminate wrinkles in the submission process. With any “new build” we may encounter a challenge or two so your patience is appreciated if glitches are encountered. If you encounter a challenge when submitting, please let me know immediately at The challenge will be addressed as quickly as possible. 

I am very excited about ECA 2019 in Providence, RI and I am happy to serve our membership and field as move forward. Thank you again for your confidence in allowing me to undertake this significant and meaningful responsibility. I look forward to seeing you in Providence. 


Katherine S. Thweatt, EdD
Graduate Director, Strategic Communication, M.A.
Associate Professor
Eastern Communication Association, Vice President

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