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Resources for Publishing: Conferences

Tips, Assistance, Tools and Ideas about participating in Scholarly Communication

Presenting at conferences: Submitting conference papers

Professional conferences serve as a hub of scholarly communication and the exchange of new ideas and theories borne out of empirical findings.  This is an enormously important environment for professionals to frequent in order to keep abreast of new discoveries, ongoing discussions and controversies affecting their daily practice.

Author Advice

"Always keep thinking about the next article you want to write, keep writing and polishing your ideas.  when the opportnity comes along, you'll be ready."

 

Sharon Lalla, EdD
Instructional Thechnology, Instructor
University of New Mexico, Las Cruces

 

Klein, S., & Lalla, S., (2011).  Digital ecologies : observations of intercultural interactions in learning management systems.  In St. Amant, K. & Sapienza, K. Culture, communication, and cyberspace: Rethinking technical communication for international online environments. Amityville, N.Y: Baywood Pub. Co.