If you are presenting a paper at ACEC 2006?
The Call for Papers period is now closed. Speakers who have submitted papers will be informed by email as soon as possible. Non-refereeed papers will be considered in April and speakers informed soon after. Referee papers wil take until the End of May to approve.
Speakers may continue to add files to their presentation until the conference. We will be producing a Cd of Conference proceedings on September 1, when the Site will release all files and papers. In the meantime abstracts are available publically as soon as the papers have been approved.
We welcome speakers from our International colleagues and Australian colleagues from schools, Universities, Colleges of TAFE and professional associations.
"ITs up here for thinking" is the overall conference theme.
- Leadership and Management
- ICTs across the curriculum
- ICTs in regional, rural and remote areas
- Information Management
- Computing Studies and IT studies
The following session types are being sought:
- Refereed papers
- Non-refereed papers
- Poster sessions
- Symposia or panels
- Computer Workshops
- Non-computer workshops
- Demonstrations on a "trade stage"
We require refereed papers, as well as descriptions of all other paper and session types by March 31 2006. Our academic colleagues will be delighted to know that the fully refereed section meets all the requirements for gaining DEST points. This includes quality refereeing to DEST standards and the issue of an ISBN number along with written confirmation of the refereed status of your paper.
The International Academic Program Committee for the conference is supported by the Referee Board of Australian Educational Computing. Please consider supporting these Boards to develop an outstanding conference.
We now invite you to submit a proposal for a conference session. The proposals will be examined to conform their fit with the conference theme. You might like to help us think ahead and set the agenda for the next two years of professional growth and discovery.
We particularly welcome proposals which enable us to showcase the use of technologies to support learning in remote and rural education and which demonstrate the agendas and creatively thinking being enacted to ensure rural students and teachers have achievements and opportunities to rival their urban colleagues. We also welcome submissions from potential delegates from outside of Australia. We want to learn form your successes and share in questioning the issues and setting agendas.
Communicating with Presenters.
All communication will be with the first presenter whom will be then responsible for communicating with co-presenters if there are any.
All presenters must register but are only required to pay the early bird registration fee.
The conference organisers will provide a PC laptop for each presentation room, projector and audio option in each presentation room. There is an Optima and Apple Lab of 16-20 machines available for computer workshops. All supplied computers will have high speed broadband connection. The conference is wireless everywhere for the convenience of presenters and attendees. Presenters are encouraged to bring their own machine for use in presentations. Presenters with need to take responsibility for ensuring the conference team understand any special software needs well in advance. Presenters will also have to take responsibility for organising and securing special equipment for their conference participation.
Please download your authors kit for additional information. The paper-based call for papers is under construction at this time and due for release soon.