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From: richard elliott <elliot...@gmail.com>
Date: Tue, Jul 3, 2012 at 11:17 AM
Subject: First call for submissions:5th NZ Shar-e-fest Oct 1-2 2012 Hamilton
To: richard elliott <elliot...@gmail.com>


Hi Everyone

below is a message from  John Clayton regarding the  first call for submissions for the 5th NZ Shar-e-fest Oct 1-2, 2012  in Hamilton.

Would be great to see you at the Shar-e-fest!  Make sure you get that submission in as soon as possible:-)

PLEASE feel free to send this message on to all your colleagues and anyone else you think might like to be part of an exciting and vibrant community and event :-)

Regards

 Richard

Richard Elliott

Emerging Technologies Centre ,Wintec
for Dr John Clayton

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This is the first call for submissions for Shar-E-Fest(Flyer available: http://sharefest.crowdvine.com/attachments/0002/8391/Call12.pdf)

The programme is based around 5 x 100 minute practical workshops (a 30 seat computer lab is available) and 30 x 30 minute presentations (can include demonstrations/ symposiums/ round-tables / group work) 35 scheduled sessions and with a space for interactive posters (wireless is available).

To make a submission

1.      Go to http://sharefest.crowdvine.com/pages/presentation_guides to review presentation guidelines.

2.      On the presentations guidelines page there is a “Submissions” link. You can use this OR go directly to http://moodle.isle.ac.nz/course/view.php?id=26 and use the relevant TAB to submit an abstract
(NB: To make a submission you need to create a new account: (NB2 Last year’s accounts are NOT VALID:  Link: http://moodle.isle.ac.nz/login/index.php)

3. All submissions will be peer-reviewed by two members of the organising committee using a concept of "rolling acceptance".  What does this mean?

a)      When an author submits a presentation the peer review panel member receives an e-mail notification and can immediately begin the review process.

b)      If necessary peer reviewers can make “suggestions/comments” to the authors of a submission.

c)      Authors can be notified quickly of the status of their proposal.

All presenters attending the conference must register and pay the registration fee ($195 + GST). Registration will open in August

John Clayton

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