Shakespeare Electronic Conference, Vol. 5, No. 0036.  Saturday, 15 January 1994.
From:           Stuart Lee <This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.>
Date:           Friday, 14 Jan 94 16:32 GMT
Subject:        CATH '94 Conference: Call for Papers
                                CATH '94
                        "COURSEWARE IN ACTION"
                Computers and Teaching in the Humanities
                          Glasgow University
                        9 - 12th September, 1994
                           CALL FOR PAPERS
CATH is the annual forum of the Computers in Teaching Initiative Centre for
Textual Studies and the Office for Humanities Communication. It provides an
opportunity for those using computers in humanities teaching and research to
discuss new developments, achievements, and methods in the field.
The theme of this year's conference is "Courseware in Action". Papers are
welcomed which concentrate on the practical applications of courseware in the
classroom.  In particular submissions are invited on the following topics:
        -courseware development
        -practical issues pertaining to the implementation of
         CAL in the classroom
        -evaluation procedures
We would especially welcome papers from those new to the subject of
humanities computing.
The conference will be made up of a series of sessions. Each session will last
90 minutes and will include three papers.  Submissions are invited for
individual papers (lasting 20 minutes with 10 minutes for questions) or for
entire sessions.
Furthermore, if you would like to organise a workshop presentation, or
classroon simulation,  then please contact the organisers directly
for more information [It is expected that each workshop or simulation
will last approximately two hours]. During the conference there will also be
a software fair. If you would like to show material at this, then please
contact the organisers as soon as possible to discuss hardware and software
                        Format of Submissions
1) All submissions (paper or electronic) should begin with the following
        TITLE: Title of paper
        AUTHOR(S): Names of authors
        AFFILIATION: Of author(s)
        CONTACT ADDRESS: Full postal address
        E-MAIL: Electronic mail address of main author (for contact), followed
        by other authors (if any)
        FAX NUMBER: Of main author
        PHONE NUMBER: Of main author
2) Length:
        -Individual papers: abstracts should be 300 - 500 words.
        -Sessions: The proposer should submit a statement of approximately
         300 - 500 words describing the overall topic, and also include
         abstracts of 300 - 500 words for each of the papers in the session.
3) Guidelines for Electronic Submission of Abstracts:
These should be plain ASCII files, not word-processor files, and should not
contain TAB characters or soft hyphens. Paragraphs should be separated by blank
lines. Headings and subheadings should be on separate lines and be numbered.
Footnotes should not be included and endnotes only where absolutely necessary.
References should be given at the end. Choose a simple markup scheme for
accents and other characters which cannot be transmitted by electronic mail and
include an explanation of the scheme after the title information and before the
start of the text. Electronic submissions should be sent to:
        This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
with the subject line "<Author's surname> Submission for CATH94".
4) Paper submissions:
Submissions should be typed or printed on one side of the paper only, with
ample margins. Two copies should be sent to the organisers.
5)Deadline for submission of abstracts or workshop proposals:
        Tuesday March 1st
All enquiries and submissions should be directed to:
Centre for Humanities Computing
Oxford University Computing Services
13 Banbury Road
Oxford OX2 6N
Telephone: 0865-273221
Fax: 0865-273221
E-Mail: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

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