012 Orlando International Academic Conference

The Disney Boardwalk Resort, located on beautiful Crescent Lake, resembles a 1940s Atlantic City. The resort is located near the Epcot theme park and Disney’s Hollywood Studios theme park.

Please join The Clute Institute for our 2012 Orlando International Academic Conference. Our January 2012 conference will be hosted at the Disney Boardwalk Resort located in Walt Disney World.

We offer four tracks at our conference: Business & Economics, Education, Engineering Education, and Health Sciences.

The Business & Economics track provides a forum for faculty to present their research on any accounting, CIS/CMS, economics, finance, management, marketing, related teaching, or other business-related topics.

The Education track provides a forum for faculty and administrators to share proven and innovative methods in teaching at all levels of education. All teaching or academic related topics are welcome, such as teaching methods, distance-learning, tenure, curriculum, accrediation, ESL, K-12 education, higher education, or other education-related topics.

The Engineering Education track provides a forum for faculty to present papers that focus on theory, practice, assessment, and mainstreaming of innovative engineering education strategies.

The Health Sciences track provides a forum for faculty to share health science practice, research, and education knowledge.

If you cannot attend our conference but still wish to have your paper presented, we offer an E-session for your convenience. Your paper will be presented electronically for viewing and discussion using Microsoft PowerPoint with narration (voice-over). More details on preparing this type of presentation can be found here >
You are still required to submit a proposal/abstract or full paper and one author has to pay the registration fee.

You are also invited to attend the conference, even if you choose not to present a paper.

For proposals/abstracts, your submissions should not exceed 1500 words.  Include your name, institute affiliation, mailing address, and email address for all authors.

For full papers to appear in our conference proceedings, your manuscript should be saved as a Microsoft Word-compatible file. Text should be formatted for 8.5 x 11 inch paper, single-spaced at 10 points, with one inch margins and left justified. We generally follow American Psychological Association (APA) guidelines. Your submission should contain the following:

* Name, institute affiliation, mailing address, and email address for all authors
* Paper title
* Abstract
* Keywords
* Introduction
* Body of paper
* Tables, figures, etc. in their proper position in the paper (if applicable)
* Conclusion
* Brief biography of each author (one paragraph, no more than 100 words)
* References

The conference registration fee includes publication of up to 10 pages in the online proceedings. Papers exceeding 10 pages will be invoiced at a rate of $10.00 USD per page or truncated to 10 pages.

Submit your proposal/abstract or full paper electronically via email attachment to [email protected]

Please indicate the specific conference track for which the paper is being submitted.

The registration fee and what you would like included in the online proceedings must be received by December 19, 2011 to ensure that your name and paper appear in the printed conference program and online proceedings. For submissions after December 19, 2011, please contact us to make arrangements.

For more information on this conference and
future conferences, please visit

http://www.CluteInstitute.com

The deadline for abstracts/proposals is 19
December 2011.

Enquiries: [email protected]
Web address:

http://www.cluteinstitute.com/conferences/2012DWconf.html

Sponsored by: The Clute Institute

2012 Orlando International Academic Conference
2 to 4 January 2012
Orlando, United States

Please join The Clute Institute for our 2012
Orlando International Academic Conference,
January 2-4, 2012 convening at the Disney
Boardwalk Resort located in Walt Disney World.
We offer four tracks at this conference:
Business & Economics, Education, Engineering
Education, and Health Sciences.

The Business & Economics track provides a forum
for faculty to present their research on any
accounting, CIS/CMS, economics, finance,
management, marketing, related teaching, or
other business-related topics.

The Education track provides a forum for faculty
and administrators to share proven and
innovative methods in teaching at all levels of
education. All teaching or academic related
topics are welcome, such as teaching methods,
distance-learning, tenure, curriculum,
accreditation, ESL, K-12 education, higher
education, or other education-related topics.

The Engineering Education track provides a forum
for faculty to present papers that focus on
theory, practice, assessment, and mainstreaming
of innovative engineering education strategies.

The Health Sciences track provides a forum for
faculty to share health science practice,
research, and education knowledge.

For more information on this conference and
future conferences, please visit

http://www.CluteInstitute.com

The deadline for abstracts/proposals is 19
December 2011.

Enquiries: [email protected]
Web address:

http://www.cluteinstitute.com/conferences/2012DWconf.html

Sponsored by: The Clute Institute

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