1st Athens International Writing Centers Conference
"Revisioning Tomorrow’s Writing Center: Roles, Practices, Audiences"

Paper Submission

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1st Athens International Writing Centers Conference

9-10 November 2007

Hellenic American University



Conference Topic: “Revisioning Tomorrow’s Writing Center: Roles, Practices, Audiences”

Specifications of Submissions

  1. Final paper submissions should be a maximum length of ten (10) pages. Papers over 10 pages will not be included in the Conference Proceedings.
  2. All authors are requested to follow the formatting guidelines in order to prepare their manuscripts.
  3. Authors may also use the template provided to prepare their final paper.
  4. The Conference Organizing Committee takes for granted that the specific submitted paper has not been published elsewhere.
  5. Submitted papers will be reviewed by a team of reviewers. Reviewers reserve the right not to accept papers for publication due to late submission, incorrect format, irrelevant content, very short or extreme length, etc. As in the case of abstracts submission, authors of papers not accepted for publication will be duly notified. Reviewers may also ask the author(s) to make revisions by a specific deadline, before they accept papers for publication.

Authors that wish more information or clarifications should contact:

Forwarding address:

  1. All final papers should be submitted as attachment by e-mail to writing@hau.gr. Please zip files to reduce size.
  2. In case there is no e-mail access, please post your submission in a diskette or CD (Word 98 or later version for PC), making certain to label it with author name(s), to the following:

    Writing Centers Conference

    c/o Vassiliki Kourbani

    Hellenic American Union

    Didotou 15

    106 80 Athens, Greece


  1. Deadline for submission of final papers: (begins) 1 October 2007 - (ends) 15 December 2007
  2. Proceedings published by:  March 2008
  3. Formatting Guidelines
  4. Template

Proceedings of the 2007 Conference will be available in book format, to be published in the Spring of 2008. Proceedings will be sent free of charge to all speakers.


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