Your paper must not have been previously presented or scheduled for presentation anywhere. Submitted papers must not have been published or accepted for publication. If a paper is under review, it must NOT appear in print before the EAM meeting.Subsequent publication elsewhere, with proper acknowledgement, is encouraged.
- one suitable track for the submission, See track descriptions at https://www.eaom.org/tracks.
- whether it relates to the conference theme
- the submission type - paper, panel discussion, symposia, poster, case, or experiential learning session
For Submission Guidelines and manuscript formatting for submission to the CASE Association, please visit: https://www.caseweb.org/resources/
MANUSCRIPT FORMATTING FOR PAPERS
MANUSCRIPT FORMATTING FOR PANEL AND SYMPOSIUM
Proposal for a panel or symposium are not double blind reviewed. A symposium can be in either a panel format or a presenter format. A panel symposium engages a group of panelists in a formal, interactive discussion around a particular topic. A presenter symposium involves a collection of authored papers revolving around a common theme. We are especially interested in symposium related to the Conference Theme: Being Human in the Digital World. Panel/Symposium may run for 30, 45 or 60 minute sessions, depending on space available. A panel or symposium can be submitted to only one track.
In your proposal, please include:
ELA TRACK SUBMISSION GUIDELINES & SAMPLE
MANUSCRIPT FORMATTING FOR EXPERIENTIAL LEARNING EXERCISES
- Introduction to the exercise –write a short rationale for why the topic is important/relevant to the study of management, concepts or theories typically taught, and how the exercise will facilitate student learning. You need not review why experiential learning is needed.
- Instructions for presenting the exercise including the following: a) learning goals, b) approximate timing for whole exercise and individual parts, c)number of participants or group size, d) materials and technology needed, e)appropriate level (undergrad, grad, executive), and f) preparation needed for students and for the instructor.
- Teaching notes –describe in detail the steps and timing involved in doing the exercise. Try to write instructions that assume the instructor has never seen the exercise before and wants to use it the following day in class.
- Debriefing –discuss in detail how you debrief the exercise. Include specific questions for the instructor to ask to process the exercise, hints on ways to make the exercise work effectively, what could be expected when running the exercise, and possible variations in the use of the exercise.
- A summary of students’ reaction to the exercise.
- Presentation at ELA –explain how the exercise will be demonstrated during a 30-minute session at the ELA Conference. Discuss the extent to which session attendees will be able to participate in the exercise.
- Appendices –a copy of the complete exercise and any handouts, materials or resources used in the exercise.
PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT WORKSHOP (PDW) SUBMISSION GUIDELINES
The Professional Development Workshops (PDWs) are a platform for colleagues to share knowledge and expertise and foster the professional development of workshop participants. It is an opportunity to develop innovative and creative workshops that will benefit EAM members. PDW proposals can be submitted only to the PDW track. Proposals must be a minimum of 4 pages and must include and be organized in the following order:
- Page 1: Title page which contains up to 250-word abstract of the workshop
- Page 2: One page explanation as to why the workshop should be of interest
- Page 3: One page description of the workshops' format
- Page(s) 4-6: One to three page overview of the workshop
PDW Proposals should use the following page format: Times New Roman 12-point font, double-spaced, 1-inch (2.5cm) margin all around, 8.5" x 11" page setting. Your proposal should be submitted as a Microsoft Word (.doc, .docx) file format.
POSTER SUBMISSION GUIDELINES
Research posters summarize information or research concisely and attractively to help publicize it and generate discussion. The poster is usually a mixture of a brief text mixed with tables, graphs, pictures, and other presentation formats. At a conference, the researcher stands by the poster display while other participants can come and view the presentation and interact with the author.
To submit a poster, you’ll need to have the following information: