If your presentation is accepted, you are strongly encouraged to post it as a text or PowerPoint file to the presentation repository by November 1, 2011. The contributions will remain online as part of the conference materials after the conference. You will be notified of the presentation repository site at a later date by the conference management team. Session abstracts and information about the presenters also will be included on the site.
IMPORTANT: In order to post your final presentation to the conference website, you will need an account on sloanconsortium.org. Presenters will be provided instructions on how to create an account and upload their presentation materials.
This year presenters will also have the option to have a 4–6 page paper included in the published conference proceedings. Additional details will be available when final decisions have been made on presentations that have been accepted for the 2011 conference.
You may also submit an expanded version of your proposal as a paper for consideration for publication in the Journal of Asynchronous Learning Networks (JALN). The JALN is a research journal and considers only research papers with data and new results. Papers should be submitted electronically at: http://jaln.sloanconsortium.org/index.php/jaln/login for review.