This is my video presentation for eLearnning 2.0 Conference in Brunel University on the July 6, 2009 to July 7, 2009.

Title: Wiki Impact on Socialising Learning





13thUNESCO-APEID Paper Submission website
http://cms.unescobkk.org/ocs/index.php/apeid/china/presenter/submission/420



CSEDU 2010 (the International Conference on Computer Supported Education)
http:/ /www. csedu. org/ cfp. asp



http://www.business.uwa.edu.au/research/conferences/phd

Business School

PhD Conference in Economics and Business


The annual PhD Conference in Economics and Business is a joint venture between The University of Western Australia (Business School) and the Australian National University (Centre for Economic Policy Research).
It is held at each of these universities in alternate years. The 2008 Conference was held at the Australian National University.
The 22nd Conference in 2009 will be convened at UWA, 4 - 6 November.

Students and Discussants

Information on accommodation, guidelines for submissions, and conference booking is available for both students and discussants attending the Conference.

Conference functions

Conference functions include:
  • 4 November at 6.30pm - Registration and Reception
  • 5 November at 12.30 to 2.00pm - Lunch
  • 6 November at 12.30 to 2.00pm - Lunch
  • 6 November at 7.00pm - Conference Dinner
Please complete the booking form indicating which of the Conference functions you would like to attend by 18 September, 2009.

Venue


Conference program

The Conference program will be available in October.

Conference contacts


Guidlines for Submissions

Please ensure the following author guidelines are followed so that the bound and distributed papers look as integrated as possible:
  1. The title page should give details pertaining to the title of the paper, author, address and include a 100 word abstract.
  2. Immediately after the title page, please include a one-page preface which puts the paper in the context of your proposed thesis and provides readers with any other relevant background material. Also indicate the name of your supervisor. Please see example conference paper.
  3. The paper should be about 30 pages long, including tables, graphs etc.
  4. The paper should be typewritten and 1.5 spaced with left-hand margin of 3cm.
  5. Details of the references should be provided at the end of the text and not in footnotes within the text. For examples of this style, see the Journal of Political Economy.
  6. Tables and figures should be presented as part of the text and, as far as possible, located immediately after they are first mentioned in the text.
  7. For mathematical material, the style used by the Journal of Political Economy may be useful.
  8. A separate one-page CV is required for inclusion in the Conference Program. Your CV should include personal details, qualifications, publications, employment or professional experience, relevant awards. Bear in mind that your CV may be read by prospective employers.



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