CALL FOR PAPERS
SignWriting Symposium 2014 (SWS-2014)
Abstract submission deadline: April 7, 2014
Presentation submission deadline: July 7, 2014
Online live presentation: July 21-24, 2014
Proceedings published in a web archive: September, 2014
Proceedings published in
a PDF book: October, 2014
1. Abstract deadline: April 7, 2014.
2. Write an abstract that describes your presentation in one page or less. At the top of your abstract, state which of the following categories fits your submission:
• SignWriting in Education
• SignWriting in Literature
• SignWriting in Software
• SignWriting in Research
Longer abstracts will also be accepted, but editors will shorten it to make it fit one page. The abstract will be posted on a SWS-2014 web page, which is still under construction. Abstracts will be posted under one of the above categories. If you feel your presentation does not fit any of these categories, please tell us in an email and we will try to decide together with you what to do…
3. Send your Abstract to both these email addresses:
4. Acceptance notices will be sent shortly after your Abstract is received.
Presentations deadline: July 7, 2014
2. Your presentation can be ANY length you choose, just as long as it is about SignWriting.
3. There are three Presentation Venues: written papers, slide presentations and video presentations.
a. Written Papers accepted in the following formats:
b. Slide Presentations accepted in the following programs:
• Google Docs
c. Video Presentations accepted in the following formats:
Software demonstrations through download links can also accompany any of the above three venues.
You can present in one, two or all of the above three venues. You are also welcome to join us live on the Symposium dates: July 21-24, 2014, on the web. We will announce how that works in a few weeks, when we learn how to do this ourselves - ha!
Before the presentation deadline, we will announce how to post your presentations on the web directly.
One last note: Do not present anything
that you want to keep private, since all presentations and abstracts will be posted on the web, and will remain on the web long after the Symposium has ended. The purpose of the SignWriting Symposium Online is to bring people together and to share our SignWriting work publicly, not only during the Live Presentation dates of July 21-24, 2014, but also in a Symposium Web Archive that will remain on the web for future generations.
This first online Symposium is a learning experience for me (Val ;-), but once we accomplish a successful Symposium this year, it can become a tradition that is easier to work with in the future. So your suggestions for improvement are always welcome -
We look forward to reading and viewing your work with SignWriting, and to possibly meet you in July, online or in
SignWriting Symposium Submissions:
web site is coming…