Paper and poster presentations are considered equal in terms of expected scholarly quality. At their core, management and roundtable discussions should have a focus on application.
The following are examples of topical areas. However, we welcome and encourage presentations on other areas of recreation research and management.
Click here to access the online abstract submission website. To review the information needed prior to online submission, click here for the submission guidelines. If you experience any problems when submitting an abstract, please contact Clif Watts at email@example.com.
One LCD projector and laptop computer will be set up in each break-out session room. Speakers are asked to load their presentations onto the appropriate laptop during conference breaks from either a CD or portable hard drive. Any additional equipment is the responsibility of the presenter.
|December 17 , 2012||One page abstract must be received via the abstract submission website by this date.|
|January 25, 2013||Notification of acceptance.|
|February 18, 2013||Full schedule (including presentation times) posted on website.|
Edwin Gomez, Ph.D.
Coordinator, Park, Recreation, and Tourism Studies Program
Old Dominion University
Human Movement Sciences Department
Student Recreation Center, Room 2021
Norfolk, VA 23529-0196
Department Phone: (757) 683-6309
Fax: (757) 683-4270