AAF 2012


American Advertising Federation National Conference, Austin, 2-5 Jun 2012; Deadline 17 Dec

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Call for Papers
Second Annual Refereed Pedagogy Poster Session for Advertising Education Practice & Research

American Advertising Federation National Conference
June 2-5, 2012 — Austin, Texas

First Round: Submission Deadline for Extended Abstracts Only:
Midnight Saturday December 17, 2011

Share your successful teaching innovations and pedagogy research with advertising educators, professionals, and students at the American Advertising Federation National Conference.

The AAF National Academic Committee is sponsoring the second annual competition to encourage advertising educators to participate in the AAF National Conference and to facilitate the dissemination of innovative and effective teaching techniques in advertising. All submissions will be double blind-reviewed and authors will receive decisions no later than February 29, 2012.

Second Round: Accepted authors must submit completed papers to the competition organizer no later than May 5, 2012. Accepted completed entries will automatically be reviewed for publication in the Journal of Advertising Education following the conference. Please consult JAE contributor information for paper style and page length guidelines http://journalofadvertisingeducation.org

Accepted presenters will host their display during a poster session at the national conference in Austin, Texas. Easels and tables will be provided on which to display your poster. Accepted presenters must register for the conference upon presentation acceptance. Special registration rates will be available to academics and posted to the AAF Web site for conference registration details (www.aaf.org).

To be considered, please submit two separate PDF files.

First File: Cover Page includes (1) Name of Presenter (2) Affiliation (3) Contact Information (4) Title

Second File: Extended Abstract includes – (1) Title (2) A 100-word abstract describing the research or innovation to be presented (3) Explanation of your study or application including objectives and outcomes (1200-word maximum) (4) DO NOT include author name(s) on the abstract

Email submissions to: Ludmilla Wells at LWELLS@FGCU.EDU

Deadline: Midnight Saturday December 17, 2011