The MITESOL Conference Proceedings Editorial Team is currently working on a combined two-year volume. James Perren, serving as Lead Editor, will be publishing the 2009/2010 MITESOL Conference Proceedings during the summer and you will be able to purchase your own copy. If you have not alreayd pre-ordered a copy, please contact him to order a copy in advance at firstname.lastname@example.org
MITESOL invites presenters at the 2009 AND 2010 conferences to submit a paper based on their session to be considered for inclusion in the 'Combined' Selected Proceedings of the 2009 and 2010 MITESOL Conferences. Before submitting a paper, please read these instructions carefully and refer to the last four years' published proceedings for examples. Samples of each type of paper are also available on-line at MITESOL's website, http://mitesol.org, in the archived Proceedings section (link on the left).
Send submissions to Dr. James Perren, MITESOL Conference Proceedings Editor (email@example.com):
Manuscripts must be typed and suitable for inclusion in a professional academic journal. Although presenters are expected to submit a clear, readable, and proofread paper, all authors should anticipate working with an editor to refine their manuscript and render it suitable for this type of scholarly publication. The editors reserve the right to make non-substantive changes in the interests of clarity, conciseness, and consistency, but will work with authors on questions of content. Copyright issues will be determined once the editors have selected the publishing firm for this round of the Proceedings.
For all submissions, prepare the following materials:
Please send files in RTF (Rich Text) format as email attachments to the lead editor. Do not send hard copies.
Research papers should include the following sections:
Material Development/Teaching Tips should include the following:
Issues in TESOL should include the following:
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Example of a research paper (Pearson & Spoelhof, 2006)
Example of an issues in TESOL paper (Bogart, 2007)
Example of a teaching techniques paper (Caplan, 2007)