Educational Posters Needed for Toronto
It's never too early to think about submitting an abstract to the Education Commission of USITT for its annual Education Poster Session.
The purpose of the poster session is to further disseminate information about new and exciting innovations in teaching methodology and pedagogy. The information contained in the poster can cover any area of interest to the theatre educator including, new techniques, new solutions to old problems, old solutions to new problems, results from research, etc. Posters will be juried by a committee. The posters are recognized by many educational institutions as being equivalent to paper presentations at national conferences.
A typed abstract should be submitted by December 15, 2004. Abstracts should be no longer than 200 words and should provide a brief but concise summary of the information presented in the poster. Preferably, abstracts should be submitted electronically (e-mail), but can also be sent by surface mail to: David R. Krajec, Cardinal Stritch University, 6801 N. Yates Rd., Box 101, Milwaukee, WI 53217; 414-410-4170; or email@example.com.
The jury committee will review all abstracts and may contact authors for clarification or modification. The committee reserves the right to refuse a paper due to space limitations. As has been proven by the popularity of the Costume Commission poster session, this is an enjoyable format for sharing new ideas and techniques.