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CALL FOR PANEL PROPOSALS
7th International Conference on Intelligent Tutoring Systems, ITS 2004


The ITS 2004 Program Committee invites proposals for panels on topics
that  should be of timely interest to a broad cross-section of the
ITS community. The panels will be held during plenary sessions.
Panel sessions will typically be about 75 minutes in length, with
ample time for interaction with the audience.

Please include the following information in your proposal:

*  A descriptive title.
*  E-mail address and telephone number for the contact person.
*  List of panelists' names and affiliations and a single (!) sentence
    for each panelist describing this person's' specific qualifications or
    expertise related to the panel.
*  A short description (1 paragraph) of the proposed panel theme and topics to
    be addressed.
*  A brief statement (1 paragraph) of how the proposed panel fits the theme of
    the conference.
*  A brief statement (1 paragraph) of why the panel topic is particularly
    timely.
*  A brief description (1 paragraph) of the panel format, including the role
    that each panelist will take.  Please allow ample time for a Question &
    Answer part.
*  A list of the technology that will be needed for the panel presentations.


TIME LINE

Proposals due:               March 20, 2004
Notification of acceptance:  April 20, 2004
Final versions due:          June 5, 2004


Please send proposals (preferably in .pdf format) to:

Vincent Aleven
Human Computer Interaction Institute
Carnegie Mellon University
5000 Forbes Ave
Pittsburgh, PA 15213
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+1 (412) 268-5475

Please address any questions to Vincent Aleven, [log in to unmask]

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