January 31st thru February 2nd, 2007
Call for Papers
Submit by: September 15, 2006
The submission deadline is 1 week away.
Abstracts for presentations from professionals in industry, government, military, and academia are solicited to provide a comprehensive program on training and learning technologies currently being implemented as well as those in development for future application. Attendees are particularly interested in presentations of case studies which identify the training or learning challenge and then describe the use of specific technology or technological approaches to resolve the problem. Other preferred presentations are those which involve clients or customers who have been involved in the needs and analysis and “solution implementation”. Participants at SALT conferences are interested in how these new and developing technologies can help them assess and improve performance. Additionally, these managers and senior professionals are concerned about controlling costs and demonstrating a return on investment (ROI).
Please submit abstract (s) of your proposed presentation(s) of up to 100 words per topic proposed. Abstracts will be considered for an individual presentation, or as a participant in a panel discussion. We are also seeking proposals for ? day pre-conference tutorials. A proceedings will be prepared and you should indicate whether you will provide a paper prior to the conference which will be included in the proceedings. Submissions should be received by September 15, 2006. Be sure to include the author’s name, title, organization, address, phone number, previous experience giving presentations, and email address. If you have additional questions or would like to discuss your ideas, please call John Fox at (540) 347-0055. Submit on-line at http://www.salt.org/index.htm?salt.asp?pn=ocall&mtid;=85 or send to SALT®, 50 Culpeper Street, Warrenton, VA 20186. Phone: 540-347-0055 / Fax: 540-349-3169 / email: [ ]email@example.com The program schedule will consist of pre-conference tutorials on Tuesday, January 30th, and the main conference presentation sessions on Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday, January 31st, February 1st, and February 2nd, 2007.