[eDebate] NCA Deadline Upcoming

Mike Davis davismk13
Wed Feb 11 12:43:07 CST 2009


I am also interested in the second panel.

Mike

On Wed, Feb 11, 2009 at 4:49 AM, Gordon Stables <stables at usc.edu> wrote:

> Over the last few hours I have heard from a number of folks who have
> great NCA ideas, but who are looking for additional panelists. If you
> are interested in completing work to coordinate with these themes,
> please let me know. These are brief outlines. The participants can
> coordinate further details.
>
> Remember the deadline is midnight tonight pst (Wednesday).
>
> Panel 1 - Debate pedagogy outside traditional competition settings
>
> This panel is looking to share experiences and perspectives with
> debate professionals who have worked to apply the skills of
> argumentation and debate beyond traditional competition environments.
>
> Panel 2 - Promoting Public Debate Events
>
> This panel is interested in exchanging perspectives on the planning,
> development and promotion of public debate events. Panelists can draw
> upon a wide range of public debate experiences, including, but not
> limited to, CIDD debates, international exchanges, community
> exhibitions and mediated formats.
>
> Panel 3 - Organizational Coordination and debate 'nationals'
>
> This panel is interested in examining how debate organizations can
> work more closely to schedule and plan tournaments that carry the
> designation of determining national champions.
>
> Let me know if any of these interest you.
>
> Thanks
> Gordon
>
> Gordon Stables, Ph.D.
> Director of Debate & Forensics
> Annenberg School for Communication
> University of Southern California
> Office: 213 740 2759
> Fax: 213 740 3913
> www.usctrojandebate.com
>
>
>
> On Tue, Feb 10, 2009 at 4:16 PM, Gordon Stables <stables at usc.edu> wrote:
> > I know folks this is a busy time, but I want to remind everyone that
> > the last day to submit materials for NCA is tomorrow February 11, 2009
> > at 11:59 p.m. (Pacific).
> >
> > In addition to many communication divisions, many of the debate and
> > forensics organizations are always eager for new work. CEDA, for
> > example, is interested in submissions on many subjects including:
> >
> > - Work by graduate students
> > - Work examining the future trends in competitive argumentation practices
> > - Work discussing future organizational reforms
> >
> > If you are interested in submitted a paper or panel you can go
> > directly to http://www.natcom.org/
> >
> > If you have ideas, but would like to collaborate with other folks on a
> > panel related to the above topics, please let me know.
> >
> > Thanks
> > Gordon
> >
> > Gordon Stables, Ph.D.
> > Director of Debate & Forensics
> > Annenberg School for Communication
> > University of Southern California
> > Office: 213 740 2759
> > Fax: 213 740 3913
> > www.usctrojandebate.com
> >
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-- 
Dr. Michael Davis
Director of Debate/Assistant Professor
James Madison University
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