4th Annual Academic Business World International Conference (ABWIC)
Venue: Opryland Hotel
|Event Date/Time: May 26, 2008||End Date/Time: May 28, 2008|
|Registration Date: May 26, 2008|
|Early Registration Date: May 01, 2008|
|Paper Submission Date: May 01, 2008|
Academic Business World (ABW) sponsors an annual international conference for the exchange of research ideas and practices within the three domains listed below (business disciplines, learning, and administration). The aim of the Academic Business World International Conferences is to provide a forum for the discussion of research within business and reference disciplines in education and the social sciences as well as research and experiences in learning and administration in higher education. We wish to promote inclusiveness in research by offering a peer-reviewed venue for the discussion of research in early stages as well as research that may differ from 'traditional' paradigms. A secondary but important objective of each conference is to encourage the cross pollination of ideas by bringing professors from multiple disciplines and backgrounds together for social and intellectual interaction.
If you are interested in moderating a session or reviewing submitted papers,
please contact Dr. Edd R. Joyner (Conference Chair) at email@example.com
Academic Business World seeks the submission of papers in all of the following three domains:
BUSINESS DISCIPLINES DOMAIN
Papers in all traditional areas of business (Accounting, Economics, Finance, Information Systems, Management, Marketing, etc.) as well as any of the reference disciplines are solicited, with particular emphasis on papers in early development stages and papers involved with non-traditional paradigms.
Learning oriented papers that describe new or innovative practices in classroom, laboratory, online, face-to-face, distance learning, or other learning environments in higher education are encouraged. Manuscripts that develop a more theoretical focus on teaching/learning are also desired. The discipline involved (accounting, engineering, art, education, etc) should not be the main focus, but rather the primary focus should be on the learning technique/practice.
ACADEMIC ADMINISTRATION DOMAIN
Administration oriented papers that focus on new or innovative practices in the operation of any academic unit in higher education are wanted. Topics may include: adjunct vs. full-time issues; budget equity with other units; any accreditation issue; finding good faculty; teaching vs. research issues; assessing programs, faculty, students; academic freedom issues; and others. Please do not view this list as exhaustive; papers in all areas of academic administration are sought.
CONFERENCE DATES: May 26th, 27th, and 28th, 2008
CONFERENCE LOCATION: Nashville, TN at the legendary OpryLand Hotel
Business Oriented Track,
Learning in Higher Education Track, and
Administration of Academic Units Track
(Note: The Learning and Administration tracks need not be business oriented--all disciplines welcome)
Full Papers (Eligible Best Paper Award)--May 1, 2008
Full Papers (Not Eligible for Best Paper Award)--May 15, 2008
Individuals not wishing to submit a full paper may submit a
Presentation Abstract or Presentation Outline by May 15, 2008
SUBMISSION GUIDELINES: http://www.abwic.org/Submissions/guidelines.htm
CONFERENCE WEBSITE: ABWIC.org