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Virtual Engagement at #ISA2018

The Ad Hoc Committee on Virtual Engagement invites proposals for panels and papers that could benefit from the creative use of virtual engagement tools (like video conferencing, real-time updates through social media, live feeds, video streams, etc). These panels and papers can cover topics related to virtual engagement but the Committee is interested in any international studies scholarship that would like to incorporate virtual engagement tools in their ISA presentation. The Committee hopes to work with paper and panel proposers to identify ways to spread their scholarship to a broader audience at the 2018 ISA Conference. Proposals can include ideas about which virtual engagement tools would be beneficial for their presentation.

If you have a project that you think would benefit from the use of virtual engagement capabilities, be sure to mark it for consideration by the Committee during the proposal submission process. Be sure to note equipment/software that you anticipate needing during the submission process. Please note that ISA cannot guarantee virtual engagement capabilities, but the Ad Hoc Committee on Virtual Engagement will evaluate all requests. 

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