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The University of Georgia, Hugh Hodgson School of Music

Call for Posters
Meeting Title: 
Ohio Music Education Association Professional Development Conference Research Poster Session 2017
Cleveland, OH
Date(s) of Meeting:
February 2-4, 2017
The Research Committee of the Ohio Music Education Association invites submission of recent research reports for review and consideration to be presented during the Research Poster Session at the Ohio Music Education Association’s Professional Development Conference in Cleveland, Ohio February 2-4, 2017. The deadline for poster submission has been extended to Nov. 8, 2016. 
Types of Submissions Sought:
There will be two kinds of research accepted for presentation: (a) completed master's theses or doctoral dissertations and (b) reports of original research studies. The continuing goal of the Research Poster Session is to encourage and share the work of music researchers, students, practitioners, and independent music educators who teach at all levels. 
Topics Sought:
Research reports in music education or other related music disciplines (e.g., theory, musicology, performance, pedagogy, therapy) are welcome.
Submission Information:
1. To submit completed master's or doctoral final research documents, it is only necessary to submit a copy of the abstract, a copy of the document's title page, and a copy of the signature page which indicates that the paper was accepted in partial fulfillment of degree requirements. The name of the degree-granting institution should appear on one of these pages, or must be included with the submission, as well as the author’s name, address, and e-mail. If all of the above-mentioned items are included, the completed thesis or dissertation will be guaranteed acceptance for presentation. These should be sent by e-mail as a .pdf, .rtf, .doc, or .docx file (scanned, in the case of the signature page) to the address below.

2. To submit a report of any other type of original research project, student or faculty researchers may email a copy of the complete paper, including an abstract, in .pdf, .rtf, .doc, or .docx format. The project should demonstrate sound research practices with appropriate writing style, generally following the submission guidelines found at Small-scale studies, including action research, are appropriate for this forum. The author's name, address, e-mail, and current school affiliation should be included on a separate page/file from the abstract and/or manuscript.

3. Papers presented at conferences, other than previous OMEA state conferences, will be considered as long as this is clearly indicated in a statement included with the submission.

Submissions should not have been previously published and should otherwise adhere to the MENC Research Publication/Presentation Code of Ethics [].
Deadline for Submissions:
The deadline for this year's poster session has been extended to Nov. 8, 2016. Only fully completed works will be considered. Presenters will be notified by email prior to December 1, 2016. A hard copy of the acceptance letter will be provided upon request.

If accepted for presentation, the primary or listed co-researchers must register for and attend the conference to present the poster. Presenters will be expected to supply 40 copies of the abstract and 5 copies of the completed report to distribute.
Meeting URL:
Contact Information:
E-mail the materials to Paul Louth [], OMEA Research Poster Session Chair, with “OMEA Research Poster Submission” in the subject field.
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