TOMORROW AT ICA 2010 ONLINE! by Wiley Compass
June 21, 2010, 10:00 pm
Filed under: Conference Papers, Keynote Lecture, Publishing Workshop

Here is a quick trailer for the presentations that will be available tomorrow June 22nd at ICA 2010 Online (https://icaconference.wordpress.com)

To discuss any presentations, just use the comments feature with that post!

Best,

The ICA 2010 Online team.

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Tuesday, June 22

06:00am EST/11:00am BST/18:00pm SST (Singapore)

Keynote Lecture: “Language Death: A Problem for All”

Speaker: David Crystal

07:00am EST/12:00pm BST/19:00pm SST (Singapore)

Conference Paper: “Consequences of Media and Internet Use for Offline and Online Network Capital and Well-Being: A Causal Model Approach”

Authors: Maurice Vergeer and Ben Pelzer

Originally published in the Journal of Computer-Mediated Communication, 15:1 (October 2009)

Commentary: Gary Kreps

10:00am EST/15:00pm BST/22:00pm SST (Singapore)

Publishing Workshop: “Why Write a Review Paper? And How to Do It!”

Author: Mike Bradshaw

Tuesday, June 22

06:00am EST/11:00am BST/18:00pm SST (Singapore)

Keynote Lecture: “Language Death: A Problem for All”

Speaker: David Crystal

07:00am EST/12:00pm BST/19:00pm SST (Singapore)

Conference Paper: “Consequences of Media and Internet Use for Offline and Online Network Capital and Well-Being: A Causal Model Approach”

Authors: Maurice Vergeer and Ben Pelzer

Originally published in the Journal of Computer-Mediated Communication, 15:1 (October 2009)

Commentary: Gary Kreps

10:00am EST/15:00pm BST/22:00pm SST (Singapore)

Publishing Workshop: “Why Write a Review Paper? And How to Do It!”

Author: Mike Bradshaw

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