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Thirty-Third Annual Conference, International Association for Jazz Education

New York, January 2006

The International Association for Jazz Education invites
technology-related proposals for the 33rd Annual Conference in New York
City, January 11-14 2006. The official announcement is appended below.
Presenters must be IAJE members and will receive complimentary credentials
for the conference.

Please contact George Hess (hessj1gj@cmich.edu) for the proposal form or
more information.

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33rd Annual IAJE International Conference

January 11 - 14, 2006 -- New York, New York


Technology Track Sessions
While not specifically required, it is suggested that each proposal
demonstrate a clear relationship to jazz pedagogy, jazz performance or
jazz practice. We encourage proposal submissions on the following topics:

* Computer Assisted Instruction
* Notation Software
* Sequencing Software
* Electronic Musical Instruments
* Electronic Performance Ensembles
* Digital Audio
* Internet
* Multimedia
* ProductivitySession Formats
	* Within each category we encourage proposal submissions for
          lecture/presentations and hands-on tutorial sessions. Industry
          showcases/product demonstrations should have a clear
          relationship to jazz pedagogy, performance and practice.
	* Emphasis should be placed on competency acquisition so that
          attendees will leave with new skills in addition to the
          knowledge and the enthusiasm normally generated by technology
          presentations. Hands-on sessions should focus on one or two
          aspects of a program, rather than an overview. 
	* Sessions will have a maximum 50-minute time slot, plus 10
          minutes for set-up and tear-down.

General Information
*	All expenses for the proposed clinician are the responsibility of
        the clinician or sponsor and not that of IAJE. Additionally, IAJE
        membership is required of all clinicians.
*	IAJE encourages sponsors to confirm the availability of the
        proposed clinician before submitting a proposal.
*	Sessions presented at the 2005 conference are not eligible to be
        presented at the 2006 conference.
*	For more information contact George Hess; IAJE Technology Track
        Coordinator; School of Music; Central Michigan University; Mt.
        Pleasant MI 48859; e-mail: hessj1gj@cmich.edu; tel: +1-(989)
        774-1960; fax: (989) 774-3766.

Deadline: Completed Technology Track proposals must be received on or
before April 10, 2005.

Notification
*	Receipt of your e-mailed proposal will be acknowledged by return
        e-mail within five business days of submission.
*	Programming Decisions will be announced by July 2005.


Technology Session Proposal Guidelines
*	Request an e-mail copy of the electronic proposal form from Track
        Coordinator George Hess at hessj1gj@cmich.edu.
*	Complete all 14 items outlined in the Technology Session Proposal
        Form and return as an electronic submission.
*	Due to the nature of the selection process, incomplete or late
        proposals will not be reviewed.
*	Complete and e-mail your proposal to George Hess at
        hessj1gj@cmich.edu.

All Technology Track proposals must be submitted electronically and
received by Technology Track Coordinator on or before April 10, 2005.

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