The Editor and the Executive Secretary would like to thank the many section chairs who made the preparation of this year's program so much easier than last year's by their compliance with the guidelines for program submissions. In only a few cases did we receive abstracts longer than 50-75 words or arrangements of papers that were difficult for us to interpret. Section chairs are urged to comply with further instructions they receive from the Executive Secretary. follow the guidelines which follow in the next paragraph and to SECTION GUIDELINES: In response to many comments, the RMMLA Executive Board would like to make the following recommendations: 1) Papers should be limited to 10-15 minutes in length; 2) There should normally be three papers per session; 3) Each presenter should stay within time limitations; the chair should present a time-slip when the time is almost up; 4) There should be time for discussion in each session; 5) Time should be allowed for electing a secretary (president-elect) from the presenters; 6) Ingeborg Carlson should be given the results of the elections immediately on a sheet of paper containing the name of the section, name of the presiding officer for next year
Rocky Mountain Review of Language and Literature – Rocky Mountain Modern Language Association
Published: Jan 6, 1981
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