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2007 Pecos Conference Registration

 

  • 2007 Pecos Conference On-line Registration & Payment Link via School of Advanced Research (SAR)
  • Paper-based (Traditional) Registration: (Download, Print & Mail Form): doc or pdf
  • On-site registration will be at the conference main Registration Table: August 9, Thursday (3 p.m. - 8 p.m.); August 10, Friday (8 a.m. - 6 p.m.); and August 11, Saturday (8 a.m. - 12 p.m.) -- Payment by check only
  • Conference Chair Introductory Letter: doc or pdf

Registration Special Instructions:

  • Complete on-line registration by noon on August 3, 2007
  • If you use the paper-based registration form, please make a photocopy of your registration form AND your check
  • Affix proper postage & mail your registration form and check payment to arrive before the deadline (July 20, 2007)
  • Note Bene: If you sign up for a Sunday field trip, please mail your registration form, then ALSO send e-mail to Brent Abel at babel@fs.fed.us and provide your name, your choices, and the number of people in your party. Ask for e-mail confirmation. If you fail to send this e-mail, you are not properly registered for the field trip and could lose your slot.
  • If you have any questions or problems, please contact: Heather Young, Museum Curator, Pecos National Historical Park, P.O. Box 418, Pecos, NM 87552-0418, (FedEx Address: 2 mi S of Pecos on Hwy 63, Pecos, NM 87552), phone 505-757-6414 x 262, fax 505-757-8460, cell 505-470-2520, heather_young@nps.gov

Special Notes for Speakers & Presenters :

Note Bene: If you sign up to present a field report or poster, please mail in your registration form, then ALSO send an e-mail to Jeremy Kulisheck at jkulisheck@fs.fed.us and provide him with your name, and the title of your field report or poster. Ask for e-mail confirmation. If you fail to send this e-mail, you are not properly registered to present a field report or poster and could lose your slot in the schedule.

Field Reports

  • Field reports will be 10 minutes in length ( rigorously enforced, so plan & practice your best ' elevator speech ' )
  • Presenters may bring & distribute paper handouts & other media (e.g., diskettes, cd-rom) related to their field report presentations
  • There will be no A-V support for field reports (in the past, we've sometimes had a flip chart or board upon which folks can draw)
  • There will not be concurrent sessions, so not all field reports may be accepted (submit early proposals)
  • Field report and poster submissions will be permitted until the end of early registration on July 1, 2007
  • Some presenters may be asked to convert their field reports into posters (if by the 1 July submission deadline there are more field report submissions than conference time slots, we will be asking folks to 'posterize' papers that could not be scheduled)

Posters

  • Posters will be accepted, and there will be a poster area (inside a tent)
  • There will be easels for posters, but posters should be free-standing (with a backing so that they can be stood up), or hung on the side of a tent
  • Posters should be weather-resistant
  • There is no limit on poster sizes (note: 36" x 96" [3' x 8'] is the standard max. size for SAA posters)
  • There is no place for poster titles on the mail-in registration form, but please note your poster titles anyway, so titles may appear in the program
  • For suggestions on how to create a great poster, check out Jeffery Homburg's article in the January 2005 issue of the SAA Archaeological Record (Vol. 5, No. 1), "Tips for Improving the Quality of your Poster Presentation"

Electronic

  • Please provide a short URL for both field reports & posters (consider snip, tinyurl or shorttext to reduce your base URL)
  • A short URL will be printed on the program next to the paper or poster title for post-conference access to your presentation
  • Presenters without server space can build a page on wikipedia, or blog a free VOX account, and submit the URL
  • Consider preparing a short video or powerpoint slide presentation for posting on youtube, and submit the URL
  • Do not disclose sensitive site location information & ask trusted colleagues to review your presentation before posting