A friendly reminder, the Association of Outdoor Recreation and Education (AORE) is inviting manuscript entries for the 2014 Outdoor Recreation and Education Student Literary Award for both graduate and undergraduate students. Winners receive a conference scholarship (in the form of a reimbursement). Selected manuscripts will be included in the 2014 Edited Papers (proceedings) of the AORE annual conference taking place November 12th – 14th in sunny Portland, Oregon.
Attached you will find the guidelines for submission. Manuscripts must be received no later than September 15th at 5pm PST. Please contact me at rjgagno with whatever questions you may have. Make it a great day!
Graduate Teaching and Research Assistant
Department of Parks, Recreation, & Tourism Management
“Remember that guy that gave up? Neither does anyone else.”
Audience: Association of Outdoor Recreation and Education
Location: Keystone, Colorado
This presentation looked at myths and realities of first aid and the special issues of wilderness first aid. It also examined the various state Good Samaritan statutes and why some first aid “designations” might now qualify under the act.
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This Presentation was given at the 2010 Association of Outdoor Recreation and Education Conference at Keystone Colorado November 2010.
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This Presentation was given at the 2010 Association of Outdoor Recreation and Education Conference at Keystone Colorado.
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The first presentation is First Aid: Myths, Magic and Misconception from a Legal Standpoint which will be at 8:30 AM to 9:30 AM in the Crestone Peak II room.
The second presentation will be Major Legal Issues in Outdoor Recreation and Adventure Travel Law at 1:15 PM to 2:15 PM in the Crestone Peak Room.
Journal of Outdoor Recreation, Education, and Leadership
Call for Editor-in-Chief
The advisory group of the Journal of Outdoor Recreation, Education, and Leadership is seeking candidates for the position of Editor-in-Chief. Deadline: Wednesday, September 22, 2010
Journal Philosophy & Purpose: This peer-reviewed journal focuses on the areas of outdoor recreation, education, and leadership. This collaborative effort between the Association for Outdoor Recreation and Education (AORE), the Wilderness Education Association (WEA), and the Western Kentucky University Research Foundation (WKURF) works to improve research and practice and reduce the disparity between the two in the represented disciplines.
The journal’s mission is to improve outdoor recreation, education, and leadership through the publication and dissemination of peer-reviewed manuscripts centered on professional practice, research, and theoretical discussions. Publishing articles that contribute to the development of theory and practice is a guiding principle of the journal.
Journal Format: JOREL, a subscription-based electronic journal, creates greater accessibility to a global audience while maintaining reasonable subscription rates. In addition, using tools from The Berkeley Electronic Press helps ensure compliance with web content accessibility standards.
Primary Editor Responsibilities: The Editor-in-Chief’s responsibilities include nearly almost all aspects of the journal manuscript publishing process including such tasks as: recruiting manuscript submissions; ensuring manuscript quality; assigning reviewers; tracking submissions and reviewer progress; communication with authors and seeing that publication deadlines are met; manuscript copy-editing and formatting; and publishing manuscripts to the electronic journal.
JOREL will utilize resources from The Berkeley Electronic Press, such as EdiKit Back Office Solutions to assist the editor in these duties. In addition, a small stipend is available for hiring an editorial assistant to assist the editor-in-chief with their responsibilities. The Editor will work with a six member advisory group comprised of two representatives from WEA, AORE and WKURF.
Editor Salary: $3,000 (paid $1,500 per issue).
Appointment Details: One-year appointment with the responsibility for publishing two issues.
Editor Qualifications: The successful candidate will have: a strong demonstrated understanding of the field of outdoor recreation, education, and leadership; a strong publication record; manuscript reviewing experience; and a demonstrated ability to communicate well with others.
Application Process: Interested parties should submit a cover letter and CV highlighting their qualifications to Dr. Raymond Poff, firstname.lastname@example.org, by the end of the day, Wednesday, September 22, 2010.
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CALL FOR ABSTRACTS
2009 AORE RESEARCH SYMPOSIUM – 5th Anniversary
At the 23rd Annual
Association of Outdoor Recreation and Education Conference
Minneapolis, MN, November 5-7, 2009
ABSTRACTS DUE: Monday, May 4, 2009 to Raymond Poff at email@example.com
Abstracts are now being accepted for the 2009 AORE Research Symposium, the 5th anniversary of the event. The symposium provides an international forum for scholarly exchange relevant to outdoor recreation, education, and leadership. Abstracts should present quantitative and/or qualitative research findings -or- conceptual/theoretical discussions pertaining to outdoor recreation, education, or leadership techniques and methods; outdoor recreation behavior; or advances in research methods. Applied and theoretical submissions are encouraged. Research studies to be completed by September 1, 2009 or scholarly discussions may be submitted. Only data that have not been previously published or presented at another professional conference should be submitted. Papers are presented either as formal paper presentations or as posters. All abstracts receive the same blind review without consideration of presentation format. Abstracts for both types of presentations are included in the “Conference Proceedings and Research Symposium Abstracts.” Questions regarding the Research Symposium should be addressed to Raymond Poff at firstname.lastname@example.org or (270) 745-2498. Student attendance and submissions are strongly encouraged.
ABSTRACTS SHOULD BE SUBMITTED VIA E-MAIL AS A MICROSOFT WORD FILE (.DOC) IN THE FOLLOWING FORMAT:
Cover Sheet: This page precedes the 1-2 page abstract and should include:
1. Title of the abstract.
2. Principal author’s name, degree, institutional or organizational affiliation, mailing address, phone number, e-mail address, and summer contact information (June 1st to Aug. 31), if different from above. It is assumed that, unless otherwise specified, this person will make the presentation if the abstract is accepted.
3. Full name, degree, and institutional or organizational affiliation of all co-authors.
4. The author’s preference for presentation format. Indicate one of the following: (a) poster only; (b) prefer poster but would do formal presentation; (c) prefer formal presentation, but would do poster; (d) formal presentation only. Note: Reviewers are not aware of the stated presentation preference. This information, in conjunction with time and space limitations, is used by the symposium chair when establishing the final schedule.
1. Two pages maximum including all discussion, tables, and figures. Abstracts exceeding this page limit may not be reviewed. A reference list is required if citing sources and may extend onto a third page if necessary. References should follow APA 5th edition guidelines.
2. Use 12-point font and one-inch margins on sides, top and bottom of 8 1/2″ by 11″ page with single spaced lines.
3. Abstracts should have a clear title above the first line of text, with no information about the author(s).
4. Use appropriate subheadings. Abstracts reporting empirical studies should contain subheadings identifying an introduction, methods, results, and discussion with a component addressing implications pertinent to the profession. Abstracts reporting conceptual and theoretical discussions should also have an effective set of subheadings.
INFORMATION FOR INDIVIDUALS WHO HAVE ABSTRACTS ACCEPTED:
1. Following the blind peer review, the symposium chair will make final decisions about acceptance, but typically adhere to the recommendations of the reviewers. Abstracts may also be rejected due to time and space limitations, ineffective development of the 2-page abstract, or weaknesses in the study itself.
2. All individuals who submit an abstract will be notified via e-mail of acceptance/rejection by June 30th. Authors whose presentations are accepted must submit a revised abstract (pending reviewer comments) via e-mail by Aug 3rd.
3. Presenters must register for the Conference of the Association of Outdoor Recreation and Education; registration information will be posted on the AORE website, www.aore.org. Please note: all expenses associated with attending and presenting are the responsibility of the presenter(s). AORE does not provide funding to presenters.
4. AORE reserves the right to reproduce and distribute abstracts of all presentations in a conference proceedings publication. AORE does not preclude subsequent publication of the presentation (same version or an extended version) by the author(s) in a journal or other publication.
- You will be notified of the date and time of your presentation after the full conference schedule has been established. Typically, formal presentations are allotted 15 minutes, followed by 5 minutes for discussion. The poster session will be scheduled for about two hours. Poster preparation guidelines will be distributed to authors.
Managing Editor, Journal of Outdoor Recreation, Education, and Leadership (www.ejorel.com)
Dept. of Physical Education and Recreation
Western Kentucky University
1906 College Heights Blvd #21090
Bowling Green, KY 42101-1090
Phone (270) 745-2498 Fax (270) 745-3592