CSCL Essay

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CSCL

Gerry Stahl
College of Information Science & Technology
Drexel University
gerry.stahl@cis.drexel.edu Dan Suthers
Information and Computer Sciences
University of Hawai'i
suthers@hawaii.edu


Abstract. In this paper, we describe the formatting requirements for CSCL 2005
publications, and we offer a number of suggestions on writing style for the worldwide CSCL
readership. These instructions pertain to the published component of submissions only.
Some submissions may require other documentation in addition to the published paper.


Keywords: Guidelines, formatting instructions, author's kit, conference publications

INTRODUCTION
The CSCL 2005 Proceedings will provide a persistent record of the conference, published in
both CD-ROM and paper formats. We hope to give the proceedings a uniform, high-quality
appearance. To do this, we ask that authors follow some simple guidelines. In essence, we
ask you to make your paper look exactly like this document.

The easiest way to do this is simply to download this template and replace the content
with your own text and graphics, being careful not to add any new styles or redefine the
template styles. You may want to open this document in Word and then Save As "CSCL 2005
Template.dot" by saving the Change As Type pull-down list to Document Template.

PAGE SIZE
All material on each page should be centered on an A4 (8.26 x 11.69 inch) page with 2.5cm
(or 1 inch) margins all around. It is important to check these margins even if you use
this Word template, because they might have been overwritten by your local settings.

TOTAL NUMBER OF PAGES
Long papers should be 8-10 pages. Short papers should be 4-5 pages. All other published
material, including doctoral consortium abstracts and descriptions of interactive events
and workshops, should be 2-3 pages. This includes everything: from the title to the
references.

FORMATTED TEXT
Carefully format your submission using the following styles:
Title and Authors
The title (Helvetica 18-point bold), authors' names (Times New Roman 12-point bold) and
affiliations (Times New Roman 12-point not-bold) run across the full width of the page. We
also recommend that you add your e-mail address using the affiliations style. If only one
address is needed, center all address text. For two addresses, use two centered tabs or a
table (as in this paper), and so on. For more than three authors, you may have to
improvise. There should be one blank Normal (10 pt.) line between the title and authors.

Abstract and Keywords
Place two blank Normal (10 pt.) lines after the title, followed by an abstract of about
100 words. The abstract should begin with the word "Abstract." in bold, and should be
formatted in the "Abstract" style provided in this template (like Normal, but indented 1cm
each side). The abstract should be a concise statement of the problem, approach, findings,
and conclusions of the work described.

Place one blank Normal line after the abstract, followed by the word "Keywords." in bold,
followed by a set of keywords, this being also formatted in Abstract style. The keywords
should be chosen to be suitable for both an index of the proceedings and for electronic
search.

One Normal line should follow the keywords before the first section header of your paper.
Body Text
Format the first paragraph of each section (following the section title) in the style
"Body Text," like this paragraph. Please use a 10-point Times New Roman font, or other
Roman font with serifs, as close as possible in appearance to Times New Roman in which
these guidelines have been set. The goal is to have a 10-point text, as you see here.
Please use sans-serif or non-proportional fonts only for special purposes, such as
distinguishing source code text (use 9 point Courier or similar). The Press 10-point font
available to users of Script is a good substitute for Times New Roman. If Times New Roman
is not available, try Times or Computer Modern Roman.

Format all remaining paragraphs of your paper in the style "Body Text First Indent," like
this paragraph. This style is like Body Text, but the first line is indented 0.5cm.

Lists
For lists, bulleted lists, and numbered lists, please use the MS Word styles "List," "List
2," "List Bullet," "List Bullet 2," "List Number," "List Number 2," etc. See example of
List Bullet later in this paper. In general, use of styles rather than manual formatting
is preferable to enable us to give the proceedings a uniform appearance.

References and Citations
Use the standard APA (American Psychological Association) format for references - that is,
a list at the end of the article, ordered alphabetically by first author, and referenced
by publication year in parentheses. Be consistent with capitalization. See the examples of
references at the end of this document. Within this template file, use the style named
"References" for the text of your references (hanging paragraphs indented by 1 cm, with no
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