I think you're right-- the Caucus was the Friday night event and the
roundtable was a regular session. That would mean you couldn't present
in both your panel and the roundtable, but you could chair the
roundtable. I've looked at the index of the 1998 convention program, and
it seems that all those who appear on the program more than once do so
as chairs, workshop leaders, or presenters to caucuses or SIGs. So stick
with your Purdue panel and help us out as chair of either the Caucus or
Thanks for making me check up on this. JoAnn, what is your take on this
from last year?
Graham Smart wrote:
> Janice, a question: Wasn't the Canadian Roundtable in Chicago a different
> event than the Canadian Caucus? Roundtables appear to fall under the
> constraining rule while causcuses don't. The reason I'm anxious about this
> is that I'll be submitting a panel for Atlanta with two Purdue graduate
> students and wouldn't want to sabotage them by having my ineligibility
> eliminate the whole panel.
> On Thu, 9 Apr 1998, Janice Freeman wrote:
> > I've had a few queries about the C's multiple submissions rule. I've cut
> > and pasted it into this message for you all to read. It seems to me to
> > say that the papers given in a caucus session don't count under the
> > multiple submissions rule. This would mean that Guy could give his
> > workshop, Graham his panel, and they could both still participate in our
> > caucus roundtable.
> > BTW, I'm still drawing a blank when it comes to catchy titles. I know
> > the intent was to be as inclusive as possible (so we could include high
> > school and college presenters), and "Comp 101" is very
> > university-sounding. So help, please.....
> > Janice Freeman,
> > Centre for Academic Writing
> > University of Winnipeg
> > BTW, if someone could send me the addresses of other Canadian lists
> > (CATTW, TESL, CSSR), it might save some reposting.
> > http://www.ncte.org/cccc/99/format.htm
> > No Multiple Submissions
> > To ensure maximum participation and a fair process for reviewing
> > proposals, the Executive Committee of CCCC has adopted a new policy: no
> > multiple submissions. This policy is based on the Executive Committee's
> > commitment to include as many presenters as possible in the convention
> > program.
> > Under the new policy, a person may be proposed for one—and only
> > one—speaking role (i.e., Forums,Roundtables, three-speaker Panels, and
> > Classroom Samplers). The proposer of a session is responsible for
> > certifying that speakers listed on the proposal are not being proposed
> > for any other speaking role. Participation in Workshops and Special
> > Interest Groups and Caucuses does not count as a speaking role.