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ENAT Congress 2007: Abstracts and Papers Update

03/08/2007 | 0 comments

In response to the Open Call for Papers, the congress organisers received more than 50 proposals for presentations and exhibits. For technical reasons it was not possible to respond individually to all submissions by the announced date, 16 July.

Due to the high quality and relevance of the proposals, all abstracts have been provisionally accepted. Each contributor will be contacted individually, in due course, about the type of presentation they are invited to prepare. Presentations will be allocated to one of the following formats:
1. Platform presentation: 10 minute speech addressing common working lines, offering the plenary audience useful conclusions that they may apply within their own fields;
2. Workshop presentation: short presentation contributing to interactive, working session around a specific topic or issue;
3. Showroom presentation (posters): open room for participants to present graphical displays of the main activities of the entity they represent, and/or projects, etc.;
4. Exhibit: open room for participants to present exhibits, products, and/or other information. (Please note: Exhibitors must cover their own expenses for the installation and removal of their exhibits, plus possible running costs).

Presentation papers should be prepared and submitted in advance. These will be distributed to delegates and published on the ENAT Website.

The organisers would like to thank all presenters for their interest in participating in the Congress. All presenters are provisionally registered for the Congress.

Further details about the registration and preparation of papers will be sent by email to each contributor.

The Draft Congress Programme will be published on this Website in September.

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Submitted by: Ivor Ambrose
Author(s): Ivor Ambrose
Language(s): EN

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Date published on the web: 03/08/2007

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Management of tourist venues and attractions | Policy, legislation | Special services for disabled visitors | Tourist information services

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