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Electronic Proceedings of the Annual Conferences of the
American Mathematical Association of Two-Year Colleges
INSTRUCTIONS FOR AUTHORS

AMATYC will be pleased to publish your presentation or contributed paper to the AMATYC Annual Conference on its website. By making the proceedings available via the Internet, your presentation will be accessible to the mathematics community worldwide.

To publish your presentation or contributed paper, you will need to send the following to web@amatyc.org.

  • Title of Presentation (as listed in the conference program)
  • Names of Author(s)/presenter(s)
  • E-mail of each presenter
  • Electronic file(s) or URL
Due to a large number of submissions the website coordinator receives, your submission will not be acknowledged. However, your submission will be published online at the AMATYC Proceedings Page within two weeks of your submission. If you do not see your submission published online within two weeks, please contact the website coordinator at web@amatyc.org.

To help us publish your submissions more quickly and effectively, please pay attention to the following:

  • Membership: If you are not an AMATYC member, please join AMATYC before you submit your paper. AMATYC will publish you presentation free of charge if you are an AMATYC member.

  • Please do not include materials that others have copyrighted.

  • References: References to published literature should be quoted in the text in square brackets and grouped together at the end of the paper in numerical order of appearance.
    • Journal references should be arranged thus:
      1. WANG, T., Using a Computer Algebra System in Teaching Mathematics, PRIMUS, Vol. IV, No.3, pp284-300, Sept.(1994).
    • Book references should be given as follows:
      2. FINNEY, WEIR, and GIORDANO, Thomas' Calculus with Early Transcendentals, 10th Edition, Addison-Wesley (2001).
    • Online references should be listed as:
      3. JONES, J., Successful Students in the Internet Classroom, http://www.amatyc.org/Proceedings/SaltLakeCity29/html/Judy-Ann-Jones.html (2003).

  • Length of your submission: There are no length restrictions in terms of the number of pages. However, please try to limit the size of your files to 1 MB.

  • Format of your electronic files: Microsoft Word, HTML, PDF, and Powerpoint files are acceptable. If your paper is published to a web page, you may submit the URL of your paper instead of an electronic file.

  • Multiple Submissions: Submit each paper or presentation separately.

  • Disclaimer: AMATYC reserves the right to determine if your paper is appropriate to be published on the AMATYC web site and the right to edit or modify your documents. It is your responsibility to check for errors and opinions of your presentations. Publishing your papers does not mean that AMATYC agrees with and supports your opinions.

Questions? Contact the website coordinator at web@amatyc.org.


 

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11/17/2016 » 11/20/2016
42nd Annual Conference, Denver CO

42nd Annual Conference
Denver, CO
November 17-20, 2016


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