Please consider submitting a one-page proposal of your research/work for presentation at the research poster session that will take place during the OkMEA Winter Conference, January 19-22, 2022, at the Cox Business Center/Doubletree Tulsa-Downtown in Tulsa, OK. All faculty, graduate students, and research-minded teachers in music education and related fields are encouraged to apply.
Research Poster Session – January 21, 2022, 9:00am, Cox Business Center
Proposals should be in the form of a one-page abstract (under 1000 words – preferred length is 400–600 words without references) and should summarize, in prose, the following elements of your study:
A reference list is optional and can be submitted separately. Please know that ALL paradigms, methodologies, and approaches to research in our field are welcomed and encouraged (e.g., philosophical, historical, or empirical research; quantitative or qualitative; descriptive, causal-comparative, correlational, or experimental; action research; and so on). Reports of research-in-progress (with expected completion by the conference date) are also welcome.
Deadline and Submission Process
Deadline for Proposals:
Saturday, October 23, 2021
Submit Proposals here:
Meeting this deadline will make it possible to advertise specific presentation topics and presenters in the OkMEA program. Proposals submitted after this time may be considered if openings exist. However, it may not be possible to advertise them in the conference program.
Review, Selection, and Session Format
Proposals will be read by two or more qualified external reviewers who will be blind to applicant identity. As such, the accepted papers/posters will have passed a refereed criterion. The session will consist of a dedicated time for researchers to present the study to those in attendance in an informal setting. Please know that there are a limited number of available spaces and that some who apply may not be selected to present their work this year. Also, please know that we do not provide honoraria or expense reimbursement for those accepted to give research presentations.
Presenters will be notified of their selection status via email by the week of November 8, 2021. Reviewers’ feedback to applicants will be provided.
Casey Gerber, Ph.D.
Higher Education Vice President, OkMEA
Associate Professor, Elementary/General Music Education
University of Oklahoma
Catlett Music Center
500 W. Boyd
Norman, OK 73019-2071