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The CELA Please include the following information. • Abstract title • Student (yes or no) • Author’s name(s), organization(s), email(s), & PhD (yes or no) • Author’s position (RLA, O

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1 The CELA SUBMISSION GUIDELINES Pl
The CELA SUBMISSION GUIDELINES Please include the following information. • Abstract title • Student (yes or no) • Author’s name(s), organization(s), email(s), & PhD (yes or no) • Author’s position (RLA, Organization title, Administrator, Professor, Associate Professor, Assistant Professor, Student (“Ph.D., Masters, or Bachelor” ) • Presentation preference (Presentation, poster, panel, virtual, film) • Topic Area or Track • Keywords • Abstract (400 - word max.) • References & Citations • LA CES Track - L earning Objectives & Author Bios (50 words max) PRESENTATION METHODS Oral Presentation Submissions are the most common form of conference acceptance. First authors are required to present, according to acceptance, unless otherwise approved by the CELA conference organizers. *All first a uthors must complete early bird regist ration to be included in the conference schedule* Panel Submissions are integrated presentations on a single topic offered by four or five people. Panel proposals require a full description of the topic, the rationale for its importance, presentation structure and the names of four speakers. *A minimum of three panelist s must complete early bird regist ration to be included in the conference schedule* Poster Submission s are presentations of research and/or creative scholarship information in the form paper posters that conference participants may view. Authors are encourag ed to watch this tutorial video, "How to Create a Better Research Poster in Less Time" (with templates) for ideas and guidance . *All first Authors must early bird register in order to be included in the conference schedule* ***NEW*** Film Submission : The CELA accepts film as a research method or creative process for landscape architecture. Films may be submitted under any track . Authors will need to provide a URL link to their film s prior to early bird registration to be included in the conference schedule and are expected to attend in person during the viewing of their film presentation . Film presentation(

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s) will be subject to the same time and presentation requirements of typical p resentation submissions . The m aximum length of any submission is 15 minutes. A l imited number of submissions will be selected for this option. Authors have the option of su bmitting a paper for review. *All first a uthors must complete early bird regist ratio n to be included in the conference schedule* Student Submissions are encouraged by The CELA! PhD students may submit as single author s . All other students must co - author submissions with faculty advisor s . Abstracts without this specification will be withd rawn without notifying the author. Students submitting posters must register and attend the conference. ***NEW*** Virtual Submission : The CELA 2021 Conference will provide a limited number of virtual p resentation options for each track . Each a uthor will need to provide a URL link and downloadable file of his or her oral presentation prior to early bird registration to be included in the conference program. Author ( s ) are expected to attend their sessions during the virtual conference . The m aximu m length of any submission is 15 minutes. Each author must i nclude a justification for his or her virtual presentation method (please include this statement under references) . A l imited number of submissions will be selected for this virtual option. If accepted, virtual presentation registration fees will be higher than regular in - person registration fees. *All first a uthors must complete early bird regist ration to be included in the conference schedule* SUBMISSION RESTRICTIONS For Abstracts: Each person is limited to two first author submissions. Additional submissions will be automatically withdrawn by the conference committee without notifying the author. The CELA respects the work of the blind peer reviewers and track chairs regarding decisions about acceptances and presentation methods. Abstracts will not be re - reviewed once a decision has been made. For Full Papers and Landscape Research Record (LRR) All authors of abstracts accepted for presentati

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on and who attend the conference are invited to submit a full paper for review and possible publication in Landscape Research Record (LRR). For a paper to be considered for LRR review process, authors must submit their full papers to CELA by the below deadline. Authors must en sure all information is correct when submitting a final full manuscript to LRR including names, positions and institutions. No changes will be made once LRR is posted online . DEADLINES Abstract Deadline: Monday, September 14, 2020, 12:00am author’s time zone Full Paper Submission Deadline: Monday, January 18, 2021, 12:00am author’s time zone AUTHOR RESPONSIBILITIES FOR PARTICIPATION IN THE CELA CONFERENCE The first author will be the primary contact person and is responsible for distributin g communications from The CELA to co - authors . The first author for any presentation must complete early bird regist ration to be included in the conference program . No representative may present a paper or poster or represent another individual . ELIGIBILI TY FOR PUBLICATION IN THE ABSTRACT PROCEEDINGS AND LANDSCAPE RESEARCH RECORD The first author must attend the conference and present unless a different arrangement is made with The CELA conference organizers . The first author of a virtual presentation mus t be virtually present during the full virtual session to be publish ed in the abstract proceedings. A minimum of three (3) panel presenters, one being the first author, must complete early bird conference registration to be included in the conference sche dule. TOPIC AREAS OR TRACKS Please note that t here are currently 1 2 standard CELA tracks and there have been some adjustments to track names and definitions in 2021 (complete descriptions for each track can be found at http://thecela.org/conference - tracks/ ) * : ● Communication and Visualization ● Design Education and Pedagogy • Geo - spatial and Digital Analytics ● History, Theory and Culture • La ndscape Architecture for Health • Landscape Performance (LA CES) ● Landscape Planning and Ecology

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(LA CES) ● People - Environment Relationships ● Research Methods ● Research by Design and Implementation (LA CES) ● Service Learning and Community Engagement • Urban Design In addition to the standard tracks, the CELA Board of Directors accepts proposals for special tracks that address current issues in Landscape Architecture . For CELA 2021, there are two approved special tracks: ● 100 + 1 | RESILIENCE – Theme ● Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion – New Track LA CES TRACKS LA CES tracks include: Landscape Performance, Landscape Planning and Ecology, and Research by Design and Implementation . Authors who submit abstract s for these tracks must include three to five le arning outcomes and the bios of all authors (50 word max. each author) in the “Comments” box. This information will be assessed as required by the Landscape Architecture Continuing Education System (LA CES). LA CES criteria can be found online at: https://laces.asla.org/ApprovedProviderGuidelines.aspx. EXAMPLE Learning Outcomes: 1. Learn how to determine the major functions and components of a green roof. 2. Identify the factors that influence costs. 3. Learn how to utilize an integrated design pr ocess in your project for maximum benefit. Author Bio: 1. John Radke Ph.D. University of British Columbia. Associate Professor of City & Regional Planning and Landscape Architecture & Environmental Planning, University of California, Berkeley. 2. Dr. Rad ke is interested in Geographic Information Systems; database design and construction; spatial analysis; pattern recognition; computational morphology; environmental assessment; landscape characterization; and potential modeling. Submit an Abstract HERE Travel Letters and Questions If you are a presenter at The CELA conference and you have travel and logistics questions, and/or require a visa , please email research @thecela.org. Submission Questions? If you are a presenter and you have questions regarding conference ab stract and/or paper submissions, please e - mail research@thecela.