It is our pleasure to inform you that your proposal #[proposalID]: [proposalTitle], has been accepted as a [proposalformat] in the [thread] thread for the [confyear] Association for Science Teacher Education Conference in [location]!
All proposals were peer-reviewed using a standard rubric based on the submission criteria with a final decision determined by the appropriate Thread Coordinators. All available reviewer comments and rubric ratings are provided below. We hope you find the reviewers’ comments helpful as you prepare for your presentation. If your format or thread was changed and you do not want to present in that format or thread, please email me (email@example.com) as soon as possible.
Should you need to withdraw your presentation at the last minute, please inform one of the Conference Program Team members (firstname.lastname@example.org) so we can make an erratum to the program. If you will be presenting a paper as part of a Traditional Paper Set or a Themed Paper Set, you MUST have your paper available for dissemination during your session. In addition, if you will be presenting in the virtual format, you will be expected to create a video for traditional papers, themed paper sets, and roundtables prior to the conference (details will be provided once the program draft is provided).
As of now we have begun the process of drafting the program, we’ve post a draft of the Conference At-A-Glance. A link to the full program draft will be sent to the first author later this fall. At that time, you will know the time, date, and mode of your presentation. Email is our primary means of communication; therefore, it is important for John Rhea (email@example.com), our Director of Electronic Services, to have your correct email address. If it has changed, please email him as soon as possible to have it changed.
Congratulations on the acceptance of your proposal. We look forward to seeing you in-person or online for the first hybrid ASTE conference! The conference will provide exciting opportunities for discussing the latest research, making professional connections, and fostering friendships.
Brooke A. Whitworth
Conference Program Chair