Just so you know, I did do that. Only got one response. But thanks anyway.
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>The procedure is usually to use the AERA Program book for that year and look
>in the author index in the back, where either addresses or e-mails are
>listed for each author, and request a copy by mail or e-mail. An alternative
>would be to check the author's name under the ERIC database, since a lot of
>people submit copies of unpublished papers to ERIC so they can be accessed
>more easily. Good luck.
>>From: dmiret1 <[log in to unmask]>
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>>Subject: AERA papers
>>Date: Wed, Jun 20, 2001, 12:31 PM
>> I have not had much luck in trying to track down some of the folks who
>> presented at AERA to see if it was possible to get copies of their papers.
>> there a procedure for this? Some of them look very interesting. Thanks,
>> Debra Miretzky
>> University of Illinois College of Education M/C 147
>> 1040 W. Harrison St.
>> Chicago, Il. 60607
>> v-mail 312-996-4529 (NSSE)
University of Illinois College of Education M/C 147
1040 W. Harrison St.
Chicago, Il. 60607
v-mail 312-996-4529 (NSSE)