The history of ETEN #7

Page 85-90

In addition to exchanging students, ETEN also looked for a way to share knowledge within the network. The way to do this was to exchange written articles. In the period from 2001 to 2007 Doug Springate and Neil Hall from member institution University of Greenwich, London, collected all the articles submitted from the conferences, edited them and printed them at their University of Greenwich. They also distributed these ‘Conference Proceedings’, in hard copy at the time, to each ETEN member institution by post. They did the same with the ‘ETEN publications’. The difference between the ‘Conference Proceedings’ on one hand and the ‘ETEN publications’ and ‘The Occasional Papers’ on the other was that a panel of referees was involved in the last two.

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