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The Congress Proceedings will be published after the Congress by the Organizing Committee. The Proceedings will include the plenary lectures and the session papers.
Only papers that were presented at the Congress will be published. The Organizing Committee is responsible for making the final decision about papers to be published in the Proceedings.
The Proceedings will not be published in a printed paper format. They will be available in an electronic, web-based version. All Congress participants who paid the registration fee will receive a CD with the Proceedings on it. Additional copies will be available for a nominal fee of CDN $10.00 + postage.

Please submit the final written version of your paper by October 31, 2008. The length should be no more than twelve single spaced pages, including bibliography and footnotes. For the bibliography/references, please use the format used in Onoma. For entries in languages other than English, French or German, please give the original titles and then translate the entry into the language of the paper. Please use endnotes and not footnotes. Keep footnotes to an absolute minimum. Bibliographical references should be given in the text as in-text notes. You should include an abstract at the beginning of your paper. This should be in the same language as your paper and it may be the abstract you submitted earlier or a new shorter version.

Please make sure that your written version is in acceptable English, French, German or Spanish; so, if you are not a native speaker, please have your paper revised by a native speaker before submission. The Organizing Committee will only make minor corrections to papers. Papers that need major language corrections and revisions may be rejected.

Submit your paper as an attachment to the congress e-mail (icos2008@yorku.ca), or send it on diskette in Word format to Professor Sheila Embleton, Vice-President Academic, S 939 Ross Building, York University, Toronto, Ontario, M3J 1P3, Canada

For the bibliography/references, please use the format used in recent issues of Onoma. For entries in languages other than English, French or German, please give the original titles and then translate the entry into the language of the paper. Use endnotes and not footnotes. Keep endnotes to an absolute minimum; preferably there should be none. Bibliographical references should be given in the text as in-text notes., i. e., "… as noted in an earlier article (Smith 1963, 74-76)…" You should include an abstract at the beginning of your paper. This should be in the same language as your paper and it may be the abstract you submitted earlier or a new shorter version.

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