Easy as 1-2-3!

Posting your presentation or paper on the VisCom site is really easy…

  • Send me an email and I will make you an “author”
  • Format your presentation as a QuickTime or PDF … or ANY OTHER embeddable media format
  • Create a post and insert your media… Or a link or embedded media code
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    Details for VisCom 25

    VisCom 25 – Hosted by the University of New Mexico at Taos Ski Valley

    Info for Viscom 25 Participants:

    The complete schedule is now on the Viscom 25 Web site. Please login at:


    You can search for your name to find the exact time and panel of your
    presentation by clicking on the “Conference Schedule” link on the right.
    If you click on the “Program” link, you can download a printable PDF
    schedule. Please note that the order of the presentations on the panel is
    likely to change, but your panel time and date will not.
    The schedule is also available on the Viscom Web site:
    https://www.viscomm.org/ read more

    VisCom 25 Update!

    Submission acceptances are being sent out this week from conference organizers Richard Schaefer and Hans Rosenwinkel so keep an eye on your email — check you spam folder in case things get misdirected there.

    Also, time to make your reservations at Snake Dance Condominiums. For those of you registered at our Googlegroup, you will have received email regarding roommates. If you are not on the Googlegroup email list and want to be, please use the signup in the menu at right. read more

    VisCom 25 Call

    Call for Papers and Abstracts

    Hosted by the University of New Mexico
    Department of Communication and Journalism

    June 15-19, 2011  (Wednesday evening through Sunday morning)
    At Snakedance Condominiums in Taos Ski Valley (20 minutes north of Taos)

    Deadline for proposals:   Friday, March 18, 2011

    Conference Registration

    Abstract and Panel Proposal Submissions


    Presentation / Paper call:
    The organizers of the 25th Annual Visual Communication Convention invite faculty and students to submit research papers and visual presentations dealing with issues and research in the field of visual communication.  Presenters should be prepared to give A-V presentations dealing with any aspect of visual communication are welcome and may include but are not limited to the following themes: graphic design, visual aesthetics and rhetorics, still and motion photography, documentary and feature films, visual literacy, the ethics of visual communication, multimedia and new communication technologies, cultural issues in visual communication, pedagogical issues in visual communication, and representations of reality in visual communication. While traditional research papers are welcome, the authors of all submissions should plan to adapt their proposals into visual presentations. read more

    More details on VisCom 25

    Hosted by the University of New Mexico Department of Communication and Journalism.

    Dates: June 15-19, 2011 (Wednesday evening through Sunday morning) CONFIRMED

    Location: Snakedance Condominiums, Taos Ski Valley (20 minutes north of Taos)

    — Registration and meals: $150.00
    — Accommodation: see the grid on the Accommodation page read more

    2011 – VisCom25 plans underway!

    The location for the 2011 VisCom Conference will be Taos, New Mexico. The tentative dates are June 15-19 — although that is subject to change pending location availability.

    Richard Schaefer of UMN has volunteered to manage the site logistics plus AV – and Hans Rosenwinkel of UC Denver is interested in compiling the program. Thanks to both for volunteering for Camp VisCom in 2011. Let them know if you’d like to assist in either area. read more

    VisCom 25 in Taos?

    There have been a couple of offline email exchanges as a result of conversations between Ken Smith, Pete Seel and Dick Schaefer at AEJMC, the substance of which is the following:

    Dick Schaefer has found a great (and extremely affordable) location in Taos, N Mex.

    Karla Berry… who had volunteered (in abstentia) to find a location thinks Taos would be great. read more

    New Google Group for VisCom

    In order to streamline the email/listserve situation for VisCom-ers, we have created a Google Group, “Camp VisCom” (plain VisCom having already been taken.) All the folks who were on the Constant Contact list have been sent invitations to join the Google Group. If you received an invitation to join the Google Group, simply reply to the invitation by clicking on the link in the email. If you wish to invite someone to join the group, I have enabled the Members Invite function so you should be able to do that from the website… or send me that person’s email address and I will send an invitation. This is IMPORTANT because I will be deleting the Constant Contact group (and thereby saving myself $15.95 a month.) read more