To publish your presentation or contributed paper, you simply need to send the paper -- on paper and as an electronic file together with a short abstract -- to the Math Archives. There are no length restrictions and most popular file formats are acceptable.
To send the electronic copy of your paper, you may send it:
Please be sure to send or fax a printed copy of your document as a guide for those who will be preparing the file for the Web. Please address the hard copy to Larry Husch at the address above, identify it with your name and address/email address, the name of the conference, the name of the electronic file you sent, and the method you used to send the electronic file. To send via fax, use (423)-974-6576.
Files created with any popular word processor or TeX are acceptable. The Math Archives will convert the file to Adobe Acrobat PDF format for posting on the Web site. (If you would prefer to convert your file to PostScript or directly to the Acrobat PDF format, you may send a file in those formats, too.) The file in its original format will also be posted.
You can view the Electronic Proceedings of the Fifth Annual Conference on the Teaching of Mathematics and some of the manuscripts in the Electronic Proceedings of the Sixth Annual Conference on the Teaching of Mathematics which have already been posted.
For more information about the Math Archives, visit the site on the World Wide Web at:
You may also address questions about submissions to Larry Husch at email@example.com.