McMaster Masters/Doctoral Thesis
Version 2.2 (11/23/15)
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Then subsequently from Overleaf
Version 2.0 major modifications by:
Steven Gunn and
Modified to McMaster format by Benjamin Furman
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In this sample we describe the formatting requirements for various SIGCHI related submissions and offer recommendations on writing for the worldwide SIGCHI readership. Do not change the page size or page settings. Please review this document even if you have submitted to SIGCHI conferences before, some format details have changed relative to previous years.
This paper is describing a short view on the given case – You are in a modern national state where you have the democratic power to suggest/ put forward that “democracy and equality”, OR “democracy and freedom” are the highest values and norms in your society (the group chooses which of the two alternatives you want to answer on). What would your arguments and examples be to people of your country?
A Latex template for ASEE conference proceedings. This template is not affiliated with the American Society for Engineering Education and comes with no warranty or guarantee.
ASEE provides a list of formatting requirements on its website.