So How Was Your Conference? Panel Chairs' Perceptions of the 2003 ACJS Meeting in Boston
Questionnaire data from 137 panel chairs at the 2003 Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences meeting in Boston reveal respondent perceptions of the conference site, overall impressions of the conference, as well as panelist attendance, and the quality of information presented by panelists. The findings reveal high marks for the conference space, hotel rooms, and the city of Boston itself, resulting in an overall positive conference experience, but responses also highlight several areas of concern, including panelist attendance problems and presentation etiquette. Recommendations are provided, which may foster positive, incremental change at future ACJS annual meetings.
Mueller, David; Giacomazzi, Andrew; and Wada, James. (2004). "So How Was Your Conference? Panel Chairs' Perceptions of the 2003 ACJS Meeting in Boston". Journal of Criminal Justice Education, 15(2), 201-218. http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/10511250400085951