The First NDC-IE conference was held in Denver, Colorado in the summer of 1988. A total of 81 participants met for 3 days to regroup, reflect, and plan the future of forensics. By breaking into panel sessions for presentations and discussions the participants collaborated to reach consensus on guidelines for the future of the activity. The first NDC-IE included papers written on topics ranging from judge training to the role of graduate assistants to fostering better connections with high school programs to ethics in forensics. The conference concluded with a general business meeting where participants proposed resolutions for the forensics community and the governing organizations to consider.
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Schnoor, Larry and Karns, Vicki
"Perspectives on Individual Events: Proceedings of the First Developmental Conference on Individual Events,"
Proceedings of the National Developmental Conference on Individual Events: Vol. 1
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