30 Nov-2 Dec 2020 Online (France)

Submissions

Presentation forms

  • Complete Session: Proposals for complete sessions should list the organizer or moderator and possible participants. The session organizer will be responsible for securing both session participants and a chair. This is designed for sessions which could be described as a Discussion,  Plenary or Birds of a Feather.
    • The submission should provide titles, author names, and a brief description for each of the individual presentations in a supplementary Word document. The individual presentations must be submitted separately.
    • Submission: abstract (300 words maximum).
  • Full Paper: The presentation will be approx. 20 minutes long, plus 10 minutes for questions at the end. 
    • Accepted papers will be presented at the conference. They can be published in the journal IASSIST Quarterly. At least one author of each paper is expected to register for the conference and to present the paper.
    • Submission: abstract (200 words maximum). Plus a draft of the paper of 8-12 pages with appendices.

  • Regular Presentation: The presentation will be approx. 20 minutes long, plus 10 minutes for questions at the end.
    • Submission: abstract (200 words maximum).

  • Short Presentation: The presentations will be approx. 10 minutes long, plus 5 minutes for questions at the end.
    • Submission: abstract (200 words maximum).

  • Poster/Software Demonstration: Paper or electronic posters (on own computer).
    The submission should include a preliminary list of requirements (in a supplementary Word document) including: display boards, tables, Internet access and electrical outlets.
    • Submission: abstract (200 words maximum).

  • Tutorial or Workshop: Half-day or full-day tutorials (introductions) or workshops (more advanced special topics) with respectively 2 and 4 blocks each lasting 90 minutes in length.
    • These are scheduled to take place on November 30, 2020.
    • The abstract should describe the topic, the perspective (business or technical), the intended audience and possible prerequisites. Hands-on exercises could rely on the participants using laptop computers.
    • Submission: abstract (300 words maximum).

  • Side Meeting: Some groups wish to schedule public or non-public side meetings in the margins of the conference, in order to take advantage of the fact that people of metadata-related projects will be in attendance. Side event organizers can request equipment and services for their event (like catering). There will be charges for the use of such equipment and related services which the event organizers must be prepared to cover. A supplementary Word document should describe requirements and planned number of people.
    • These are scheduled to take place on December 3, 2020.
    • Submission: abstract (100 words maximum).
       

If you are interested in submitting a proposal, please use the online submission system for the conference.

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