Submit a Paper (Full Papers, Brief Papers, or Extended Abstracts)
Choose the submission type most appropriate for your current work. Opting to propose a full paper, a short paper, or an extended abstract neither advantages nor disadvantages your proposal. At least one author from each paper must register for and attend the conference.
Full Paper: To propose a Full Paper, submit a proposal of approximately 350-500 words. At the time of final submission, the paper should be 5-7 pages maximum, ready for publication in the conference proceedings. Full Papers are appropriate for late-stage research projects with conclusive results; mature, theoretically-grounded position papers; or papers reporting on a well-tested professional or teaching practice.
Brief Paper: To propose a Brief Paper, submit a proposal of approximately 350-500 words. At the time of final submission, the paper should be no more than 3-5 pages, ready for publication in the proceedings. Brief Papers are appropriate for research and position papers that are works-in-progress, or papers reporting on short-term or experimental professional or teaching practices.
Extended Abstract: To propose an extended abstract, submit a proposal of approximately 1-2 pages. Extended Abstracts are for participants who want to present at the conference, without the task of writing a Full or Brief Paper in the Proceedings. However, the extended abstract itself will be published in the Proceedings.
All paper proposals and paper drafts will undergo double-blind review.
NOTE: For Full Papers, Brief Papers, or Extended Abstracts, speakers will have 15-20 minutes to present their work and 10 minutes for discussion. Topics will be grouped along thematic lines during a 90-minute session.
Please note that at least one author from each paper must register for and attend the conference.
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