Submission Preparation ChecklistAs part of the submission process, authors are required to check off their submission's compliance with all of the following items, and submissions may be returned to authors that do not adhere to these guidelines.
- Proposal (250 words maximum) in a .doc or rich text file format. Your proposal should describe your topic and include a sentence or two and let us know what do you want people to take away from your session.
- Double check your proposal has no personal or institutional identifying information before submitting. Please follow the guidelines at ensuring an anonymous review
- A title, abstract (50 words or less), and up to two keywords that describe your proposal. The keywords and abstract will help us assign peer reviewers and will be used in the conference program. Don't worry, you'll have the opportunity to edit these later if need be.
- Interested in peer reviewing proposals? You can indicate that when you register for an account or by editing your existing user profile.
- We are planning an in-person event this year, but recognize the pandemic continues to bring uncertainty. Please indicate your preference for delivering the presentation you are proposing by typing 'In-person' 'Remotely' or 'No preference' in the 'Comments for the Editor' field.
Want to show off a new project, introduce a hypothesis or just have something to say? These 5 min lightning talks are the perfect place to get in front of an audience and get your idea out there. These sessions will not be peer-reviewed.
Propose a workshop you would like to lead or the topic of a workshop you'd like to attend. Any conference-related topic is welcome. Innovative approaches are welcome. Half-day workshops should be 1-3 hours in length and proposals will be peer reviewed.
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