[Air-l] Information for presenters at the AoIR conference
k.s.o-riordan at sussex.ac.uk
Wed Aug 18 02:44:28 PDT 2004
A reminder: we are expecting you to send in full version of your paper,
for the conference archive. Please send the paper by email to:
papers at aoir.org by the conference date. There are no specific format
requirements. Simply email your .pdf or .html file to papers at aoir.org
The paper will be placed in the AoIR archive, accessible to AoIR
members and for posterity.
Please note: this is *not* publication - you do not need to assign
copyright; please check previous emails on this point. You are at
liberty and encouraged to provide information about accessing your work
if it is already published, or in-press :)
As is AoIR's custom, acceptance of the offer to present includes
granting AoIR permission to place a copy in the archive, if you choose
to send the paper to us, and permission to use your abstract and other
details online and in print. Just reminding you that, unless you
specifically indicate otherwise, your email address, affiliation, and
short abstract may be circulated in print to all conference goers in
the conference program - and, excepting your email address (which we
will NOT put on the conference website), your abstract etc will also
appear online. If you have not already provided a 100 word abstract for
the programme, please do so immediately: vircomm at research.haifa.ac.il
Paper presentations will all be within their respective sessions of 90
minutes. As sessions have 3-5 papers scheduled, the time allotted for
each presentation will be 15 minutes, allowing some time for Q&A and
for discussion. Please plan your presentation accordingly.
As indicated earlier, each presentation room will have:
An Apple laptop, (there will be a couple of PC laptops available but
access to these is limited, however you are welcome to use your own
laptop if it is a pc)
PC and Apple connecting cables
Amps where necessary (big rooms)
Please bring transparencies in case of emergencies.
AoIR publishes a Internet Research Annual featuring selected papers
from the conference. If you would like to have your paper considered
for inclusion in this volume, you must send a complete version of the
paper (3500 words) to Mia Consalvo consalvo at ohio.edu no later than
October 1, 2004. Please note that this is separate process to the
conference paper archive.
See you all in Sussex!
Prof. Sheizaf Rafaeli
Center for the Study of the Information Society
and the Graduate School of Business
University of Haifa. Tel +972-4-8249578
sheizaf at rafaeli.net http://sheizaf.rafaeli.net
Si fractum non sit, noli id reficere.
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