All original submissions must conform to the submission template. Download the submission template here. Original submissions must not contain any author information.
Papers will be submitted through EasyChair submission system (submitting author needs to create an account to submit the paper). Please click the link below to upload your submission through EasyChair submission system:
All submitted manuscripts will go through a double-blind review process.
In preparing your submission, we suggest that authors review the following helpful tips. Ensure that:
- The topic is relevant to the symposium theme and will draw an audience
- Objectives are clear and well-described
- Paper is clearly written
- Paper is well organized and flows logically
- The literature review is relevant, comprehensive, and up-to-date
- Analyses (conducted or proposed) are appropriate
- Evidence supports the authors’ arguments
- Paper makes useful contributions (or, has the potential to make contributions) to the field
- The reference list is complete.
Camera-Ready and Proceedings
Authors of accepted papers will have the option of publishing: (a) the complete manuscript OR (b) an extended abstract (single-spaced 2-3 pages) as part of the symposium proceedings on AIS eLibrary.
If authors choose to publish only the extended abstract, authors will retain the copyright of the original manuscript submitted for review and feedback.
The camera-ready version (either the complete manuscript or extended abstract, based on the option selected by the authors) should adhere to the submission template. Author information must be included in the camera-ready version. The camera-ready version must be submitted through the EasyChair submission system as well, following the due date mentioned in the Important Dates section.
When submitting the camera-ready version of the manuscript, we suggest that authors share any pertinent data with the symposium attendees as feasible (strongly encouraged). This guideline is meant to encourage data sharing with the broader research community and replicability of research results.