2016 #SMSociety Publishing & Professional Development Opportunities For #SocialMedia Researchers

A Map of the Current State of Social Media Research: From Practice to Theory (Popular Topics Discussed in Social Media Literature)

The social media research landscape is growing. #SMSociey is proud to be a contributor to the vast body of social media research that is now available. Each year, we provide our presenters with a wide variety of publication opportunitiesIf you are conducting social media research, please join our growing community of social media researchers! The conference accepts a wide variety of submission types including:  Workshops, Tutorials, Panel Presentations, Full Papers, Work-In-Progress (WIP) and Research Poster Presentations. For more information, please refer to the Call for Proposals.

We are very pleased to announce new publishing opportunities for the 2016 International Conference on Social Media and Society (2016 #SMSociety). In total, researchers will have up to three peer-reviewed venues to showcase their work. Please contact us at ask@socialmediaandsociety.org if you have any questions.

About #SMSociety

The #SMSociety conference is an interdisciplinary academic conference focusing exclusively on social media research. It’s a collision-space for ideas, theories, methods and career-changing “aha!” insights and the premier venue for presenting new research on social media. The conference brings together top researchers and practitioners across the disciplines including the social sciences, the humanities, business, communications and computer science.

Publishing Opportunities

ACM_ICPS_v.2BFull papers presented at the conference will be published in the conference proceedings by ACM International Conference Proceeding Series (ICPS), subject to conference registration.

big data & societySelected Full & WIP papers  from the conference will be invited to extend their papers for publication in Big Data & Society (Published by SAGE)


Selected Full Papers from the conference will be invited to extend their papers for publication in a special issue of American Behavioral Scientist (Published by SAGE).