Information for #SMSociety’22 Authors

This page contains important information about how and where to submit your 5-min pre-recorded video presentation for the 12th International Conference on Social Media & Society.

As part of the video presentation submission process, you will be asked to decide on whether to participate in two other related but optional knowledge mobilization activities: a 1-minute lightning talk & sharing a preprint of your submission (more info below).

Please discuss your decision regarding these two optional activities with your co-authors (if applicable) before uploading your video presentation and submitting the Google form (link below) by *June 20*.


[The submission page is now closed.]

Once you have recorded your video, please use this Google form to submit your presentation. Your 5-min pre-recorded video will be featured on the conference’s YouTube channel and will be shared with all attendees during and after the conference. One or more AUTHORS can be featured in your video. Read more details about how to record and submit your presentation here.

2) SIGNUP FOR A LIVE: 1-min Lightning Talk [OPTIONAL]

Signing up to give a live 1-min lighting talk via Zoom during the conference is 100% optional. Please note that due to the short length of this format, we can only accommodate one presenter per paper. If your paper has multiple authors, you must choose one AUTHOR to give the 1-minute lightning talk when submitting your 5-min pre-recorded presentation. You can find out more about about this optional live event here.


To make your work more discoverable, we encourage all authors to publish your accepted submission as a preprint in one of the many available public repositories. Once your preprint is published in a repository of your choice, the repository will generate a DOI number to identify your submission.

Please submit this DOI number to us when submitting your 5-min pre-recorded presentation, and we will add a persistent DOI link to your preprint to the conference program.

Popular Public Repositories for Preprints and Datasets in Social Science & Humanities