2015 Submit

SUBMISSION WEBSITE 

The 2015 Social Media & Society Conference (#SMSociety15) invites scholarly and original submissions that has focused the impact of social media on society. The submission website is now closed.

IMPORTANT DATES

Submission TypeWorkshops/ Technical Tutorials   Short PapersPanelsWork-in-Progress (WIP) PapersPosters
DueFeb-02Mar-09Mar-09Apr-10May-01
NotificationFeb-20Apr-07Apr-07Apr-27May-15
Submission format / TemplateWorkshop template
Tutorial template
5-page
ACM Paper template
Panel template500 words
WIP Paper Abstract template
500 words
Poster Abstract template
Presentation formatHalf-day20-min oral presentation (including Q&A)60-min oral presentation (at least 3 panelists)15-min oral presentation (including Q&A)120-min poster presentation
Peer-reviewed?YesYes (Double-blind)YesYesYes
Published in the Proceedings in the ACM Digital Library?NoYesNoNoNo

TYPES OF SUBMISSIONS 

(1) Half-day Workshop or Tutorial 
Workshops on a well-defined area or technical tutorials will examine a particular method or tool for the analysis of social media data in more detail.

(2) Short Papers 
Papers provide authors the opportunity to present their original work related to the broad theme of social media and society.

  • Submission Length: 5 pages
  • Submission Template: ACM Paper template
  • Papers must be on a completed or well-developed project.
  • All short paper submissions to be published in the conference proceedings must be original (= not published or accepted in a journal or conference proceedings and currently not under consideration for publication elsewhere).
  • Papers are blind reviewed
  • Presentation Format: If selected, the author(s) will be invited to give a 15-minute oral presentation followed by a 5 min Q&A period at the conference.
  • Allowed number of submissions: You may submit up to 2 submissions, but only one as a single or lead author.
  • All Accepted papers will be published in the Conference Proceedings by the ACM International Conference Proceeding Series (ICPS). 
    • Publishing in ACM’s ICPS program brings several advantages to authors:
      – Authors of ICPS articles have the same Author Rights as all ACM authors
      – Free posting on author’s home page and institutional repository
      – Free use of ACM Author-Izer Service
      – Free posting in any repository legally mandated by authors’ funding bodies
      – Author Profiles in the ACM Digital Library for each contributor are linkable to global ORCID IDs
      – Citation and usage statistics are provided free for each article and available to each author for local display through the ACM Author-Izer Service.
  • Authors of accepted top papers will be invited to submit their full papers to the special issue of the Information, Communication & Society journal (published by Taylor & Francis).

(3) Work-In-Progress (WIP) Paper Abstracts
WIP paper abstracts provide authors the opportunity to present their preliminary and ongoing work related to the broad theme of social media and society.

  • Submission Length: approximately 500 words, excluding references
  • Submission Template: WIP Paper Abstract template
  • Paper abstracts are peer-reviewed (but not blind reviewed)
  • Full papers are not required for this type of submission
  • Presentation Format: If selected, the author(s) will be invited to give a 10-minute oral presentation followed by a 5 min Q&A period at the conference.
  • Allowed number of submissions: You may submit up to 2 submissions, but only one as a single or lead author.
  • Author(s) of accepted abstracts will be invited to submit their full papers to the special theme issue in the Big Data & Society Journal published by SAGE.

(4) Panel Presentations
Panel presentations provide authors the option of organizing related talks together in a thematic session.

  • Submission Template: Panel template
  • Panel submissions are not blind reviewed
  • Presentation Format: Each panel will have 60 minutes and should include 3-5 presenters

(5) Research Poster Presentations 

The research poster session provides an interactive forum for authors to discuss their research.

  • Submission Length: approximately 500 words, excluding references
  • Submission Template: Poster Abstract template
  • Posters will display visual presentations of research projects.
  • Presentation Format: If selected, author(s) will have an opportunity to present their poster as part of a dedicated poster session.
  • Poster boards (and velcro tape) will be supplied. You can create one large poster  in landscape mode or 2 small posters in portrait mode:
  • IMG_20150623_095352Smsociety15-Poster-Dimensions-1024x383

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