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Data Innovation: Increasing Accessibility, Visibility and Sustainability

Call for Papers: Submission Form

Please use this form to make your submissions for IASSIST 2013 by Wednesday, December 5, 2012. (Note: proposals for workshops should be made directly to Lynda Kellam at (lmkellam@uncg.edu). For more information, see the Call for Papers. Please note that all presenters are required to register and pay the registration fee for the conference. Registration for individual days will be available.

Questions with a red asterisk * are required.

Type *

Individual paper presentation, typically ~15-20 minutes in length, which the organizers will assign to a session with like papers, organized around a theme

Session, an entire 90-minute session with all participants planned (can take many formats; see the Call for Papers)

Poster/demonstration, to be presented at the poster session; can be a printed poster discussing a project and/or live demonstration with a computer

Pecha Kucha, a fast-paced presentation of 20 slides in 6 minutes and 40 seconds (20 seconds/slide), heavy emphasis on visual content

Roundtable Discussion, an informal presentation where scheduled participants decide how to structure the time

If your preferred presentation type indicated above is not available, would you be willing to give your presentation in one of the following other formats (check all that apply):

Paper       Pecha Kucha
Poster       Roundtable Discussion

Note: Workshop Proposals are to be submitted here http://tinyurl.com/iassist13workshops.

Track

Research Data Management

Data Public Services/Librarianship

Data Developers and Tools

Undecided

Have you presented at IASSIST before?

No
Yes

Submitter Information
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* Middle Initial:
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Email:*  

Topic*

Title of your paper, session, or poster/demonstration *

Abstract *

Please limit your abstract to 200 words. Longer abstracts will be returned to be shortened before being considered.


Current length / 200 words.

Keywords *

Please select up to four keywords to describe your submission. These keywords will help the Conference Program Committee organize received proposals into sessions.

Academic and Research Libraries
API Development
Best Practices
Collaboration
Community
Data Acquisition
Data Analysis
Data Archiving
Data Collections
Data Citation
Data Curation

Data Librarianship
Data Linkages
Data Publishing
Data Services
Data and Statistical Literacy
DDI
Geospatial Data/GIS Services
Government/National Statistical Agencies
Institutional Review Boards(IRB)
Instruction/Training
Interdisciplinarity

Lifecycle
Metadata and Taxonomies
Open Data
Policies
Preservation/Recovery
Privacy/Confidential Data
Research Data Management
Tools and Technologies
Standards
Visualization
Workflow

Other:

Presenter(s) Information

1. If the proposal is for an individual paper, please provide the name, affiliation, and email of the presenter (if different from submitter above):

2. If the proposal is for an entire session, please provide the name, affiliation, and email of the moderator (if different from submitter above):

3. If the proposal is for an entire session, please provide the names, affiliations, and emails of the participants:

Please list each participant with a new line when you enter the information. Press the 'Enter' key to move to the next line.

Special requirements

Special requirements or other relevant information (e.g. presenting several papers and should be scheduled accordingly; preference to have paper in a specific session with others).

Further information about the conference can be found at: IASSIST 2013

Questions may be sent to the Program Committee at iassisttwentythirteen@gmail.com.

The Conference Program Committee will send notification of the acceptance of proposals by February 5, 2013