General Instructions for all Submissions
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All submissions must be original and not simultaneously submitted to another journal or conference. Please use the ACM Proceedings template. Note: Submissions to JCDL can also be posted to local institutional repositories or repositories like CoRR (https://arxiv.org/corr/), without having an effect on their review and possible acceptance by JCDL 2019.
The following categories are welcome:
Full papers report on mature work, or efforts that have reached an important milestone, and must not exceed 10 pages. Accepted full papers will typically be presented in 20 minutes with 10 minutes for questions and discussion.
Short papers may highlight preliminary results to bring them to the community’s attention. They may also present theories or systems that can be described concisely in the limited space. Short papers must not exceed 4 pages in the conference format. Accepted short papers will typically be presented in 10 minutes with 5 minutes for questions and discussion.
Panels at JCDL are intended to draw together communities of interest, including those with strong traditions in the digital library community as well as those involving emerging issues of interest to members of the community at large. The panels typically last about 90 minutes and include an extended round-table discussion among the selected participants and the audience members.
Posters and Demonstrations permit presentation of late-breaking results in an informal, interactive manner. Demonstrations showcase innovative digital library technologies and applications, allowing you to share your work directly with your colleagues in a high-visibility setting. Proposals for posters or demonstrations should consist of a title, extended abstract, and contact information for the authors, and should not exceed 2 pages in the conference format. Accepted posters and demonstrations will be displayed at the conference. Accepted posters and demonstrations will be included in the proceedings of the conference and the ACM digital library.
Tutorials provide an opportunity to offer in-depth education on a topic or solution relevant to research or practice in digital libraries. They should address a single topic in detail over either a half-day or a full day.
Workshops are intended to draw together communities of interest – both those in established communities and those interested in discussion and exploration of a new or emerging issue. They can range in format from formal, perhaps centering on presentation of refereed papers, to informal, perhaps centering on an extended round¬table discussions among the selected participants. Workshops relating to the theme of the conference, “Curated Knowledge. Connected People. Extraordinary Results.” are particularly encouraged. Workshop proposals should be no more than 2 pages.
Doctoral Consortium (DC) – The Doctoral Consortium is a workshop for Ph.D. students from all over the world who are in the early phases of their dissertation work (i.e., the consortium is not intended for those who are finished or nearly finished with their dissertation).
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