Submission Instructions & Policies
To submit a Paper / Poster / Panel / Alternative Event / Workshop / Doctoral Colloquium proposal, please upload a Word document through the ConfTool Site. For detailed Doctoral Colloquium submission instructions, please see the separate instructions. Submissions (except for workshops and doctoral colloquium proposals which do not require the use of the template) should be formatted according to the AM23 Proposal Template Instructions. Submissions must comply with the page limits noted in the instructions. Please scroll down and follow the naming conventions noted at the bottom of this page.
- No prerecorded or virtual presentations (except for a few workshops held prior to the meeting), will be permitted.
- All presenters listed in the submission will need to register for the meeting by the Early Bird Deadline in August in order to present their work. If a person has contributed to the submission, but will not be attending the meeting, do not check the box indicating the person is a presenter. In order to be included in the conference Program and Proceedings, at least one author must register and attend the meeting in person to present.
- In order to ensure a diverse program and allow more presenters an opportunity to present, a single presenter cannot be listed on more than five (5) total submissions.
- Only one poster may be presented per person. If more than one poster is accepted for a single presenter, a coauthor must be available to present the poster. At least one (1) presenter must be present at the poster to present.
- If your submission is endorsed by a special interest group (SIG), verification of this endorsement will be required.
A Note About the Conference Theme: Research into Practice
We are keen to receive contributions of any type that align with the main conference theme of research being applied into practice. These papers should have the potential to stimulate discussion at the conference and produce transferable lessons to other researchers on how to create impact from research.
Contributions will be treated as a special category of long papers, short papers, or posters but will undergo the same rigorous review process. These papers should describe how library and information science research has been translated into a practice situation or policy outcome, and the resulting effects. Such papers should contain: a description of the underlying research, a description of mechanisms or processes by which the research was translated into concrete outcomes, a description of who was affected and in what way by these outcomes, and a reflection of the process of translating research into practice or policy. Authors may be describing a translation of their own research, or of L&IS research conducted by others; what we are interested in is the translation of research for societal uptake and impact.
Submissions of this type should use the keyword Research into Practice at submission time.
Submissions are welcome which are related to, but not limited to, the following topics:
Note, you will select the one (1) best overall topic for your submission. The subtopics listed under each overall topic help clarify what’s included in the overall topic.
Instructions for Final Paper Submissions for Proceedings
All accepted Papers (only if you would like your paper published in the Proceedings, which is optional), Panels, Alternative Events, and Posters must be revised per any recommendations made by the reviewers.
Final submissions must be formatted according to the AM23 Proposal Template Instructions. Be sure to add the author and co-author names, along with their affiliation and email address to the top of your paper under the title. When making revisions, be sure that the page count does not exceed the page limits noted in the template instructions including title and abstract (not more than 200 words), not including references (do not include appendices).
Once revised, please upload the final document using the template only as a .doc or .docx file in the ConfTool submission system. Please use the following naming convention for uploaded files:
Long and Short Paper (only if you would like your paper published in the Proceedings, which is optional):
- [first author’s last name, first initial] AM23LongPaper or AM23ShortPaper respectively (Example: Last, Initial AM23LongPaper.doc, Last, Initial AM23ShortPaper.doc)
- [first panelist’s last name, first initial] AM23Panel (Example: Last, Initial AM23Panel.doc)
- [first panelist’s last name, first initial] AM23AE (Example: Last, Initial AM23AE.doc)
- [first author’s last name, first initial] AM23Poster (Example: Last, Initial AM23Poster.doc)
Please download the AM23 Proposal Template Instructions.
All submissions must be submitted here: https://www.conftool.org/asist2023/
Submission site will open 1 February 2023
Watch the Conference Website for updates: https://www.asist.org/am23
The 2023 ASIS&T Annual Meeting will be a fully in-person meeting without virtual attendance or presentation options.
All Annual Meeting presenters, at a minimum and at their own expense, will need to be registered for the session in which they are presenting. ASIS&T offers the following registration options and individuals may register for one or more of these options:
- Virtual Workshops (held prior to the Annual Meeting)
- Pre-Meeting Workshops (face-to-face October 27-28)
- Annual Meeting (1-day) (face-to-face)
- Annual Meeting (Full) (face-to-face October 29-31)
Individuals presenting during the in-person Annual Meeting will need to register either for the day in which their presentation takes place or the full meeting.