We have now posted Papers Presentation Guidelines to help you prepare your iConference presentations. All papers presenters have the option of making their presentation live, or as a pre-recorded video. We strongly encourage the pre-recorded video option. See Guidelines for details.
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This special track for 2021 is an excellent opportunity for scientists, scholars and participants throughout China to present their latest research results, and to exchange views or experience not only in Library and Information Science, but also in other related areas. The theme for the Chinese Papers track is "Information Field in Discipline Integration."
Accepted papers will be recommended to Chinese library, information and archival journals. Submissions to this track are exempted from the English-language requirement and may be in Chinese.
Template: Click here for specified template.
Length: Up to 10,000 words (excluding references).
Anonymization: Author-identifying information must be removed from first submissions to facilitate double-blind review. Author information will be included with final versions of accepted papers.
Submission: Visit ConfTool to create a user account and start the submission process.
Authors agree that if their work is accepted, at least one author will register during the Early registration period, and present the accepted work at iConference 2021.
Questions about Chinese Papers submissions should be directed to the papers co-chairs listed above.
General questions about iConference 2021 should be directed to firstname.lastname@example.org