Interest in the all-virtual iConference 2021 is strong, with a record number of research papers received by the end of the Oct. 19 deadline. In total, the conference received 235 research papers—127 short research papers and 108 full research papers. This exceeds the combined papers total from any of our previous 15 conferences. Reviews are now underway, with results to be announced mid-December.
This coming Monday, Oct. 26, is the submissions deadline for the bulk of the conference’s remaining tracks, including:
On Monday, Nov. 2, the following are due:
iConference 2021 will be conducted entirely online in late March. The exact dates and participation rates will be announced in the near future. iConference 2021 is presented by the iSchools organization and hosted this year by Renmin University, China. Visit website for details.