iConference poster sessions provide an opportunity for present and future thought-leaders to display and discuss their research with key members of the information field. We welcome submissions of posters presenting new work, preliminary results and designs, or educational projects. Submitted posters must be original work, not published elsewhere.
First submissions will consist of a proposed poster abstract. After reviews are complete, accepted authors will then create a final graphical poster for presentation at the iConference.
All accepted posters will be presented virtually during iConference 2023 on the SCOOCS platform. Similar to research papers, they will be presented one-at-a-time in a series of individual presentations. Instructions will be provided with acceptance notifications.
Accepted completed posters and final poster abstracts will be published in the IDEALS open repository. Authors are also allowed to deposit their work into their school's institutional repository if they so choose.
Best Poster Award
The best Poster will be awarded with a sum of 300$.
All posters must adhere to the complete guidelines. Submissions that do not conform to the lengths defined are subject to desk rejection by the chairs.
All posters must be original work, not published elsewhere.
Length: Up to 2,500 words (excluding captions and references)
First Submission: First submissions can be uploaded to the ConfTool submission site starting in early summer until Sep. 01, 2022.
Final Abstract Submission: Authors of accepted posters will submit a final version containing author-identifying information. Final versions should be uploaded to ConfTool by Dec. 15, 2022.
Final Poster: Authors of accepted posters will submit the final poster containing author-identifying information. The final Poster should be uploaded to ConfTool by Feb. 01, 2023.
Acceptance of a submission is conditional on the completion of changes that were identified during review. In making these changes, authors must adhere to the word limit of 2,500 words in the interest of fairness. If necessary, we suggest having a professional editor help identify redundant words and thoughts.
Authors will also provide details of these changes with their final submission. These details will be entered into ConfTool using the open field titled Remarks on This Contribution Section.
Posters that do not comply with the final submission requirements will be removed and not published in the IDEALS open repository.
Pre-Recorded Presentations (optional): Pre-recorded presentations are due Feb. 01, 2023 following these guidelines.
Conditions: At least one author of each accepted submission has to register during the Early Bird registration period to present their work at iConference 2023. The organizers reserve the right to withhold publication if these conditions are not met.
All submissions will be made using the secure ConfTool submission system, starting May 23, 2022.
Contact the chairs listed above with questions about this track.
Contact firstname.lastname@example.org regarding iConference 2023 in general.