This is a reminder that short paper submissions for Hypertext 2002 are due
in two weeks time. Electronic submission for Hypertext 2002 short papers is
now open on the Hypertext 2002 website.
ACM Hypertext 2002 Call For Short Papers
Deadline for Submissions: March 25, 2002
The 2002 ACM Conference on Hypertext and Hypermedia seeks short paper
submissions on specific issues or aspects of hypertext. Short papers are
limited to two pages and typically present the initial results of new and
innovative research projects. Papers are collected in an archival, refereed
conference proceedings, published by ACM, which is cited and read by
researchers and practitioners world-wide. Accepted papers are presented at
the HT 2002 conference. Having a paper on the technical program gives
authors an opportunity to have a tremendous impact on the study and
application of hypertext principles, theory, and techniques.
Short paper submissions to HT 2002 are reviewed by the program committee and
reviewers, who are volunteers drawn from the international community of
hypertext researchers and professionals. Papers will be evaluated on the
basis of originality and potential importance of contribution. Because there
is no revision cycle, the content and presentation of submitted papers must
be essentially acceptable as received.
Short paper submissions for HT 2002 are due 25 March 2002. No late
submissions will be accepted. In addition, HT 2002 will accept electronic
submissions only. Submissions must be in PDF format. Short papers must not
be longer than 2 pages.
Note: Authors may cite external material in a paper (such as a QuickTime
video or Flash presentation) by appropriately describing the material and
supplying a URL to the material in the paper (either in the body text, or as
a footnote). This material will be reviewed along with the paper itself. The
HT 2002 Conference committee is investigating whether such material can be
permanently hosted at the ACM SIGWeb website.
Authors are required to use the standard ACM conference paper templates
In particular, authors may use the Microsoft Word template or the "option 2"
LaTeX templates. Note: The standard ACM conference proceedings format
includes sections for general terms, categories, and subject descriptors. Do
not include these sections in your paper.
If you have any questions, contact:
* HT'02 Program Chairs Ken Anderson and Stuart Moulthrop
* HT'02 Proceedings Chair Jamie Blustein
March 25th, 2002: Short Paper Submissions Due
April 8th, 2002: Notification of Acceptance
April 15th, 2002: Camera Ready Copy Due