The educational program is developed through a review of submissions received through the Call for Presentations. The GIS/CAMA 2013 Conference Committee welcomes the submission of individual papers, complete sessions, panels and lightning talks and has proposed a list of suggested topics for consideration (all abstracts received will be reviewed and considered for the conference program regardless of the list below):
Again, this list is not comprehensive. Your abstract will be reviewed regardless of the suggested topics above.
Presentations that market specific products and services will not be accepted, nor are presentations of this nature acceptable at the conference. Case studies should be presented by the sponsoring organization, not by vendors.There are separate sponsored vendor session opportunities available for this purpose.
You will be asked to indicate the presentation format that is best suited for your proposal (note that the committee may ask you to reconsider your preferred format to fit the program needs).
This is a 'hard' deadline as the committee will meet to review submissions and organize the program during the week of October 8. You will receive notification of your acceptance status shortly thereafter.
Presenters whose proposals are accepted are expected to submit written papers for publication in the Conference Proceedings. If PowerPoint or slide presentations are submitted for inclusion in the Proceedings, a narrative description must accompany them. The final version of your presentation is due on the day it is presented to attendees at the conference. It can be provided on CD Rom or by thumb drive transfer on site at the conference. All accepted presenters must register and pay the standard conference registration fee.