ANZAM Conference | Paper Guidelines
15532
page-template-default,page,page-id-15532,page-child,parent-pageid-15525,ajax_fade,page_not_loaded,,qode-child-theme-ver-1.0.0,qode-theme-ver-10.1.1,wpb-js-composer js-comp-ver-5.0.1,vc_responsive
 

Paper Guidelines

Conference papers should be prepared as a Microsoft Word document and conform to the editorial guidelines and formatting specified for ANZAM Conference papers. Please refer to the ANZAM Conference Paper Style Guide and ensure you read the General Policies and Requirements section below before submitting your paper.

 

 

Each submission must state, on its front/cover page and at the first, anonymous (text) page, top right, the requested Stream (number and title) and requested session format (Refereed Delivered Paper or Refereed Interactive Paper). On the front/cover page it should also state whether the author(s) wish to opt out of full paper publication in the Conference proceedings in favour of an abstract only.

 

Refereed Delivered Papers (12 pages)

Delivered sessions are designed for papers that are more fully developed towards a final manuscript. Delivered sessions involve a formal author presentation (with slide display) and time for discussion, questions and answers.

 

Refereed Interactive Papers (12 pages)

Interactive sessions are held in a roundtable discussion format with shorter paper presentations (with no slide display) so as to allow for more engaging interaction with other researchers with similar interests. These Interactive sessions have the aim of providing more opportunity for discussion about the research presented and the themes that emerge within the session and will be an excellent forum for gaining feedback from knowledgeable researchers in your field. Interactive sessions are ideal for shorter manuscripts (e.g. research notes), work-in-progress pieces and also more developed papers that could still benefit from feedback and discussion with other researchers.

 

For use in your paper submission, the following document contains descriptions of each of the Conference Streams: