Papers - ANZAM Conference
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We are inviting submission of original research papers, which may be theoretical, empirical, methodological, literature reviews, or case studies, and must align with the ANZAM Conference Streams. In line with the new virtual Conference format, we are breaking from tradition to only allow one type of manuscript submissions: Refereed Papers.


Refereed Paper (12 pages)

Refereed Paper sessions are designed for both fully developed papers, as well as shorter manuscripts (e.g. research notes) and work-in-progress pieces that could benefit from feedback and discussion with other researchers. Refereed Paper sessions involve a pre-recorded video presentation by the author followed by live online discussion, questions, and answers. The sessions offer an opportunity to discuss your work and are an excellent forum for getting feedback from knowledgeable researchers in your field.

We envision an interactive on-demand experience where delegates may move freely between any of the available papers at any given time, watching the presentations, reading the papers, and engaging with the authors on the discussion forums.


Please note:

Page limits do not include references, tables/figures, cover page.


Refereed 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 and Paper Guidelines before submitting your paper.


The authors of accepted manuscripts will be asked to submit a 10-15 minute video presentation ahead of the Conference in .mp4 format – innovative approaches are encouraged.


Each paper will be in its own 100 minute ‘session’. The webpage for each paper will feature the author’s presentation video, a PDF copy of the manuscript, and a discussion forum.


Presenting authors will be required to attend their own paper session and engage with their audience through the discussion board.


All Refereed Papers will be subject to double-blind peer review.