Electronic Participation (ePart) Conference
The conference welcomes theoretical essays, formal analyses, technical discussions, and reports of quantitative or qualitative empirical research. Completed research papers should have completed analyses and documentation of results. They should be similar to journal submissions, but shorter.
Papers will be prescreened for conformity with submission guidelines and for overall appropriateness for the conference. Papers that pass the initial screening processes will be double blind reviewed. The Program Co-Chairs reserve the right to shift a submission between the Completed Research and the Ongoing Research / Case Descriptions track as they deem appropriate considering review suggestions.
Workshop and panel sessions bring together researchers with complementary or conflicting perspectives on specific eParticipation research topics.
Required Elements of Workshop and Panel Proposals:
Please send your abstract by e-mail to the Conference chairs
Workshop, panel and debate submissions will not be blind reviewed. The program committee reserves the right to modify panel and debate proposals to meet conference participation guidelines and to complement the overall program.
Review Criteria for Workshops/Panels:
Students should be able to present a clear plan and some results from their work.
The colloquium welcomes qualitative and quantitative research from any discipline relevant to eParticipation research or practice.
Papers will be pre-screened for conformity with submission guidelines and for overall appropriateness for the colloquium. Papers that pass the initial screening process will be reviewed by the members of the organising committee. PhD proposals will not be blind reviewed.
Review Criteria for PhD colloquium contributions: