The AMIA Conference Committee invites submissions for session and workshop proposals
for the 2013 Annual Conference in Richmond, Virginia.
The Conference Committee encourages papers, panels and posters on all issues to do with audiovisual archives with particular emphasis in the areas of problem solving, technical issues and the digital archive. The goal of the Conference is to present a program that includes a wide variety of topics and a balance of theory and practice, inviting new ideas and concepts that may stimulate additional interest, involvement and educational benefit.
To see the Proposal Form requirements, you can download a copy of the Proposal Form here. All submissions must be made through the online system, but because there is a lot of information required, and we don’t want you to lose your work at any time, please download the form and use it as a worksheet to gather the information for your online submission. There isn’t a print option at the end of the submission form, so your worksheet will be your copy of what you’ve submitted.
If you have difficulty with the online submission process, please contact us at email@example.com. Proposal deadline is May 10, 2013.
Your form must be complete or it cannot be processed.
We encourage you to read Tips for a Successful Proposal. It explains the Peer Review process, and offers information and tips on what the reviewers and the Conference Committee consider in the proposal process.
For more information, visit the AMIA Conference website at: www.AMIAConference.com