Participation formats
Participation formats
Individual submissions

Full papers: 9 to 15 pages of pure text (without the abstract page, reference list, tables, figures, and other appendices), APA-formatted, anonymized
Short papers: 5 to 8 pages of pure text (without the abstract page, reference list, tables, figures, and other appendices), APA-formatted, anonymized
Extended abstracts: 300 words, free form (pdf), anonymized
All submissions must be uploaded via the conference EasyChair account (see Submission guidelines for formatting styles and the EasyChair link).
Full and short papers will be considered for publication in the post-conference collective volume or Social Media + Society special issue.

Group submissions

Panel submissions: a 300-word panel rationale plus 3 to 5 abstracts of max 200 words, free form (pdf), anonymized. Full and short papers may be submitted as parts of the panels to be included in the proceedings, but panels may also be accepted without full paper submission.
Workshops: 2 to 4 pages, free form (pdf), anonymized (for open workshops) or de-anonymized (for non-open workshops)
All submissions must be uploaded via the conference EasyChair account (see Submission guidelines for the EasyChair link).

Workshops

Workshops are a special group form of participation in the conference. They are dedicated to detailed in-group discussion of a collection of papers (up to ten). Workshop proposals are submitted by the general conference deadline; workshop papers are submitted by a later deadline, but are subject to blind peer-review just as the conference submissions. Accepted papers will be published in special sections of the post-conference collective volume. The initial payment for the workshop includes all the papers by workshop organizers; also, external individual submissions may be included in a workshop. Workshop chairs organize the reviewing process together with the conference organizers.

Open workshops are those that accept external papers; non-open workshops are those that do not. CMSTW'2019 prefers open workshops; but the form of a workshop is to be defined by the workshop chair.
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