For poster submissions, we invite research projects that are in-progress. Posters can be comprised of research ideas, new theoretical perspectives, pilot data, and so forth. The primary difference between a poster submission and paper submission is the ‘completeness’ of the research. Posters are still in-progress, and will be editorially reviewed rather than going through the full peer review process. Posters are a great way to gain valuable insight from your peers in executive doctoral programs and faculty experts.
An example poster template (that we use at USF) can be accessed here: EMS-2017-Example Poster-3×4-Portrait
- A 1 000 words (or less) extended abstract
- Times New Roman 12-point font
- Submissions must be submitted in electronic form (Word format only)
- Must clearly state research question(s)
- Must clearly state the status of the research (since posters are generally in-progress research pieces)
- A complete draft of your poster: This is a single PPT slide (see example PPT slide)
- Key references to support the research
- Figures, tables, and appendices as needed
- The official language of the conference is English
When you are ready to submit:
- Submit your abstract (DOC, DOCX or RTF format) at: https://www.informingscience.org/Conferences/ems2017/ArticleSubmission
- Submit your poster (PDF format) at: https://usf.az1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_7agPYnOIik7MNg1
Both submissions must be present for a poster to be considered.