Pub Ready Instructions
Camera Publication Ready Instructions - Papers and Notes
This page contains instructions for submitting the final version of your paper or note to print publications and the ACM DL. For all other venues, please see the please read the Camera Ready Instructions for Extended Abstracts (link coming soon). All content and metadata will be submitted via Precision Conference System (PCS).
You must submit the final version of your paper to the PCS system by January 7th. This will be checked by the Associate Chair and also by the publisher and there may be some additional corrections to do. The Camera-Ready final deadline is January 15th.
Please read the whole page. Submissions that do not conform to the ACM SIGCHI standards, specifications, guidelines, and formats will be returned to the author for corrections and/or alterations. Please follow the instructions as carefully as possible to save everyone time.
Video previews - All authors must provide a 30" video preview presenting their contribution to the conference. Further details are available on the Video Previews page.
Official ACM Template Files
|LaTeX users - I have used the latest version of the SIGCHI LaTeX template|
|Word users - I have used the latest version of the SIGCHI Word template|
Review ACM's Rightsreview, Authors, & Permissions Policies
|I have read through the ACM rightsreview, authors rights, and permissions policies:
ACM Information for Authors: Author Rights & FAQ
ACM Author Rights & Publishing Policy
New Options for ACM Authors to Manage Rights and Permissions
Using Third Party Material & Proper Permission
Copyright notices for your manuscript
|LaTeX users - See Sheridan's copyright instructions for LaTeX|
|Word users - See Sheridan's copyright instructions for Word|
Verify Authors' PCS Accounts
Note: All author information is linked to the author's PCS account.
|Author full names - I have verified that each author's full name, including middle initial is correct in PCS|
|Author affiliations - I have verified that each author's affiliation(s) and location(s) is updated and correct in PCS|
|Author notification - I have notified all my co-authors of their responsibility to be sure their name is consistent on all submissions (if they have multiple submissions to CHI 2014)|
|Paper size - My document's paper size is US Letter (8.5x11 in.) - not A4|
|Title - The First Letter of the Main Words in Your Title are Capitalized|
|Authors' Line - All authors' names and affiliations match their entries in PCS|
|Abstract - My abstract appears at the beginning of my submission|
|References - All citations are listed in a References section at the end of my submission and are the same font size as other body text|
|Author Keywords - My Author Keywords are included in my document and the keywords are separated with semicolons|
|ACM Classification - The primary and additional ACM Classifiers I have selected are appropriate and appear in my document, separated by semicolons with the primary classifier listed first|
|Acknowledgements - I have included any funding/special contribution acknowledgements required by any research, financial, or other grants received. (e.g., See example pg 4)|
|Bad Breaks - I have checked my submission to avoid bad breaks, widows, and orphans|
|Text following headings - Section and Sub-section heads have at least 2 lines of body text below them when they appear at the end of a page or column|
|No page numbers - There are no numbers at the bottom of pages|
|No headers nor footers - There are no headers or footers at the top/bottom of pages|
|Even columns on the last page - The two columns of my last page are equally long|
|Captions are typeset in centered, bold, Times New Roman - not in Helvetica/Arial as used by some outdated UIST or CSCW templates|
Images and Figures
|B&W appearance - Figures are properly legible in black and white|
|Resolution - Figures are at least 300dpi|
|Image file format - I have used lossless image formats (e.g., TIFF, PNG) instead of lossy ones (e.g., JPEG) where possible|
|Line width - All lines in Figures are at least 0.5pt+ thick to ensure visibility|
|LaTeX users: No Type 3 fonts - I have verified that no Type 3 fonts are included|
|Fonts Embedded - I have verified that all fonts are embedded|
|PDF settings - I have verified that all other PDF settings conform to ACM's requirements|
Note: For CHI 2014, ensuring that your paper is accessible is not required. However, we strongly encourage all authors to familiarize themselves with existing guidelines, and to submit an accessible PDF to CHI 2014.
|PDF Accessibility - I have considered the Guide to an Accessible Submission|
|Thumbnail image (Optional) - If I supply a thumbnail image, it is in the appropriate format (72dpi+, 100 pixels wide, .jpg format)|
|Thumbnail image caption (Mandatory if providing a thumbnail image) - If I provide a thumbnail image, I have prepared a short caption (20-30 words) for it|
|Video figure (Optional) - If I provide a video figure, it conforms to the requirements for accompanying videos|
|Auxiliary material (Optional) - If I am providing auxiliary material (e.g., data files), I have created a single ZIP file of all material as required by ACM for the DL|
|Description of Auxiliary material (Mandatory if providing auxiliary material) - If I provide auxiliary material, I have prepared a short description of the files included in my auxiliary material ZIP file|
|Video requirements - My Video Preview conforms to the requirements for video previews|
Additional Final Submission Information
|Contribution & Benefits Statement - I have prepared a short (30 words or less) description of my work for the Conference Program|
|Summary of Changes - I have prepared the list of changes I have made to comply with the Conditional Acceptance requirements of my submission|
What to Expect After You Submit
When you submit your final version, you will receive a confirmation screen from the submission system.
The submissions will be checked and processed, the contact author or all authors will be contacted by Sheridan Communications, and will inform you of the following:
|(i) That everything is in order with your submission and that your completed ACM eform has been verified.
(ii) That you must revise or repair the issues that exist with your submission. Included in this email message will be specific information about how to revise/fix your submission to meet ACM & SIGCHI requirements. Please respond to any such requests promptly, because your paper cannot be placed into the ACM DL until it meets all requirements.