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ECKM 2011
1-2 September, Passau, Germany
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Information for Authors


This page has information for prospective authors and includes links to pages that we recommend you read if you wish to make a submission to the conference.

Important dates

Abstract submission deadline:

10 February 2011

Now closed



Notification of abstract acceptance:

17 February 2011



Full paper due for review:

31 March 2011



Notification of paper acceptance:

9 June 2011



Earlybird registration closes:

23 June 2011

Now closed


Final paper due (with any changes): 

7 July 2011



Final Author registration date:

28 July 2011




Note: Authors are advised that the submission date for the full paper for review is a final date. Earlier submission of the full paper helps us to manage the review process in a timely manner. So if your full paper is ready before 31 March 2011, please email it to Julia Hawkins, the conference submissions manager.

You can download copies of all the calls for papers, along with information about the conference for notice boards, from the download area.


Publication opportunity

Papers presented at the conference will be published in the conference proceedings, subject to author registration and payment. The proceedings for this conference are listed with various accreditation bodies. Click here for a listing.

Selected papers from the conference will be considered for publication in a special issue of the Electronic Journal of Knowledge Management. The latest issue, is now available on the journal website.

We would recommend reading the following pages:
Abstract Guidelines – guidance on how to write an abstract for submission to a conference – before submitting your abstract.

Style Guidelines – contains guidance on how to prepare your conference paper. Includes a link to download a model paper and is recommended for reading prior to submitting your paper for review and again before submitting your final paper..

Review Policy – this page has information on the review policy followed for all academic papers submitted for the conference with a link to download a sample copy of the review form. You may like to read this during the review process for your paper.

Presentation Guidelines – gives guidance on how to prepare for your presentation at the conference.

Visas – If the presenting author is likely to require visa to attend the conference, you should allow plenty of time to arrange it. If you inform us that you will require a visa, and send your full paper for review as soon as possible after the abstract has been selected, we will do all we can to get the reviewer comments back to you quickly. Please see our visa information page for more details.

Due to the large number of papers received for the conferences, authors are only allowed to present one paper. Therefore if multiple papers are accepted for presentation different co-authors need to present each paper. Author registration must be completed by 28 July 2011 and there are special discounts available for earlybird registration and group bookings, including a special reduced rate for supervisors and students attending together.

If you have suggestions for other information that you would have found useful, please contact Sue Nugus, Conferences Director.



Updated 3 August 2011






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