ISSI 2005 poster template by j5uNBk


									                ISSI 2005 MS-Word Template for Accepted Poster Papers
                        Ronald Rousseau*, Rickard Danell** and Olle Persson**
     KHBO (Catholic School for Higher Education Bruges-Ostend), Department of Industrial Sciences and
                           Technology, Zeedijk 101, B-8400 Ostend (Belgium)
                Inforsk, Department of Sociology, Umeå University, SE-901 87 Umeå (Sweden)

Introduction                                              Paper Layout
Contributed poster papers should present original         First Page
research contributions and will be refereed. Papers       The first page must contain the title of the paper (14
must be submitted using the electronic submission         point type, centred, Times Roman font) and only for
form                    available                    at   accepted contributions the authors’ names (12            Valid     point), affiliations, mailing addresses, and email
document formats are Rich Text (RTF) or Microsoft         addresses (all in 10-point), centred in one column at
Word (DOC), of which we prefer RTF because this           the top of the page. If notes are needed they should
tends to give fewer problems with formatting etc.         be given as endnotes.
Authors should ensure that their papers are printable
on a standard printer. Charts and graphs should not       Subsequent Pages
rely on colour for clear interpretation since printing    Right margins should be justified, not ragged.
will be black and white only.                             Figures and tables that only span one column will
                                                          save space, but large figures may extend across both
Format                                                    columns if needed to a maximum width of 15.5 cm.
Authors should follow the format of this text. Note       The two columns on the last page should be as close
that it differs in a number of respects from that of      to equal length as possible.
full and research-in-progress papers. For Poster
papers the paper length is limited to 2 pages             Figures, e.g., a diagram, must be entered as a pure
(including all figures, tables, and bibliography).        ‘image’ using the Word ‘Insert special’ option in the
Apart from the title and author information papers        ‘Editing’ menu. The image should be fixed in
should be in two columns, each 7.5 cm wide and            relation to the text body by using the ‘Image’ option
with 1.0 cm gutter. Papers should be formatted for        in the ‘Format’ menu. From the ‘Image’ option one
A4 paper, and all material on each page should fit        selects the ‘Layout’ entry, followed by the ‘In-line-
within a rectangle of 24.75 x 16 cm. centred on the       with-text’ option and carriage return.
page. Top, bottom and side margins should be 2.5
cm. For poster papers the font to be used is a Times      Table 1. Table captions should be centred and placed
New Roman font type with a font size of 10 points             above the table (blank line before and after).
(single line shifts) in order to make as much room
available as possible within the two page limit.          Table        Header        Header 2      Header 3
                                                          Item 1       Aaa           Bbb           Ccc
Paper Style                                               Item 2       Ddd           Eee           Fff
Paper style should as far as possible follow the
forms given in the Publication Manual of the              Sections
American Psychological Association (5th ed., 2001).       Sections should not be numbered. First level section
In general, the background and purpose of the study       headings should be in 10-point Times New Roman,
should be stated first, followed by details of the        bold face with subsections in 10-point italic Times
methods, materials, procedures, and equipment used.       New Roman. A blank 10-point line should precede
Findings, discussion and conclusions should follow        each section heading.
in that order. Appendices may be employed where
appropriate. The APA Publication Manual should be         Page Numbers, Headers and Footers
consulted       for     details      as     needed.       Do not include page numbers, headers or footers.                                 These will be added when the proceedings is
References and Citations                                                a form suitable for publication when printed with a
The accuracy and completeness of the references is                      good quality laser printer. Figures will be printed in
the responsibility of the author. References to                         black and white and should be readily interpreted
personal letters, paper presented at meetings, and                      without the use of colour. Captions should be Times
other unpublished material may be included. The                         New Roman 10-point, centred with a blank line
format for citations in text for bibliographic                          before and after the caption. Tables and figures
references follows the Publication Manual of the                        should be sequentially numbered in separate series.
American Psychological Association (5th ed., 2001).                     Captions for tables should be above the table.
Citation of an author's work in the text should follow                  Captions for figures should be below the figure.
the author-date method of citation; the surname of
the author(s), maximum three, and the year of                           Acknowledgments
publication should appear in text. For example,                         This template is in part inspired by the ASIS 2002
“Smith (1999) found that…”; “other researchers                          conference proceedings template, and the ACM SIG
(Black, Duck & Tan, 2000) …”. Formats for citation                      Proceedings Template used at SIGIR (Available at
of electronic references are given on the APA web             
site:                             l)

References in 10-point type should be listed                            References
alphabetically at the end of the paper using an                         Buckland, M. & Gey, F. (1994). The relationship
unnumbered style with a hanging indentation of 0.35                       between recall and precision. Journal of the
cm (see below).                                                           American Society for Information Science, 45, 12-
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Figure 1: Figure captions should be centred and
                                                                          Development in Information Retrieval (ACM
placed below the figure (blank line before and after).
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                                                                        Kling, R. & Elliott, M. (1994). Digital library design
Tables and Figures
                                                                          for usability. Retrieved December 7, 2001 from:
Tables and figures should be incorporated in the text
as close to the reference as possible and should be in

           (Columns on last the page should be made as close as possible to equal length)

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