Camera Ready Instructions

Submit your Camera Ready Copy for publication no later than March 13; here is what you need to do:

Policies & Responsibilities

  1. Make the revisions as suggested by your reviewers and as discussed in your rebuttals (this is part of your implicit contract with us to publish);
  2. Now you must register so we know you intend to come along and present. Papers are not accepted until PC Chairs receive the registration number of at least one author. Unjustified non-shows will be penalised;
  3. Send your completed accessible PDF paper back via email to W4A Program Chairs and in your email add a plain text version of your title, abstract, authors and their affiliations, and finally your W4A registration number;
  4. As a presenter you are making an implicit agreement to be filmed or recorded if the W4A decides to create Audio Visual resources as the conference proceeds;

Format & Style

  1. Technical papers are 8 to 10 pages, communications 4 pages, and all other papers are 2 pages;
  2. Make sure you adhere to the ACM templates. LaTeX users should adhere to the Alternate ACM style. Make sure your submission is formatted for Letter paper: documentclass[letterpaper]{sig-alternate} in your LaTeX file.
  3. Make sure that the references are consistent and check their accuracy.
  4. All papers must be submitted in accessible PDF format for reviewing. See how to create an accessible ACM conference paper (contains instructions for Acrobat 7). A more up to date resource (for Acrobat Pro 11) can be found at the Accessible PDF Author Guide by SIGACCESS;
  5. Check your submission to avoid bad breaks, widows and orphans.
  6. Take into account the General Writing Guidelines for Technology and People with Disabilities.
  7. The W3C-WAI provides some resources to make your presentations accessible in How to Make Presentations Accessible to All.

License and copyright

  1. You will receive an email from the ACM detailing their copyright requirements, please follow these to the letter as we cannot publish without your copyright forms; The copyright/license statement includes a piece of text containing the ISBN and the DOI of your paper to be included at the bottom of the frontpage.

We are really looking forward to meeting you at W4A 2015, and you will bet more logistical information by email direct to you nearer to the conference dates.

The Wearable Web

May 18-20, 2015 - Florence, Italy

Important dates
» March 4 — notifications
» March 13 — camera ready deadline
» April 1 — early registration ends

Highlights

Intuit will award $2000 and $1000 to the best technical and communication papers

Google will sponsor 6 PhD students to participate in the W4A Doctoral Consortium

IBM will provide travel grants to the winners of the PwD Student Award

The Paciello Group will give the Judges' and Delegates' awards to the winners of the Accessibility Challenge

ACM SIGWEB sponsors the after-dinner "William Loughborough" keynote

ABILITY Magazine will highlight the winners of awards in a special editorial