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1 Conference Proceedings From the Conference to Xplore
Kevin Dresely Sr. Manager, Conference Content Management Kathy Burke Supervisor, Conference Publications Operations

2 Topics Timeline Technical Program Conference Publication Program
IEEE Conference Publication Form Letter of Acquisition What’s required for submission Xplore CD Formatting Example Preparing Conference Content for the Xplore Digital Library PDF eXpress IEEE Copyright forms Posting to Xplore Indexing and Abstracting Partners and why are they important Beware of Common Submission Mistakes Submission Problems Lead to… IEEE Xplore Content/Platforms/Products Contact Information

3 PHASE 2 - Pre-Conference PHASE 3 - Conference
3/22/2017 PHASE 2 PHASE 4 PHASE 1 PHASE 3 PHASE 1 - Start PHASE 2 - Pre-Conference PHASE 3 - Conference PHASE 4 - Post-Conference

4 TIMELINE 15-12 months before conference start date
Develop technical program Establish paper submission process and deadlines 12-9 months before conference start date Submit IEEE Publication form Register for PDF eXpress Register to use the IEEE Electronic Copyright form 4-3 months before conference start date Organize and prepare for production of conference publication Just prior to conference start date Complete production of conference publication 1 week to 30 days after conference end date Submit Xplore compliant files to IEEE

5 Technical Program The Technical Program is the heart of an IEEE Conference. It is a series of presentations delivered at the conference covering a range of scientific areas directly related to the technical scope of the conference. These presentations are based upon papers selected through the Paper Submission and Review Process conducted by the Technical Program Committee. For more information please attend the: Technical Program and Proceedings Quality Workshop Saturday, 18 July 10:45 – 12:00 Saturday, 18 July 13:30 – 14:45 These will also be available for viewing on the POCO website after the conference

6 Conference Publication Program
OBJECTIVE: Acquire conference content for post-conferences distribution (including Xplore) as well as promote and provide optimal dissemination of IEEE conference content. REQUIREMENTS FOR INCLUSION: Meeting must be sponsored or co-sponsored (financially or technically) by IEEE to be eligible for inclusion. Submission of the IEEE Information Schedule and Conference Publication Form is required.

7 IEEE Conference Publication Form
Required for post-conference distribution, to obtain Letter of Acquisition (LOA) which includes the IEEE Catalog Number, ISBN and ISSN numbers if applicable To begin the process, please fill out the form found at:

8 Letter of Acquisition Upon the receipt of the IEEE Conference Publication Form, the IEEE Conference Publication Operations staff will issue a Letter of Acquisition (LoA) with information required for producing your conference content. The LoA is a formal agreement between your conference and IEEE. Make sure to read, sign and return the LoA to

9 Letter of Acquisition-continued
The following information will be provided to you in the LoA. Titling information Submissions Required Catalog Numbers Copyright Information Shipping Instructions Additional Resources Please adhere to all requirements outlined in your Letter of Acquisition. Non adherence will delay the availability of your conference proceedings in Xplore and the indexing of your papers.

10 What’s Required for Submission
You must provide three (3) identical sets of IEEE Xplore-compliant PDF files plus a packing list for all of your conference material, no later than 30 days after conference end date. This material must include all PDF files associated with the publication (covers, front matter, table of contents, technical papers, etc). We may also request additional copies of the materials you provided to your attendees/delegates, for administrative purposes.

11 Xplore CD Formatting Example

12 Preparing Conference Content for the Xplore Digital Library http://www
Three Ways To Prepare Your Submission: 1. Preparation by IEEE IEEE eXpress Conference Publishing and Conference Publishing Services (CPS), a division of IEEE Computer Society both offer fee-based publishing services including preparation of PDFs for the IEEE Xplore Digital Library. Links to the IEEE publishing groups. Express Publishing: Conference Publishing Services

13 Preparing Conference Content for the Xplore Digital Library
2. Preparation by a qualified third-party vendor Xplore-compliant PDFs may be prepared by a third-party vendor. The vendor should review the IEEE Xplore requirements and confirm its capability to deliver compliant files. 3. Preparation by an IEEE Conference Organizer If your authors are preparing their own PDFs, you should register your conference for IEEE PDF eXpress -- a free, online tool for authors that will allow them to either convert their documents into compatible PDFs or to submit their own PDFs for compatibility testing.

14 PDF eXpress Complimentary tool to…
Help your authors convert a wide range of application formats to IEEE Xplore-compliant PDFs Check author created PDFs and report whether or not they are IEEE Xplore-compliant Provide assistance to correct problems with PDFs Ensure timely posting of your conference content to IEEE Xplore See the Timeline for when to register for a PDF eXpress site

15 IEEE Copyright Forms Everyone can now use the Electronic IEEE Copyright Form: For conferences using a manuscript submission system the conference pub chair needs to register to use the eCF via: For conferences without a manuscript submission system, the chair should sign up to use the tool via: IEEE Intellectual Property Rights

16 Posting to Xplore On average Conference Content is posted to Xplore within 17 days of receipt. Timeliness of your content delivery affects Number of times your authors are cited How often your content is downloaded from Xplore How quickly printed proceedings are delivered to waiting libraries How quickly information gets to 90+ Abstract & Indexing organizations

17 Indexing and Abstracting Partners
Comprehensive partners Elsevier- IEEE’s partnering arrangement with Elsevier includes integrating abstracts and index entries from articles in all IEEE Conferences provided that the articles are available as full-text PDFs with corresponding abstracts. At the present time, Elsevier is unable to integrate multimedia. Thomson- IEEE’s partnering arrangement with Thomson is similar to Elsevier's however, Thomson requires pagination. For this reason we create a print copy of every proceedings, if not provided.

18 Indexing and Abstracting Partners (continued)
IET’s Inspec-IEEE’s partnering arrangement with IET includes abstract records for all IEEE Conferences , including the title, author(s), publication identity, page numbers, and Document Object Identifier (DOI). They provide IEEE with indexing and IET keywords that we use in our Xplore Record. IEEE conference content may also be indexed with specialized partners based on their conference scope.

19 Indexing and Abstracting Partners (continued)
Why are Partners important: Research is widely accessible Drives users to IEEE Xplore Conference papers as they currently appear in Xplore are indexed through many service agencies, and it is the practice of these agencies to index only entire publications, therefore at this time, there is no way to re-index an individual paper.

20 Beware of Common Submission Mistakes
Xplore compliant files not submitted Packing list not included or incorrect # of files on Xplore CD do not match Packing List Some unique identifiers assigned incorrectly Authors name cited incorrectly or misspelled All media should be submitted together

21 Submission Problems Lead to…
Posting delays, both to Xplore and A&I partners Difficulty in discovering your content in Xplore Complete information gets articles found If you can’t find it, you can’t cite it!

22 IEEE Xplore IEEE Xplore contains the final versions of the Proceedings from IEEE conferences. Final versions may exclude papers not presented at the conference or papers for which IEEE lacks copyright It is important to "Get it right the first time” Eliminates follow up and reworks Ensures authors accurate presence in Xplore

23 Content/Platforms/Products
(Foundational Intellectual Property Unit) Platform (Vehicle designed for making content available to users) Products (Content that is sold to a user) Conference Proceedings Periodicals Standards Education Xplore ASPP POP/POP All IEL Society Digital Libraries Songs Videos Engraving Service Games Podcasts IPOD (HW) iTunes (SW) Single Downloads Album Downloads iPod Engraving Gift Cards IEEE Examples Outside Example IEL ≠ IEEE Xplore

24 We are here to help!

25 Who is Conference Publication Management?
Kevin Dreselyr, Conference Content Management Sr. Manager Associate Content Mgr. Susan Hutton Conf. Pubs. Operations Kathy Burke Supervisor, Patricia Thompson Administrator, Melissa Ceglia Coordinator, Jodi Merizalde Production Assistant, Allison Mohn Dept. Assistant, Agi Bako

26 Conference Publication Management Contact Information Group Alias: (all conference related inquiries should be sent to this alias) Individual Contact Information: Kevin Dresely Pat Thompson Allison Mohn Susan Hutton Melissa Ceglia Agi Bako Kathy Burke Jodi Merizalde


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