Presenter and Panelist Guidelines and Responsibilities

The following information is for presenters and panelists.

Presenters in Regular and Roundtable Sessions

  • The Canadian Sociological Association recognizes that there may be situations in which there are pedagogical and professional benefits to presenting the same research at multiple associations at Congress. The Association encourages its members, as a matter of good practice, to inform both associations of their submission in order to facilitate and foster future collaborative efforts.
    • Duplicate presentations within the Canadian Sociological Association Conference are not permitted and the author(s) will be required to withdraw one of the submissions
  • Authors should check the review status of their abstract through the online submission system
    • Our office should be informed if the session organizer has not reviewed or communicated the results of the review by February 13, 2021
  • Presenters must communicate directly with session organizers regarding their expectation for the submission of full papers or presentations (deadline is May 1)
    • Failure to maintain communication with, or provide information requested by, the session organizer may result in the removal of the presentation from the Conference program
  • The association must be notified immediately by the author if there are changes to a presentation title or abstract and in the event that the presentation has been withdrawn from the session to ensure accuracy of the Conference program
  • The general CSA policy allows participants up to two different paper presentations and up to three presentations including panels and plenary (participation as session chair or discussant does not count in these limits)

Presentation Guidelines

 

Panelists

  • As a Canadian Sociological Association Conference participant, all panelists have until April 15 to comply with the association membership requirement and congress delegate policies
  • Panelists must communicate directly with session organizers regarding their expectation discussion (deadline is May 1)
    • Failure to maintain communication with, or provide information requested by, the session organizer may result in the removal of panelist’s participation in the Conference programme
  • The association must be notified immediately by the panelist in the event that he or she has withdrawn from the session to ensure accuracy of the Conference programme

 

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