Templates for papers

All positively reviewed contributions to Collect & Connect shall be submitted to CEUR-WS.org for online publication. CEUR-WS.ORG is an open access and no-profit repository with high reputation. It is managed by a number of German universities and is regularly crawled by Scopus, google scholar, etc. We will also make sure that the Collect&Connect volume is indexed by DBLP. In order to streamline the publication process, please pay close attention to the following points:

STEP 1: Please use the Springer LNCS stylesheet (=Lecture Notes in Computer Science) to prepare your submission. Below you'll find the links to the template and stylesheet files:

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STEP 2: Submit your paper to easychair here.

STEP 3: If your paper is positively peer-reviewed, it will be included in the conference proceedings. After the acceptation, you will be asked to sign an author agreement.

      • If authors have included no copyrighted third party material in their paper text (or accompanying sources, datasets), the following form shall be used: AUTHOR-AGREEMENT (NTP).

      • If authors did include copyrighted third party material in their paper or accompanying material, the following form shall be used: AUTHOR-AGREEMENT (TP). Authors must then also attach a copy of the permission by the third party to use this material in the signed author agreement!

All papers will be published with the following copyright remark:

      • "Copyright © JJJJ for this paper by its authors. Use permitted under Creative Commons License Attribution 4.0 International (CC BY 4.0)."

More on background information about the publication process can also be found on the website of CEUR-WS.org here: http://ceur-ws.org/HOWTOSUBMIT.html#PUBLISH

STEP 4: Six to eight papers selected among those presented at the conference are expected to be selected for publication in the Journal of Computing and Cultural Heritage (JOCCH). The authors of the selected papers will be asked to extend their conference papers to comply with the editorial standards of the Journal. They will be informed at the end of the Conference by the Selection Committee, formed by the Conference Chairs and JOCCH Editor-in-Chief, and will provided with a suitable deadline to prepare their papers for publication. Thus, to publish in this Special Issue it is necessary to present the paper at the International Conference Collect&Connect.