Managing a call for papers or abstracts is a challenging process for many meeting planners. Late submissions, incomplete or incorrect data and reporting challenges are just some of the common pitfalls that can consume a significant amount of time—just when you have the least amount of time to spare.
Making relatively small changes to your conference abstract collection and review process can help you avoid these challenges and save you a significant amount of time. This whitepaper explores ten simple changes your association can make to your call for papers to streamline your submission and review process, and to minimize issues as you produce your final print and digital conference materials.
Read this whitepaper to learn:
- How to reverse-engineer your submission forms to save time down the road
- Why it’s important to collect data in the smallest pieces possible
- How to more effectively test your system set-up before opening your call for papers
- How to get the most from your reviews