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ISA Headquarters posted on February 06, 2014 09:43

We have now activated the online paper archive for ISA 2014. So, you are able to upload a PDF copy of your paper(s). ISA policy requires a paper to be uploaded no later than five business days before the conference, but, we ask that you try to have a PDF uploaded no later March 14th (March 1st for JSS papers) to give your discussant time to read your work. Note that ISA only accepts PDF files less than 10mb in size.

Papers can be uploaded on your schedule page. If you have any papers on the program, you will see an "Upload your paper!" option on the right side of the page. This will walk you through the process. 

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Stephen Jerome Blank
# Stephen Jerome Blank
Sunday, March 23, 2014 6:53 PM
it is four times that I have tried to upload a paper with no success your system is utterly unhelpful
Joel Davis
# Joel Davis
Monday, March 24, 2014 5:40 AM
Thank you for letting us know about this, a member of the ISA staff will contact you.
Philipp Bleek
# Philipp Bleek
Wednesday, March 26, 2014 9:45 PM
I'm having trouble locating the conference papers, there doesn't seem to be a link to the paper archive, and google isn't working for me, either. I feel like I must be missing something incredibly obvious, surely there must be links to the papers on various conference pages?
Mike Ryckman
# Mike Ryckman
Wednesday, March 26, 2014 9:56 PM
@Philipp: Good question - our archives work a little differently than most other associations, so we sometimes get that question. PDFs are linked directly to papers in our online program. When you look at a paper in the program, if a PDF has been uploaded, you'll see a PDF icon and a link to download the paper; if nothing has been uploaded, it will say "(No Paper Uploaded)". You can browse the program online here: http://www.isanet.org/Conferences/Toronto2014/Program/Browse.aspx

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