Participation Information for ISA 2022

Welcome to ISA's Participation Hub!

From here, there are a number of things you can do. Click on the lines below to expand for additional details and/or tutorials. You will need to be logged into your ISAnet account.

The Convention will take place in Nashville, Tennessee, USA and all panels are listed in UTC/GMT-5/US Central Daylight Time. If you are placed on a virtual panel, the system will also display your local time (as identified by your browser).

 

Virtual Session Times [Caveat]

To ensure that you know the correct time for your virtual presentation, we strongly advise our virtual participants to independently verify the local time of presentation(s). You should not rely solely on the "Local Time" displayed in your Participation Hub. Because the use and dates of daylight savings time vary globally, the "Local Time" in the Participation Hub could change between now and the week of the Convention.

For this reason, it is important to use a time zone converter that allows you to factor in the date of your presentation. Two examples are timeanddate.com's time zone converter and timezoneconverter.com. Make sure you set the first city to Nashville (or US/Central Time) and the date to March 28th or 29th.

 

 

Below is a listing of all program items you have been placed on. Any proposal you submitted that you do not see below has not been accepted to ISA 2022. (Unaccepted proposals remain on the waitlist and should a vacancy appear, the Program Team will contact you by email with the proffered placement - though you may choose to remove any waitlisted items from consideration at any time.)

General Information
The listings below include the placement title (item's title), your role on that item, the type of item it is (paper, panel, roundtable, etc.) and the start and end time (and date) of the session. If you are participating on a virtual item, it will not only display the times in UTC/GMT-5/US Central Daylight Time (Nashville time), but will also attempt to list the times in your local time. We do our best here but we HIGHLY RECOMMEND that you independently verify your local times for virtual participations. Daylight savings time changes sneak up this time of year and vary from country to country. (We like timeanddate.com's time zone converter and timezoneconverter.com, and set both the date and city, to make sure we're on time.)

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Participation Status
In the final column, you'll see your Participating Status - Accept or Withdraw. Prior to January 15, 2022, you were able to make these changes directly via your Participation Hub. Now that the deadline has passed, should you need to make a change to your participation listing, please contact us at systems@isanet.org. Keep in mind that after January 15th, you're subject to the Convention Withdrawal Policy and penalization.

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"Open Details"
Use the blue "Open Details" button to get more information on your item, including other participants on the item (and their acceptance status), the title and abstract, and other details. You can also use the "Start Discussion" button in the lower right hand corner to initiate an email to your colleagues. If you're looking at a paper, the "Start Discussion" from the first screen will only send an email to all co-authors but you'll be able to access the full panel details by clicking the "Panel/Session Details" button in the upper right. If you're already accessing your placement information at the panel/session level (say you are looking at a chair or discussant placement), the "Start Discussion" will send an email to all panel/session participants.

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*If you are a non-attending co-author (you won't be presenting or attending the Convention but one of your fellow authors on your paper will register and present on your behalf), let us know at systems@isanet.org and we'll make sure your name remains on the program (and that we don't send you registration reminders!).

At the top of your participation listing, you'll either see an orange bar indicating that you have not completed your registration payment, or a blue bar confirming that you have. You can also verify this by checking out your registration record at https://www.isanet.org/Conferences/ISA2022/Registration.

This deadline was set for January 15th and you are no longer able to make changes directly in the Participation Hub. Should you need to make a change to your participation listing, please contact us at systems@isanet.org.

Keep in mind that after January 15th, you're subject to the Convention Withdrawal Policy and penalization.

If there are roles you need to accept/confirm, just let us know. Doing so helps signal to your fellow panelists that you'll be there and also ensures that your letter of participation includes the full listing of all of your participations.

You will need to have completed your registration payment before you will be able to download your letter of invitation. Once you've done so, you'll have a button at the upper right corner of your Participation listing where you can download your letter directly. Keep in mind that you'll have a limited number of times that you'll be able to download your letter so it's best to do so when you have the ability to print or save it to your computer. If you have surpassed the limit but need it again and/or you need any special information included in your letter, reach out and let us know.

Use the blue "Open Details" button to get more information on your item, including other participants on the item (and their acceptance status), the title and abstract, and other details. You can also use the "Start Discussion" button in the lower right hand corner to initiate an email to your colleagues. If you're looking at a paper, the "Start Discussion" from the first screen will only send an email to all co-authors but you'll be able to access the full panel details by clicking the "Panel/Session Details" button in the upper right. If you're already accessing your placement information at the panel/session level (say you are looking at a chair or discussant placement), the "Start Discussion" will send an email to all panel/session participants.

STEP 1:  To access this tool, visit your Participation Hub and select "Open Details" directly beneath the item:

 

STEP 2:  In the window that pops up, select the "Participants" tab, and click the "Start Discussion" button at the bottom of the window:

 

STEP 3:  This tool will send a notification email to your peers that you would like to start a conversation on this conference item, and will contain the information of each participant, in order to facilitate conversation. Select "OK" in order to send the automated email to all members on your panel:

 

STEP 4:  The system will show you that your message has been successfully sent, and you can select "OK" to exit the window:

 

 

Beginning March 2022, you will be able to upload your paper to the ISA paper archive on this page. If you would like to share your papers with your fellow panelists earlier, you can use the "Start the Discussion" option to initiate an email and send your papers directly to your colleagues. Presenters are asked to share their papers with their fellow participants no later than 1 week prior to their presentation date and are always welcome to do so earlier.

In addition to papers, various types of participation on the ISA 2022 convention request that other materials are shared by participants.

  1. Research SoundByte (RSB) presenters, in addition to papers, should also submit their videos to ISA. (You can contact Sarah Dorr, sdorr@isanet.org, for details on the RSB submission process.)
  2. Poster presenters, both virtual and in-person, should not only upload their papers via the paper archive but will also be sharing their posters via our virtual poster system (in our partnership with iPoster). We are excited to hightlight the work of our colleagues and posters must be published no later than March 15th. More on Posters....
  3. Junior Scholar Symposia (JSS) presenters, both virtual and in-person, will be in small groups workshopping their contributions. Presenters should be prepared to share their posters virtually (via the iPoster system) no later than March 15th so that fellow panelists have ample time to prepare for indepth discussions on all papers. JSS presenters are also invited to share their papers, outlines, dissertation proposals, etc. (depending on the state of their research) via the paper upload tool, though their posters will be the primary medium for their JSS participation. More on JSS....

Beginning March 15, 2022, you will be able to connect directly from your Participation Hub to the Virtual Platform to craft your schedule, and (once the Convention begins) attend virtual panels and watch On-Demand sessions. Presenters should use their Speaker Hub links, sent by email March 15, 2022, to connect to the sessions they will be presenting on.

You will be able to download your personalized letter of participation immediately after your final ISA2022 Convention participation session has come to a close. Only roles that you have confirmed your participation on will appear in your official letter of participation so if there are roles you need to accept/confirm, just let us know.

You will need to log in to view your ISA2022 program participation.

How You Participate

Interested in knowing what's expected of you at ISA2022?

Get information on:

  • How to be a Panelist
  • How to be a Chair
  • How to be a Discussant
  • and more...
Participation Guide

Now you know where you're supposed to be, check out our new guide on what you should be doing.

 


 

Running into issues or have questions with the Participation Hub? Contact the systems team.

For general questions regarding the convention, please contact the the ISA 2022 Program Chairs.