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ISA 2022 Conversion & Rescheduling Requests

 
 
 
 
We look forward to your participation in the coming year at the ISA 2022 Annual Convention!
 
ISA is expanding its virtual capacity for Nashville and we have the ability to convert a limited number of existing in-personal panels and roundtables into virtual sessions. If this is of interest to you, ISA is pleased to unveil a new tool that allows panelists to easily coordinate amongst themselves and initiate the request for panel conversion into a virtual setting. The deadline to submit a conversion/rescheduling request is January 15th - No requests can be submitted or accommodated after this date - no exceptions.
 
There are a few types of change requests you can make:
  1. Virtual to Virtual - You would choose this option if you would like to remain as a virtual item but request a scheduling (day/time) change.
  2. In-Person to Virtual - You would choose this option if you would like to convert your session from an in-person session to a virtual item. This will also entail moving to a different day and time.
  3. Virtual to In-Person - You would choose this option if you would like to convert your session from a virtual session to an in-person session. This will also entail moving to a different day and time.
How to Request a Conversion/Change
 
STEP 1:   In order to initiate a change request, please navigate to your Participation Hub and identify the panel, roundtable, or paper that for which you would like to request a change:
All of these requests must be made at the panel/session level.
 
Please note: All participants in panel/roundtable sessions must participate in the same format (all in-person or all virtual). “Hybrid” sessions (that is, panels/roundtables with both virtual and in-person participants) will not be possible in Nashville. Conversion/change requests for individual papers who wish to disconnect from their overarching session will be made available in November. 
 
 
STEP 2:   Identify the type of change that you are requesting from the dropdown list provided:
 
STEP 3:   After selecting the change type, you will be asked to select up to 8 available days and times to which you can request that your item be changed:
 
STEP 4:   After selecting up to 8 choices, you may then prioritize your choices based on which is most preferred. Please note: you are not required to select 8 time slots, but doing so will make it more likely that the Program Chairs are able to accommodate your request. 
 
STEP 5:   You have the ability to add notes for the reviewers of your request at the bottom of the screen. Before submitting, you must check the box where you acknowledge that you have communicated the proposed changes to the other participants on this item. It is required that all participants on your item are aware of and consent to the requested changes.
 
Only one conversion request can be submitted per item. After submitting your request, you will see the text "A request for a change in time or place was submitted" displayed directly beneath your item in your Participation Hub:
 
The deadline to submit a conversion/change request is January 15th - no requests can be submitted or accommodated after this date - no exceptionsISA is a large and complex meeting, made even more so by balancing in-person and virtual components. As a result, the program and its scheduling has to be finalized months in advance. We recommend that participants initiate any conversion/change requests as soon as possible (as it increases the likelihood that we will be able to accommodate the request).  
 
Please note: “Hybrid” sessions (that is, panels/roundtables with both virtual and in-person participants) will not be possible in Nashville. However, onsite participants will be able to participate in and attend virtual sessions as well as in-person sessions.
 
If you have any questions regarding conversion/change requests, please don't hesitate to contact us at systems@isanet.org. We look forward to your participation at ISA 2022!
 
Submit a Conversion/Change Request
 
 
 
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