Koli Calling

International Conference on Computing Education Research

Paper Formatting and Length Requirements

Koli Calling submissions are reviewed independently by three reviewers (posters by two) using a double-blind process. All submission should be anonymous. For additional instructions on how to properly anonymize your work, please refer to instructions provided by the ICER conference.

Papers submitted to Koli Calling must conform to the style rules outlined on the ACM SIG Proceedings website (ACM double column format for proceedings). Authors should use the templates listed at ACM’s site. Note that the templates were revised substantially in late 2016, and there is extensive documentation available for the LaTeX version.

The easiest way to ensure that you have up-to-date versions and the correct fonts is to use Overleaf, but any reasonable LaTeX environment should suffice if you load the correct templates and install any needed packages. The easiest way to create a Latex project in Overleaf is to use the ACM Overleaf templates. For all LaTex submissions, use the following documentclass (\documentclass[sigconf]{acmart}).

The Word version is in a transitional stage. If you are using Word, use the Interim template “Interim layout.docx” available for download on the ACM template page. Do not use the new submission template provided under the “New workflow for ACM publications” named acm_submissions_template.docx. We strongly suggest that you use LaTeX, but if you must use Word, allocate sufficient time to get it to work correctly.

Page limits of different categories are strict and include references.

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