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ACM Hypertext & Social Media 2024

Pozna?, Poland
Organization: ACM
Categories: Digital Humanities, Lingustics, Rhetoric & Composition, Science
Event Date: 2024-09-10 to 2024-09-13 Abstract Due: 2024-03-31

[CFP] ACM Hypertext & Social Media 2024 - Deadline 31 Mar 2024



ACM Hypertext & Social Media 2024

10-13 September 2024, Poznan, Poland


Deadline: 31 March 2024 23.59 AOE



Important Dates

• Workshop proposals

 - Submission: 28 February 2024 AoE

 - Notification: 15 March 2024 AoE


• Research tracks

 - Submission: 31 March 2024 AoE

 - Notification: 15 May 2024 AoE


• Practitioners tracks & blue sky

 - Submission: 26 May 2024 AoE

 - Notification: 26 June 2024 AoE


• Camera-ready version of accepted papers

 - 23 July 2024 AoE


• Conference 10-13 September 2024


Note: The submission times are 11:59 pm AoE time (Anywhere on Earth)


The ACM Hypertext Conference is a premium venue for high-quality peer-reviewed research on hypertext theory, systems, applications, publishing, artwork and related practices. It is concerned with all aspects of modern hypertext research including social and intelligent media, narrative systems and applications, authoring, reading and publishing hypertext, workflows and infrastructures as well as reflections and approaches. 


The topic of the 2024 edition of HT is Creative Intelligence. 


Research tracks (31 March 2024 AoE)

Intelligent methods for content creation and curation 
Authoring and publishing of 
Foundations of Creative Intelligence and social media content
Readership and experience with interactive and social media
Communities of digital practices


Practitioners’ tracks (26 May 2024 AoE)

Interactive narratives
Resources and tools


Submissions on EasyChair




Long papers (up to 12 pages + references)
Short papers (up to 6 pages + references)
Extended abstracts (2-4 pages + references)


All accepted contributions will be published by ACM and will be available in the Proceedings via the ACM Digital Library. Selected contributors will be invited to submit an expanded version after the conference to a special issue.




Mariusz Pisarski