ASAC 2017 Conference
Case Division - Regular Stream
When submitting cases to ASAC 2017:
- For your submission, please follow the instructions in the Case Division - regular stream Style Guide.
- Submit cases to the Regular stream via the EasyChair Website for ASAC 2017. Be sure to select "Case Division - regular stream" when prompted to select a track.
- Use the "keywords" section in the submission form to identify the subject area of your case submission.
- You must submit a Case Release Form and teaching note with your case. You can either scan the signed form and include it at the end of your submission (one file for full submission which includes the case, teaching note & signed release form) or you can submit the case release form separately by email to the Divisional Editor Karin Schnarr (email@example.com).
Case Division - Cases in Development Stream
Should you be interested in submitting a case in development, please submit proposals to the Cases in Development stream according to the following submission instructions.
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