General submissions must use the ACL stylesheet and templates. You may use either the Microsoft Word template or the LaTeX template, downloadable at: https://github.com/acl-org/acl-style-files.
Submissions to this special theme session do not need to conform to ACL Style guides, but must be submitted in PDF.
Submission of manuscripts for peer-review, and final camera-ready versions of the accepted papers and extended abstracts to ComputEL-7 are to be made through SoftConf, via the following link:
The deadline for submission is December 15, 2023 at 23:59:59 (UTC-12 timezone, “anywhere on earth”).
Instructions for Camera-Ready Versions
The deadline is January 27, 2024 by 23:59:59 (UTC-12 time zone, “anywhere on earth”).
Submissions must use the ACL stylesheet and templates: https://github.com/acl-org/acl-style-files
When submitting your final camera-ready version, please note that in doing so you agree with and consent to the following:
Transfer of copyright/permission for publication
- By submitting a camera-ready version of a submission that has been accepted for presentation as a paper, you agree that copyright to the work (including, without limitation, the right to publish the work in whole or in part in any and all forms and media, now or hereafter known) is transferred to the Association for Computational Linguistics (ACL). For details and exceptions, see the complete copyright form.
- By submitting the camera-ready version of a submission that has been accepted for presentation as either a paper or an extended abstract, you agree to permit the Organizing Committee of the ComputEL-7 workshop to publish the work (in whole or in part in any and all forms and media, now or hereafter known).
All camera-ready final manuscripts shall follow the style and formatting guidelines provided in the template files above. For final, camera ready, submissions:
- If using the LaTeX template, please remove the ‘review’ parameter on line 8 in
- If using the Word template, please deanonymize your paper and remove the running line numbers (Layout > line numbers > None)
Please note that ALL final manuscripts MUST follow the style and formatting guidelines indicated above, regardless of whether the manuscript has been accepted as a paper or as an extended abstract, or whether the original manuscript followed the style and formatting guidelines or not.
Please also note that the final versions of the manuscripts shall be revised and improved versions of the material content that was submitted for, and which has undergone review. Extensions should concern responses to reviewer comments and the addition of further relevant details and relevant clarification, but not entirely new, unreviewed content. The Organizing Committee reserves the final right to approve a manuscript for inclusion in the archived proceedings or the workshop extended abstract collection.
If you have any issues in turning your manuscript into the final format as specified in the templates, please do not hesitate to contact the organizers at: firstname.lastname@example.org.