Q: When I publish a paper in the CAA Proceedings, how is copyright managed?
A: When your paper is accepted for the CAA Proceedings, you are asked to sign a Copyright License Agreement, which transfers the copyrights of your paper to CAA. However, you are free to distribute your paper(s) for personal, non-commercial use. This includes archiving in institutional repositories as well as uploading to personal websites and services like academia.edu and Researchgate. However, we ask you to refrain from archiving and distributing versions of your paper(s) that have not been accepted for publication yet.
Q: What is the difference between the printed proceedings and online-only proceedings?
A: In order to prevent proceedings volumes from becoming too expensive, the number of papers appearing in print is limited to the 50 that were ranked highest by reviewers. All other accepted papers will be published online.
Q: How many papers will I be asked to review as a member of the Review College?
A: This depends on the number of incoming papers and the availability of reviewers with the required expertise, but we try to keep the maximum number of review requests to 5 per person. However reviewers are not obligated to accept all requests received.