Guidance

Deadline: May 17th, 2024 11:59pm, UTC-12 (anywhere on Earth)


Submission of long (8 page) and short (4 page) papers takes place through direct submission via OpenReview (OR), or via ACL Rolling Review (ARR) commitment:

  • OpenReview: Submit directly by May 17th. Use the respective OR submission button and do not commit any ARR submissions.

  • ACL Rolling Review:
    • Receive your reviews by April 15th.
    • Decide within 5 days if you will commit to presenting at ACL.
      • If you don't commit to ACL, you can improve your paper and submit directly via OR by May 17th.
      • If you commit to ACL, you'll receive an acceptance notification by May 15th.
        • If accepted: You can still submit your work via OR (as a non-archival submission) by May 17th. This option is available for accepted papers presented at Findings of the Association for Computational Linguistics (ACL) or at any other venue where you wish to share your work with a specific audience.
        • If rejected: You can submit your improved paper via OR by May 17th. Alternatively, you can commit your paper with the ARR reviews by May 17th.
Key Points:
  • You can choose OpenReview or the ACL Rolling Review process.
  • The deadline for both options is May 17th.
  • If you choose the ACL Rolling Review, you'll have the opportunity to revise your paper based on feedback before the final decision.
  • If you are new in OpenReview, please note also that profiles created without an institutional email will go through a moderation process that can take up to two weeks, but new profiles created with an institutional email will be activated automatically.

Accepted papers

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