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FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

1. I can't afford to come to the conference. Will SIGGRAPH 2005 pay my expenses?

2. My company sells educational software. Can we make a sales presentation?

3. I have a great idea for a presentation, but I'm not sure if it's appropriate (too basic, advanced, fuzzy, etc.) for your program.

4. English is not my first language. Can I submit and present in another language?

5. I'm a sixth-grade teacher, not an expert in computer graphics, but I have designed something using computer graphics, software, interactive techniques, games, etc. that really helps my math, English, dance, etc. students. Should I submit?

6. Is there a difference between the Papers program and a paper in the Educators Program?

7. There's an illustration in my paper of Elvis in "Clambake," which I got from the net. Is that okay?


1. I can't afford to come to the conference. Will SIGGRAPH 2005 pay my expenses?


Sorry, no. Please see Presenter Recognition for more details.   TOP

2. My company sells educational software. Can we make a sales presentation?


No. The Exhibition is the best place for that.   TOP

3. I have a great idea for a presentation, but I'm not sure if it's appropriate (too basic, advanced, fuzzy, etc.) for your program.


Please send it in, and let us make the decision.   TOP

4. English is not my first language. Can I submit and present in another language?


No, but SIGGRAPH 2005 can provide some help with English. Please see the English Review Service.   TOP

5. I'm a sixth-grade teacher, not an expert in computer graphics, but I have designed something using computer graphics, software, interactive techniques, games, etc. that really helps my math, English, dance, etc. students. Should I submit?


Yes. It may be appropriate for a Quick Take.   TOP

6. Is there a difference between the Papers program and a paper in the Educators Program?


Yes, they are different programs and have separate submission criteria.   TOP

7. There's an illustration in my paper of Elvis in "Clambake," which I got from the net. Is that okay?


No, either get written permission to use the image, or take it out. A reference in the text is OK.   TOP
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