Welcome to IAMCR 2020.
Reimagining the Digital Future in Tampere, Finland and online wherever you are!
IAMCR 2020 has begun. Login to your IAMCR member account to access the full conference.
The Unclosing Plenary titled "Continuity and Change in Eras of Risk and Uncertainty" moderated by Kaarle Nordenstreng of Tampere University features six presentations. Watch it here.
IAMCR 2020 will feature 6 plenary sessions - the opening, the unclosing and 4 thematic plenaries. More...
26 video sessions produced by IAMCR sections and working groups will be released during the week. See the list here.
Getting around IAMCR 2020
IAMCR 2020 has 3 main components: Plenary sessions, video sessions of the sections and working groups, and online papers.
You must be logged in to your IAMCR member account to access the full papers, the section and working group video sessions, and the comment platform. If you are not logged in, you will be able to access the abstracts but not the full papers, and you will not be able to access the section and working groups video sessions.
Papers: You can access the 153 virtual "panels" and the abstracts of the 680 online papers via the links below. You must be logged into your IAMCR account to access the full papers and to write and read comments. All comments are expected to use the CCC feedback principle: Constructive, Courteous and Critical. Papers will remain online until 12 September. Looking for a particular paper or author? Use the search facility to find it and the panel and section or working group it is in.
Videos: The 26 video sessions prepared by sections and working groups, featuring more than 120 speakers, will be available according to the schedule in the conference programme. You must be logged in with your IAMCR member accoiunt. As with the papers, comment and dialogue are encouraged and the videos will remain online until 12 September.
Plenaries: Six plenary sessions, including the opening, the unclosing and 4 thematic plenaries, will be released during the week and will remain accessible indefinitely. You do not have to login to see the plenaries.