Format and Submission Guide

Format Guide

These following informations serve as a model of how your final paper should look. Please read and follow these instructions carefully to ensure that your paper looks sharp in print.

Article must be prepared in MS Word, using the full paper guidelines below:

  • Base font should be set to Times New Roman, in 12-point size and 1.5 line spacing
  • Headlines and subheadings should be properly marked
  • All text should be fully justified, except headlines and subheadings should be left-jusitfied
  • First line on top of the left side:
    • Name and surname of the author
    • institution of employment
    • e-mail address
  • In the second line below:
    • Full title of the article
  • Abstract and key words:
    • Abstract should contain 250 words or fewer
    • Key words up to 5
  • Elements of the article:
    • Introduction of the article
    • Body
    • Conclusion
    • References at the end of an article
  • In Text Citation:
    • place citations within sentences and paragraphs so that is clear which material has come from which source
      Example: Use the author's last name, the year of publication and page number :(Field, 2005, p. 14) 
  • Proper citation of references at the end of an article

Before submitting the article be sure it is proofread and grammatically proper for publishing.

Final Inspection before uploading it to the website:

  • Once you have prepared your manuscript, please conduct a final spell and grammar check, make a final visual inspection to make sure your paper matches the style presented by this guide.

Submission Guide

All authors must submit their abstract by using our Paper Submission System.

You can submit your abstract by selecting Call for Abstracts -> Submit Abstact on left side menu.

If you are not already registered as author in our system then you have to register by using "create one here" link on bottom of login form and follow instructions otherwise login with your username and password.

After successful login you have to  complete the following fields to successfully submit their abstract:

  • Title - Title of abstract;
  • Strand - Scientific or Practice;
    Scientific strand: the abstract should include a clear theoretical grounding, statement of the research question, research design, methodology, the main result and a conclusion; the research should be significant for the development of your research field.
    Practice strand: the abstract should provide a brief description of objectives of the presentation / demonstration and details of key arguments of the skills and activities covered, including theoretical, methodological, or applied/policy implications as appropriate.
  • Special audiovisual requirements - All meeting rooms will be equipped with the basic audiovisual equipment (i.e. LCD projector, laptop, & microphone).  Please list specific equipment if needed;
  • Content - Up to 250 words per abstract; the abstract should not include references and should be written in either the past or present tense;
  • Presentation type - Paper or Workshop;
  • Attached files - Presentations slides, other supporting materials. You will be also able to attach materials after acceptance of your abstract. Please don't include abstract in field. Use dedicated field for that;
  • Primary Authors - Author of contribution. You can add already registered users (such as yourself) via "Search User" function or define new author
  • Co-Authors - Co-Authors. You can add already registered users via "Search User" function or define new author;
  • Track classification - Where do you think your contribution will fit the best;
  • Comments - Any comments if needed.

Please double check the information you provided. Clicking "Submit" will forward your information to us. You will receive an email containing the information above. We will contact you after your information has been reviewed.

At least one presenter from each accepted contribution must register to the Conference in order to be included in the final program.