Papers for submission to ICODL 2011 Conference

 

 

The ICODL 2011 Conference welcomes papers which:  

 

  • are relevant to the themes of the Conference
  • declare to what section they belong
  • will be submitted on time
  • will follow the instructions for the papers  

 

 The papers for submission will be allocated to one of the following two sections and the authors should declare from the beginning to which Section they wish their paper to go.

 

Section A

  • theoretical papers, original research and scientific articles  

 

Section B

  • applications, experiences, good practices, descriptions and outlines, educational activities, issues for dialog and discussion 
 

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  Please, download our paper template  to prepare your paper.

  The papers should be sent electronically to the following address: icodl2011@eap.gr

 

 

►      Section A

 

The papers are accepted after the anonymous reviewing by at least two referees. The reviewing could lead to the:

  • Acceptance of the paper
  • Non acceptance of the paper
  • Acceptance with changes following the referees’ suggestions. In this case the authors should resubmit their full paper

 

Instructions for papers to be submitted in Section A

Title: Font Times New Roman, size 12 Bold, justified
Authors’ identity: Surname and first name, institution, occupation, title, e-mail address (Font Times New Roman, font size 10)
Abstract:  200 words, (Font Times New Roman, font size 12)
Unit headings: Optional numeration (Font Times New Roman, font size 12 Bold)
Sub-unit headings: Optional numeration (Font Times New Roman, font size 12 Bold)
Main text: (Font Times New Roman, font size 12)
Single line spacing
Charts – tables: placed within the text
Headers and footers: must not be used
Number of pages: 7 – 14  
Position of the page numbers: bottom of page, alignment right
References and notes: at the end of the text, not as footnotes (Font Times New Roman, font size 10)

  

 

►      Section B

 

The papers are accepted after the anonymous reviewing by one referee. The reviewing could lead to the:

  • Acceptance of the paper
  • Non acceptance of the paper
  • Acceptance with changes following the referee’s suggestions. In this case the authors should resubmit their full paper. 

 

Instructions for papers to be submitted in Section B

Title: Font Times New Roman, size 12 Bold, justified
Authors’ identity: Surname and first name, institution, occupation, title, e-mail address (Font Times New Roman, font size 10)
Abstract:  about 200 words, (Font Times New Roman, font size 12)
Unit headings: Optional numeration (Font Times New Roman, font size 12 Bold)
Sub-unit headings: Optional numeration (Font Times New Roman, font size 12 Bold)
Main text: (Font Times New Roman, font size 12)
Single line spacing
Charts – tables: placed within the text
Headers and footers: must not be used
Number of pages: 48   
Position of the page numbers: bottom of page, alignment right
References and notes: at the end of the text, not as footnotes (Font Times New Roman, font size 10)

 

►      Bibliographic References

In the text, the references are quoted between brackets, eg. (Alladin, 1992) or (Alladin, 1992: 4), when there is also a page reference. At the end of the text, the bibliographic references comply with the following standards:

 

From articles in journals

Alladin, I., (1992). ‘International co-operation in higher education: the globalization of universities’.      Higher Education in Europe, XVII (4), pp. 4-13

 

From articles in electronic journals

Antonian Louisa, Davis Alan. (2002). ‘Re – Claiming Vygotsky : Innovation in   Teaching and Learning in Post – Soviet Universities’, The Journal of Eurasian   Research, Retrieved on 26 July, 2003 from  http://www.actr.org/JER/issue3/2.htm

 

From conference proceedings

Verma, G.K. and Entzinger, H.B. (1992). ‘Transferring knowledge in a crosscultural perspective’, in Cerri, S. and Whiting, J. (eds). Learning Technology in the European Communities. Proceedings of the DELTA Conference on Research and Development – The Hague 18-19 October 1990. Dordrecht, Kluwer Academic Publisher, pp. 73-78

 

From a book

Ausubel, D.P. (1968) ‘Educational psychology: a cognitive view’, New York, Holt, Rinehart & Winston

 

From a book with many authors without an editor

Mason, Robin (1994). ‘Distance Education Across National Borders’, in Mary Thorpe and David Grugeon, eds, Open Learning in the Mainstream. Harlow, Essex: Longman Group Limited.

 

From a book with many writers and an editor (edited collection)

Blustain H., Goldstein Ph., Lozier Gr., (1999), ‘Assessing the New Competitive Landscape’, in       Dancing with the Devil, Editors: Richard N. Katz and Associates, Jossey-Bass Publishers, San Francisco

 
 

 

►        The papers should be sent electronically to the following address: icodl2011@eap.gr