1 – Guidelines for submitting a paper
There is a maximum of two papers per person inscribed, whether as author or as co-author. The papers should follow the APA version & guidelines.
Each paper can be presented in A4 format with a minimum of 10 pages and a maximum of 15 pages including abstract and bibliography, and should be numbered. Between authors and co-authors a maximum of three people is permitted: 1 author and 2 co-authors; three co-authors; or two authors and one co-author.
As regards format, the papers should be in ODT Open Document or in Microsoft Word (.doc o .docx), and in Times New Roman, 12.
Languages admitted: English & Spanish.
On the first page, the following elements should appear in this order:
1.The title in capital letters, centred, in bold, and in Times New Roman 14.
- An indication of which CONFERENCE THEME the paper is related to in Times New Roman 12.
- The complete name of the author and co-authors (where applicable) without initials, right justified and in Times News Roman 12. The identifying details for the authors and co-authors should be in a footnote and be in the following order: institution; academic title; research group and e-mail.
Quotes should be clearly distinguished from the text and be in the following format: single space, with a 4cm left-side margin and in font-size 11. Spell and grammar-checking are the authors’ responsibility. The Abstract should be between 250 and 500 words.
2 – Procedure for submitting a paper
All authors should submit an abstract of their paper before the deadline, using the register form. On acceptance of the paper by the Scientific Committee, the author should confirm his participation by paying the inscription fee. The final version of the article should be sent to email@example.com respecting the guidelines outlined in point 1 above. The author’s participation in the conference and the appearance of his paper in the official programme is dependent on the payment of said fee within the deadline indicated, either by bank transfer or by credit card. All authors appearing in the official programme should send a PowerPoint as well as instruction on what technology will be needed during the presentation.
3 – Publication of the Conference Proceedings
The author of an accepted paper formally concedes to the University of the Basque Country the right to reproduce said paper in the archives of the Eleventh International GUIDE Conference and the Ninth International Ikasnabar Conference.
All papers approved by the Scientific Committee will be published in the Acts of the Eleventh International GUIDE Conference and the Ninth International Ikasnabar Conference, with an ISBN provided by the Editorial Service of the University of the Basque Country.
A limited number of papers will be evaluated for publication by peer review by the Scientific Committees of the official publications of the GUIDE Association (FormaMente and Digital Universities: International Best Practices and Applications) which will consider articles related to their specific scientific focuses.
For more information, please contact the conference coordinator Dylan Giordano: firstname.lastname@example.org
4 – Presentations
Authors will present their papers during the conference using Power Point or equivalents. Specific requests for apparatus needed for the presentation (Wi-Fi, Smart box, Prezi, etc…) should be communicated beforehand to the organizers. The GUIDE Association and UDIMA cannot guarantee the availability of the apparatus required in all of the rooms. Participants should respect the time established in the programme for their presentation, which should be no longer than 15 minutes in order to ensure that there is sufficient time for other participants.