Call for Papers

The abstracts must not be more than 300 words including the keywords, and written in English using MS Word, Times New Roman, font 12. The abstracts should have a paper title, the name of author/writer, institution name and address, email, fax and telephone numbers. Abstracts submitted should also be accompanied by a brief biography (100 words). Applicants will be notified for the acceptance of their abstracts. 

Full papers should be written in English using MS Word, Times New Roman, 12 font, single spaced, and referring to the following format:

  • Title
  • Name of Author/Writer
  • Affiliation and email address

The length of each paper for presentation should not exceed 4,000 words (approx. 8 pages-single spaced including endnotes and references) and references refer to the APA style. All works should be original and have not been previously presented at other conferences or published in any other proceedings, books or journals. The accepted full papers will be published in the conference proceeding. The proceeding will be submitted to Scopus for review and indexing.

THEME

Digital Social Sciences, Humanities, and Education

SUB THEMES:

  • Digital Media for Social Sciences Education
  • Digital Media and Technology in education
  • E-government
  • E-Learning
  • Artificial Intelligence
  • Digital Etnography
  • Digital Sociology
  • Antrophology Media
  • Media Studies
  • Digital Communication
  • Smart City and Development
  • Digital Library
  •  Information literacy
  • Augmented reality for education
  • Digital Literacy
  • Digital Society
  • Digital Citizenship
  • Social Network
  • Digital Culture
  • Digital Learning and Teaching
  • Public Policy for Digital Technology