Paper Proposal

InCoTEPD 2016 Paper Proposal Formats

A paper proposal can be submitted by an individual or small group of authors. The proposal should be in the form of an abstract of 500 words long excluding references. The proposal should outline the best practice being explored or area of research being reported on, the conceptual underpinnings of the paper, its findings and a conclusion. The conference strand the paper connects with should also be indicated.

Participants who have their paper proposal accepted are encouraged to submit the full-paper. This full-paper must be written according to the template and guidelines (available online), and will be reviewed by a team of the conference and only accepted full-paper that will be included in the conference proceeding. The proceeding of the conference will be published in two formats, print and online, each with ISBN. All articles in the proceeding will be registered to be indexed by Google Scholar.