ABSTRACT SUBMISSION GUIDELINES
Before submitting your abstract, please read the following abstract submission guidelines.
TITLE; should be precise with a clear description of the presentation, and reflect the overall content. It should be written in capitals (e.g. XXX).
AUTHOR(S); name(s) and SURNAME(s) should be written respectively. The name(s) of the authors (only first letter capitalized) and surname(s) (all capitalized) should be written clearly.
INSTITUTION(S); should be written clearly with the names of the institutions, departments and cities (e.g. Izmir Democracy University, Department of English Language Teaching, Izmir) in the order of author(s).
ABSTRACT(S); should provide readers with an overview of the content of your chapter. It is important that your abstract clearly states the purpose of your chapter, and summarizes the content in plain text(s) avoiding the use of tables, figures and formulas.
ABSTRACTS are limited to 250-500 words in Turkish and English (only in English for participants from abroad). TITLES, AUTHORS and INSTITUTIONS are excluded. Abstracts shorter than 250 words and longer than 500 words will not be considered for evaluation.
- HOW TO SUBMIT
Abstracts should only be submitted online. Please check the conference website in order to start your abstract submission process.
1) Authors, who are going to submit their abstracts for the first time via ABSTRACT SUBMISSION PANEL, should fill in the registration form provided by ABSTRACT SUBMISSION link. On the form, you can find the required fields for abstract submission. You should submit your abstract in the language of presentation. You do not need to upload a separate file.
2) Please note your ABSTRACT ID after the registration process. Your abstract ID(s) and password(s) are required to log in Abstract Submission Panel.
EVALUATION OF ABSTRACTS
The abstract evaluation and acceptance process will be performed by keeping the name/surname and institutions of the author/s confidential and according to the result of the referee evaluation. Abstracts will be evaluated by at least 2 (two) referees. When the referee evaluation report is received, the result of the evaluation will be sent to the author/s by e-mail. Participants can pay their fees upon receiving the acceptance e-mail. The presenting author/s is responsible for announcing the acceptance of the abstract to the co-authors. In order for the accepted paper to be presented and to be included in the scientific program, the author/s must complete the conference registration.
Each registered participant can participate with a maximum of 3 (three) papers.
Accepted abstracts will be included in the Abstracts Book, and the full texts that will be requested afterwards will be included in the Conference Book.
In order for the presentations of the papers whose abstracts are accepted, the author/s must have registered for the congress. Papers that are not presented will not be published.
Full text submission requirements for authors whose abstracts have been accepted
Full texts that are prepared in accordance with the following criteria will be published in an online conference book. Papers sent beyond the deadline will not be included in the conference book. Besides the conference book that will be published online, author/s will be able to publish their work as a chapter in the book to be published by an international publishing house, provided that the conditions are met. The international publisher and publishing guidelines will be informed to the participants later.
Papers should not exceed 20 pages, including abstract, main text, tables, figures and references. Papers should be justified and author names and institutions should be centered under the title. The title should be centered, written in 14 pt, bold and capital letters, and the names of the authors and their institutions should be centered under the title. If there is more than one institution, authors and institutions should be numbered to determine which author works in which institution. Research texts should include subsections such as INTRODUCTION, METHOD, RESULTS, DISCUSSION, CONCLUSION AND RECOMMENDATIONS and REFERENCES. Table titles should be placed on the table to which they belong, and figure and graph titles should be under the figure and / or graphs to which they belong. Papers should be written on the computer using Microsoft Word. They should be written in Times New Roman, 11 pt with one and a half (1.5) line spacing. In paragraphs, the first lines should be indented 1 cm from the left margin. References should be prepared according to APA 6 (American Psychological Association) standards and alphabetized by the first author’s last name. All in-text citations should be listed in the “references” section.
Full texts should be scanned for plagiarism (the similarity should not exceed 30%) before publication. The result of the similarity report should be uploaded in pdf format by clicking on the ‘abstract submission’ link. Papers without similarity reports will not be published.