Submission of Abstracts

The research track of the congress will be exploring the overall theme of “In Search of Excellence with Equity for Tomorrow’s Education” and will focus on sub-themes like:

  • Education and Globalization
  • Accreditation /Assessment and Evaluation processes
  • Quality assurance in Education, Training and Lifelong Learning
  • Barriers to Learning (e.g.: age, psychosocial factors, ethnicity…)
  • Distance Education and E-learning
  • Early Childhood Education and Care
  • Educational Administration, Leadership and Planning
  • Technology in Education
  • Lifelong Learning
  • New Trends in Education
  • Second/Foreign Language Education
  • Special and Inclusive Education
  • Multicultural and Refugee Education
  • Links between Education and Research
  • The internationalization of Universities
  • Curriculum Design and Innovation
  • Instructional and Learning Design
  • Academic experiences and best practice contributions
  • Continuous Education and Training

Submitted abstracts should be relevant with the overall congress theme objectives and at least one of the congress sub-themes, should be written in English, and should be submitted in time (see below for “important dates”) All contributions must be original (i.e. not been published elsewhere), follow academic writing, structure and methodology. Submissions will be blind-refereed by at least two anonymous reviewers who will decide if the proposed abstracts will be accepted or not. Acceptance of an abstract does not automatically lead to acceptance of the relevant final paper; following the acceptance of the abstract, the author(s) will be provided with specific guidelines for the submission of a full paper, and then all submitted full papers will be refereed again by at least two anonymous reviewers who will decide if the final paper will be accepted or not.