Reviewing - Second Round
The first round of paper reviewing has closed, with accepted papers to appear in a special issue of the International Journal of Mathematical Education in Science and Technology (36:7).
We are pleased to announce a second round of reviewing for Delta'05, with accepted full papers to appear in a refereed Conference Proceedings. This second round aims to assist authors who require substantial revision of their original papers, or who were unable to make the early deadline required by the Journal publication.
Contributed papers for Kingfisher Delta '05 are categorised into
Unless the author chooses not to have their paper appear in the proceedings, full papers will be peer blind reviewed by two independent referees. Papers accepted by the reviewers will appear in the Conference Proceedings, either in the special issue of iJMEST or in the Proceedings book.
Papers which are submitted as Short Papers and hence not for review, and those which are not accepted following review, may be presented as Short Papers and will be published in the Conference Communications. All abstracts will appear in the Conference Handbook.
Posters are displays of innovative ideas/research findings suitable for pinning on a board. Posters enable presenters to demonstrate and discuss research, development and applications in progress in order to gain feedback and establish contacts.
Full Paper Submissions
Full papers should not be more than 8 pages long (15 pages double-spaced). To ensure consistency between the iJMEST and book publications, we request that you follow the guidelines and templates provided at the journal's "Instructions for Authors" web page (http://www.tandf.co.uk/journals/authors/tmesauth.asp). Papers should be prepared in either Microsoft Word or LaTeX.
However, do not follow the instructions for submission given on the iJMEST web site and in the style guide. Instead submissions will be made via the Delta'05 Full Paper Submissions form.
Short Paper Submissions
Use the Delta'05 Full Paper Submissions form, following the same guidelines and templates as for full papers.
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