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There will be three types of presentations possible at the
conference: A written paper presentation, an oral presentation
only and a poster presentation. For the first a full paper
should be submitted using the iJMEST paper template, for the second
only an abstract is required, and for the third a poster is
Please note that each participant will be allowed to make
only ONE presentation. However, subject to this condition,
participants may be named as an author on more than one paper
or abstract. No paper will be accepted unless at least one
author is registered for the conference.
There will be two conference
- The proceedings in a special issue of the
International Journal of Mathematical Education in
Science and Technology (iJMEST). Submissions
Please contact Mike Thomas email@example.com
if you have any queries
This will include peer-reviewed reports of teaching
experiments/experiences and research papers, and the
abstracts of all conference presentations. Please submit
papers to firstname.lastname@example.org
the iJMEST paper template.
Participants may choose to send only an abstract, with a
maximum of 500 words (no more than one page, using the template provided here.)
The deadline for submission of final papers for the
Communication is 21st August 2011.
Authors should submit two copies of their papers, which
should be between 8 and 10 pages in length when single
spaced, and a maximum of 5000 words. These copies should
- One fully blinded copy with all references to the
authors and their institutions removed (in the body of
the paper as well).
- One copy with all details of all authors.
Participants should submit original abstracts for oral
and/or poster presentations by 31st August 2011. Please use
the template provided here for abstracts for
oral and/or poster presentations.
- Submissions of papers for iJMEST: 30th May 2011
- Submissions of papers for the Communications: 21st
- Submission of abstracts for short presentations: 31st
Authors are requested to conform to the following
guidelines for submission of papers and abstracts. Papers and
abstracts must be submitted in English. No paper will be
published unless at least one author is registered for the
conference. We strongly encourage submitting authors to
register via the online registration system simultaneously
with the submission.
Papers should be submitted in Word or Latex. No other
format will be accepted. Please follow the general guidelines
for layout and style of papers found at http://www.tandf.co.uk/journals/authors/tmesauth.asp.
This site also has both Latex and Word templates for papers.
Please use these templates even if you are submitting for the
proceedings or sending just an abstract.
All papers and abstracts will be reviewed and may be
selected for publication (as above), for oral or poster
presentation, or may be rejected. The time allotted for each
oral presentation will depend on the session to which the
abstract is allocated. English will be the language for all
oral and poster presentations. Please use the template provided here for abstracts for
oral and/or poster presentations.
Detailed programme information, guidelines and
recommendations for written paper, oral and poster
presentations, as well as time allotment, date, hour, and
venue, will be sent in due time to duly registered
- iJMEST papers may be submitted electronically using the
web site http://mc.manuscriptcentral.com/tmes
until the deadline of May 30th 2011. When you are prompted
for the title of the Special Issue use ‘Volcanic Delta 2011:
The 8th Delta Conference on the Teaching and Learning of
- Abstracts and Communications papers should be sent by
direct email to email@example.com
until the relevant deadline of August 21st or August 31st,
- Teacher's Day (Monday 28 November 2011) Presentations:
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