After London, the ICLEI series returns to Kuala Lumpur with an event at the prestigious DoubleTree by Hilton hotel featuring keynotes and research papers on language and education. Full papers to be published in online proceedings (eISSN 2682-7697).
Abstract submission is compulsory for all presenters. All submissions must be performed online via the event’s web-based system. Click Register Now to start the registration/submission process.
All accepted abstracts will be featured in the conference program booklet. Presenters are advised to take into consideration the following requirements while preparing their abstracts:
FULL PAPER SUBMISSION:
All full papers must be uploaded in MS Word format via the event’s web-based system. Click HERE to access the system
Full papers are NOT REQUIRED from authors who don’t require publication of their work in the conference’s online proceedings or if their papers have already been published elsewhere. In this case, an abstract-only submission is sufficient.Authors are advised to download the conference’s official template to ensure that their papers meet the event’s formatting requirements.
Full papers (including all tables, figures, and appendices) must not exceed 15 pages long. A fee of USD35 per page will be imposed for every additional page beyond this limit. A separate invoice will be issued to the author if this limit has been exceeded.
Presenters will be notified via email if their papers have been accepted. Acceptance notifications will normally come with suggestions and remarks from a reviewer. IF a presenter wishes to modify the paper based on these comments, he or she must upload the amended version as a camera-ready paper via the online system.
Authors are advised to NOT submit their full papers if they don’t plan to seek publication in the proceedings or if the work had already been published elsewhere. In this case, an abstract-only submission will be sufficient.
For more information, kindly visit ICLEI/callforpaper website .
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