You are invited to submit your abstract.
You are invited to submit your abstract to the 5th World Conference on Education and Teaching, 03 – 05 August 2023 in Stockholm, Sweden. Please send your abstract for evaluation by the organizing Scientific Committee and if abstract is accepted, the submitter must provide a full-text paper. The full paper will be requested for subsequent publication opportunities. Otherwise, your abstract only will be published in the Proceeding.
Upon payment of the registration fee, your presentation will be confirmed.
How to Submit Your Abstract
Each submitted abstract will be reviewed by two members of the scientific committee. Successful abstracts will pass a double-blind peer review. The authors of the selected abstracts will be notified electronically. In order to have your presentation confirmed, you will need to register for the event and complete the payment of the registration fee.
You can submit your abstract by filling out this electronic form. You will be notified electronically about the status of your abstract – whether it was accepted or rejected. If your abstract is accepted and you are invited to present it at the conference, you will also receive an official letter of acceptance.
Paper Submission Format:
The committee will review submissions that are both in the abstract and partial/full paper form. However, please note that your submission materials must include the following:
- The clear objective of your research and background information
- Explanation of your methodology
- Predicted research outcomes
- List of keywords
Scientific Committee and Evaluation Process:
The scientific committee is appointed and overseen by the conference organizing committee. Members of the scientific committee are academics, scholars, and researchers with an established track record of relevant research in and contribution to the discipline.
Each submission will be reviewed by two committee members. To ensure fairness and impartiality, it will be a double-blind process. Each abstract will be given a 1-5 mark (5 – excellent, 1 – very poor).