LEARNING AND TEACHING IN HIGHER EDUCATION “STUDENTS AND TEACHERS”

1. OBJECTIVE

►The articles/ chapters can be of research, essay or presentation of the state of the art (systematic review). They should address the themes of the conference, in particular, the relationship between teaching and learning, with particular emphasis on students and teachers.

2. PARTICIPANTS AND PROPOSALS

►The authors of the articles // chapters must be participants in the IV International Conference Learning and Teaching in Higher Education (Évora, Portugal)

►The themes to be explored may be diverse, but following a common reflection or transversal axis on higher education, according to the title and themes defined for the Conference:

– Higher Education

– Transition to Higher Education

– Pedagogy at the University

– University teaching

– Development and Learning

– Socialization in the university context

– Educational Inclusion and Well-Being

– Educational Technology

– Educational Policies

– Education and gender

– Transition to the labour market

3. PUBLICATION

►The digital book will be published with ISBN by the Instituto Universitario de Creatividad y Innovación Educativa (IUCIE) de la Universitat de València (UV).

All texts will be submitted to peer review so its publication will depend on this assessment.

4. STRUCTURE OF THE E-BOOK

►The book or collection will consist of a set of chapters (up to 7,000-8,000 words each), which must follow the “Guidelines for Authors”, which are presented ahead.

►Articles can be written in Portuguese, Spanish, French or English.

►Depending on the type of article / text, the suggested structure is as follows:

– Abstract (Maximum 250 words)

– Introduction;

– Description, problematization and presentation of objectives or hypotheses;

– Argumentation, modelling or presentation of results;

– Discussion of results;

– Conclusion or final considerations;

– References

►Articles can be written in co-authorship as long as they do not exceed six authors. All articles must have at least one PhD author.

6. DEADLINES FOR SUBMISSION

►Texts must be forwarded to the conference e-mail following the submission deadlines announced on the IV International Conference Learning and Teaching in Higher Education page: presentation of complete texts until june 30th, 2020 in order to be submitted to referee and published on the E-book of the conference.

7. GUIDELINES FOR AUTHORS

►Texts must be written with a maximum of 7.000-8.000 words, including references.

►Text: program compatible with Microsoft Office-Word 2003, Times New Roman, size 12, space 1.5, with the top and left margin of 3 cm and right the right and inferior of 2 cm. For long direct citation use size 10. Text alignment: justified.

►Title: must appear in the first line with capital letters, in bold, size 14, centered.

►Identification: the name (s) of the author (s) must appear just below the title, justified on the right, in italics, letter 12.

►The specifications of the author (s), as well as the Institution (s) to which they belong, the research funding agency (when there is one) and the electronic address must be mentioned in a footnote, size 10, simple space, in the form of a mini-curriculum of up to 10 lines.

►Two lines below the identification of the authors must be present a summary of up to 250 words; five keywords that allow the job to be identified; left-justified and separated by a period; start each of them in capital letters.

►The objectives, methodology, results and conclusion must be clear in the text.

►References must only contain the authors and texts cited in the paper and be presented at the end of the text, in alphabetical order, obeying the updated rules of APA 6 (latest version).

►Footnotes must be exclusively explanatory and only when strictly necessary. All notes must be numbered and appear at the bottom of the page (use automatic word processor command: Insert / Notes).