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Author Guidelines

1. Aims and scope

The articles should focus on subjects related to the impact of ICT on education and new emergent forms of teaching and learning in digital environments. DER will consider research works as well as reviews and theoretical reviews.

DER will only consider original, unpublished manuscripts that have not been submitted for publication elsewhere. DER suggests to review the previous papers published by DER that can be related with the proposal.

 

2. Manuscripts admitted

  • Peer Review Articles: articles that have passed the blind evaluation carried out by a group of experts
  • Reviews: short articles about books, software or websites and PhD
  • Guest and Invited articles: articles approved by the editorial board of the jounal

3. Manuscript submission

  • The papers, which must be unpublished, should be sent by this system.  If you are not registered, you must do so before submitting your articles to review, using the format that appears in section REGISTER.  Once registered, you must open a working session (enter the website using your user name and password) and begin the process of sending the document, which consists of 5 steps. The article processing or submission does not have any charges.
  • The papers must be original and they must not be published previously.
  • Manuscripts must be submitted in electrolic file format (.doc, .rtd., .odt). DER will not edit submitted manuscripts for style or language. Also, reviewers may advise non acceptance of a manuscript if there are an unacceptable number of grammatical errors.
  • Articles received can be in Spanish or in English. In both cases is necessary to include an abstract and key words in Ensglish.

4.  Format

TEMPLATE

Submitted articles must cointain the following information:

  • Title page
  • Abstract: in English and optionally in Spanish, of a maximum of 200 words
  • Keywords: a maximmum of 5 keywords that identify the subject area of the paper
  • Body of the article: The extension of the body of the text is free. It is recommended that it has introduction,  methodology, results, conclusions and references

Author information (name and surname, position or academic affiliation, e-mail address) must be included in the submission process but not in the document to guarantee blind review process.

The works should be accompanied by a bibliography at the end of the article. All the references quoted in the text should appear in this list, and be put in alphabetic order, complying as closely as possible to the regulations of the American Psychological Association, 6th edition. To quote online texts you must also follow the APA regulation.


Page Setup: 
A4 paper
Margins: top: 3,5; bottom: 3; left: 2,5; right: 2,5
Headers and footers: 1,5
Title: Verdana, bold, 12 pt., centred, black
Author: Verdana, bold, 11 pt., centred, black 
Institutions: Verdana,  9 pt., centred, black 
Mail address: Verdana, 9 pt, blue, centred
Text Summary: Normal, Verdana 10 pt., justify, black
Text paper: Normal, Verdana 9 pt., justify, black
Reference: Normal, Verdana, 8 pt., justify,  black
Footnote: Normal Verdana, 8 pt. justify , black:
Line space: 1,3


5. Reviewing

  • All the authors will receive notification of receipt of the work.
  • The editors will determine the interest and relevance of the manuscript and then it will be sent to the reviewers.
  • Authors will receive the referees' comments with the final decision (It may be acceptable in present form/ It might be acceptable with minor revisions/It might be acceptable after a deep revision/It can't be accepted). Authors may check at any time the evaluation process' status through the OJS platform.
  • Comments and the final decision of the review process will be sent to the authors 6 months after the date of receipt of the article.
  • If the paper is accepted, the authors must attend to the reviewer's requirements and send back the paper in a period of 1 month.
  • After a second review the authors are requested to send an electronic file with the final version of the paper, attending the Editor's formal requirements.
6. Publication
The editors of the journal reserve the right to publish the contributions in the issue which they consider most appropriate. Those articles which are not published because it is felt they are not appropriate for the journal will be returned and the authors will be notified by e-mail.
Digital Education Review, DER, does not accept any responsibility for the points of view and statements made by the authors in their work.

7. Copyright Notice

All contents published by DER are under a license Attribution-Noncommercial-No Derivative Works 3.0 Spain, of Creative Commons. All the conditions of use in: Creative Commons

It is the responsibility of the authors to obtain the necessary permits for images that are subject to copyright.

 

 

Submission Preparation Checklist

As part of the submission process, authors are required to check off their submission's compliance with all of the following items, and submissions may be returned to authors that do not adhere to these guidelines.

  1. The submission has not been prievously published, nor is it before another journal for consideration (or an explanation has been provided in Comments to the Editor.
  2. The submission file is in Microsoft Word (or Opensource equivalent)
  3. The text adheres to the stylistic and bibliographic requirements outlined in the Author Guidelines
  4. The submitted manuscript has been prepared for blind peer review. All references to and names of the authors have been removed from every parto of the manuscript and replaces with the word "Author".

    Author information has been included in the submission process (Step 3. Metadata)

  5. DER will not edit submitted manuscripts for style or language, it is authors' responsibility. Also, reviewers may advise non acceptance of a manuscript if there are an unacceptable number of grammatical errors.
 

Copyright Notice

The authors who publish in this journal agree to the following terms:

  1. Authors retain copyright and grant the journal the right of first publication.
  2. The texts published in Digital Education Review, DER, are under a license Attribution-Noncommercial-No Derivative Works 3,0 Spain, of Creative Commons. All the conditions of use in: Creative Commons,

In order to mention the works, you must give credit to the authors and to this Journal.

Digital Education Review, DER,  does not accept any responsibility for the points of view and statements made by the authors in their work.

 

 

 


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ISSN 2013-9144

 

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