Call For Papers



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You can publish your articles, conference papers, and call for papers on provided that they are related to the research topic, meet academic standards, and do not infringe the copyright law. Our aim is not to create an online journal but rather to contribute to the exchange of ideas between various researchers, so we accept also papers which have been already presented or published in an off-line version.

Notes for Contributors

Structure of calls for papers
title, start date, end date, venue, country, organiser, homepage, contact person,
deadline, description (max. 500 characters incl. spaces)

Structure of articles

title, name of the author, abstract (max. 1000 characters incl. spaces),
text (max. 30 000 characters incl. spaces)

Structure of citations

citations in accordance with AGPS Style Guide 5th ed. (Harvard standard), examples:
book, one author: Berkman, R. I. 1994, Find It Fast: How to Uncover Expert Information on
Any Subject, HarperPerennial, New York.
book, multiple authors: Cheek, J., Doskatsch, I., Hill, P. & Walsh, L. 1995, Finding Out:
Information Literacy For the 21st century, MacMillan Education Australia, South Melbourne.
article: Huffman, L. M. 1996, 'Processing Whey Protein for Use as a Food Ingredient', Food
Technology, vol. 50, no. 2, pp. 49-52.
proceedings contribution: Bernstein, D. 1995, 'Transportation Planning' in The Civil
Engineering Handbook, ed. W.F.Chen, CRC Press, Boca Raton.

Formatting recommendations

use of automatic styles, automatic text and bold characters should be omitted
use of any special forms of formatting, pictures, graphs, etc. should be consulted
only automatic footnotes should be used for notes, citations, etc.
blank lines should be used only to divide chapters (not paragraphs)
first words of paragraphs should not be indented


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preferred formats: .rtf, .doc (MS Word) - please consult other formats