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Redesigning Pedagogy International Conference Proceedings 2024
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Only Papers presented at the Redesigning Pedagogy International Conference 2024 will be accepted for possible inclusion in the Proceedings. If your abstract was accepted but you were unable to present at the conference, your Paper will not be considered for the Proceedings. Authors should also complete the Contributions Copyright Form and submit it along with the Paper.

All papers should be submitted no later than 30 November 2024.

Paper Requirements for Conference Proceedings
  1. Papers must be in the form of a complete narrative in the following format with six elements:
    a. Purpose of Paper: Aims and objectives
    b. Research Methodology: Methods, techniques or modes of inquiry
    c. Data Sources: Evidence, objects or materials
    d. Recommendations: Implications and future relevance
    e. Conclusion: Results and/or substantiated conclusions or warrants for arguments/point of view
    f. References: Sources of in-text citations
  2. Papers must be submitted in Word format.
  3. Papers must adhere to the following word limit:
    a. Paper title: <20 words
    b. Abstract: <300 words
    c. Paper: 5,000–6,000 words
  4. Papers must be submitted in English language.
  5. Please adhere to the APA 7th edition formatting guidelines.
  6. References, tables, charts, graphs, images and figures (if any) should be added to the end of the document and are not included in the word count.
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Important Note

All submission of Papers will be considered for possible inclusion in the Conference Proceedings. Accepted Papers will be edited and made available online with an ISBN. The editors may contact you for further queries when necessary. For contact purposes, please ensure that you use a valid e-mail address that you control when submitting a paper for the proceedings.