Conference Proceedings Guidelines
We published the 2016 conference proceedings. All reports will appear in the Flipped Learning Higher Education Conference Proceedings. All presenters, including posters, had the option to write a report for inclusion in the proceedings.
If you wish to be included in the conference proceedings (we strongly encourage it), please submit a paper by June 20th, 2016. This gives you a week after the conference to reflect if you’d like to make changes or write it after the conference. The page limit will be a max of 10 pages single-spaced and a minimum of 3 pages single-spaced. Please follow APA guidelines. Please submit by PDF by email to email@example.com .
Paper Preparation Guidelines
Papers that do not follow the Paper Preparation Guidelines will be returned to the author.
All papers should formatted as follows:
• Times New Roman
• 12-point font
• 1-inch margins
• No header or footer
• No page numbers
• Please submit all files saved in .pdf format
Headings: Please follow APA formatting for headings
Abstract Preparation: The abstract is limited to 150 words. Please include in the abstract an informative description of the context, theoretical framework, research questions, goals, and findings. All reports, including posters, are required to have an abstract.
Keywords: You will be asked to provide 3-5 keywords that describe your paper. The first letter of each word should be capitalized. When appropriate, your keyword list should include descriptors of the content focus, theoretical perspective, and/or methodology, research vs practice, etc…
Figures and Tables: All figures and tables should be located in the body of the paper and labeled in APA formatting. Figures and tables count towards the overall page limits.
References: References must be provided in the standard APA format.
Compliance to Guidelines
All proposals will be checked for compliance to the Guidelines. Papers that do not conform to the guidelines will be returned to the author. Adherence to type size, font type and margins is necessary so that no author will have an unfair advantage by using small type or smaller margins and therefore, more text.