Conference EDUvision 2023

November 22-24, 2023

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Guide for Authors

Articles are published in English language for foreign authors. Language text should be carefully prepared. Before sending an article is recommended to check the correctness of the language text.

The submitted papers will be evaluated by at least two reviewers from the international reviewing committee; they are to be published in The Book of papers, e-version (Pdf).

Text formatting instructions
The sample file in Microsoft Word with all the formatting settings of an article can be found here:

Guidelines for authors for the quality of articles

The following guidelines are intended to assist authors in preparing the highest quality articles. Innovations in initiation of modern approaches to teaching future generations should be represented in an article.

The following criteria for reviews of papers is considered: news topics, the manner of presentation, structure and organization of the article, professionalism and readability of the text, but in scientific articles methodological adequacy as well.

Article title

Carefully select the title, it can bring about the reader's interest in the contents of the article. The title should be concise and it should properly define the content you are dealing with in the article.


The summary should be 5-10 sentences long (up to 150 words) and should include key issues of the contribution. The summary should summarize the complete content, from introduction to conclusion. The summary should include the main thought and idea, way of solving the problem, main findings and conclusions, the purpose and the aim of the contribution. Scientific articles should also include the results achieved by research. Summary should be prepared really carefully, because in addition to the title it is the most readable part of the contribution. Make it short and concise. Avoid acronyms and abbrevations and write in the third person.


The introduction of the paper should describe the main problem, purpose and aims of the article. In the introduction the contribution should describe the authors' motivation for taking on a new research project. At the end of the foreword indicate how is presented problems to be dealt with below.

The main part of the paper

The main part of the paper should only describe the practical activities performed and practical knowledge acquired through practical work (it should not state already known facts), so that conference participants and readers of the papers are able to recognize the new aspects (practical or theoretic) or the new approaches the author wants to point out in the paper.

The text content should be structured regarding to the type of the article. Break it to the appropriate length and substantially completed sections. Do not include content that does not contribute to describing selected issues, even if they seem interesting. Software solutions don't need to be described in detail (eg. menus). Avoid over-listing (eg. Full page of indents).

Especially note the use of relevant literature in support of the argument and conclusions with reference to literature or your own discovery. The appropriateness of the indications that you used should be estimated, especially in literature and sources of technology and solutions providers.

Using images and tables can significantly contribute to brevity, clarity and interesting article. The table and graphic presentation should be simple and transparent. Data display is prefarable with images (graphs) as with the tables. Images and tables complement the text, that's why they should be refered to and described in the article.

For information, arguments and conclusions, which are a direct result of your work, cite sources that should be provided in the list of used literature and sources at the end of the article. The arguments and conclusions should be suitably emphasized without owning other achievments, but steer the reader to additional literature. Please note the copyright of published works (eg. paintings).

If the article is referring to multiple sources, using different terminology, unify the terms in the article (do not use different terms for the same concept).


The conclusion should be concise. Apart from stating the paper's key parts, the conclusion may also include targets for future expert and research work, recommendations for experts and practicians, and the advantages and disadvantages of the topic studied or the expert publication etc. In conclusion the paper content may be linked to the selected work of other authors.


Carefully select the literature you will use. In the list citate only literature used in the article to which you refered.

Citate the references in accordance to American Psychological Association (APA) standards. The APA citation format requires parenthetical citations within the text rather than endnotes or footnotes. Citations in the text provide brief information, usually the name of the author and the date of publication.

More about citating the references can be found in Word file (Text formating instructions).