Abstract Submission 

Authors are invited to register and submit their abstracts and papers electronically to:
[email protected]


Abstract Guidelines For Authors

  1. Abstracts (and the keywords) should be written in English.
  2. Abstracts Critical Requirements:
  • Title: The abstract title should be 12 point Times New Roman, all capitals, centered and bold.
  • Author name: Full name of the authors(s), Institution/Affiliation and Email Address.
  • Body: The abstract itself should be in 12 point , not bold, single spaced, Times New Roman, and 150-300 words long. The abstract should be fully justified.
  • Keywords: Keywords (5-10) should be in Times New Roman, 10 point and italicized.





 All accepted articles will be published electronically in a Proceedings Book with ISBN, and in a special edition of BJES (Beder Journal of Educational Sciences )   with ISSN free of charge. Selected articles can also be published in  the  blind peer reviewed scientific journal of the  EJSL (European Journal of Language and Literature Studies ) with an additional fee cost of  only 80 Euros for the participants who are interested in publishing their papers in an impact factor journal.

Full Paper Critical Requırements:

In order to facilitate and accelerate the process of full-paper publication in the corresponding Journals enlisted in the table (see previous page), ICELL Organising Committee would like to kindly ask all authors to consider the following points as fundamental in the process of editing and proofreading their final version of the paper. All accepted papers, once they have been fully submitted, will undergo a peer-blind review from the members of the Committee before being sent to publication. The principles the peer-blind review form will take into consideration, apart from originality, technical correctness and clarity, are as follows (some of them might not be included depending on the purpose of the paper):

  • The scope of the paper is clearly stated in the abstract
  • The introduction provides relevant background information
  • The Introduction indicates the scope and direction of the paper
  • The Introduction provides a context for the main issue
  • The Introduction indicates the focus of the paper
  • The objectives are mentioned clearly along with significance of the study for the relevant audiences
  • The review of the existing literature covers all relevant aspects of the study
  • The context of the topic or problem is established clearly in the literature review or historical background
  • The methodology is clear and supported by literature
  • The method used is appropriate to the objective of the study
  • The methodology is reliable for the interpretation of findings
  • The paper clearly mentions why this methodology was chosen
  • The data are collected with the proper instrument
  • The findings are interpreted in the light of the literature, and terms are clear for the general audience and reader
  • The language of the paper is simple, cohesive and free form jargons
  • The literature is based on various studies
  • The literature is integrated within the body of the paper
  • All headings and subheadings are numbered
  • The tables and figures are properly made