Submit your conference paper for publication

Diane HockridgeNews

Thank you to everyone who presented at the recent ODLAA conference which was held in Melbourne. The papers were all of a very high standard and many interesting perspectives were presented.

The committee would like to invite all presenters to submit their full papers for consideration for publication. The papers will be double-blind peer reviewed and successful authors will be invited to have their articles either published in Distance Education journal or in the electronic conference proceedings.

Please submit your full papers following the guidelines for the Distance Education journal, by the latest 20 March 2017. No late submissions will be accepted.

Papers should be submitted to executive@odlaa.org

Please refer to the guidelines for the Distance Education journal which can be found at  http://www.tandfonline.com/ action/authorSubmission?show= instructions&journalCode= cdie20.

Please try to keep your papers to a maximum word count of 6000 (although it states 7000 in the guidelines) and use the APA referencing style.