A final paper should be submitted for each accepted abstract (oral, poster or virtual).
You will be able to download a customized template of the final paper from your personal area with your myIATED account.
The final paper length should be between 4 to 10 pages (including references). The submission formats for final papers are Microsoft Word for editorial purposes.
The final paper length should be between 4 and 10 pages (including references). Authors should ensure that they comply with the 10-page limit for the final paper, by prioritizing the most important parts of the paper and cutting down any other areas.
A paper should contain the description of your study and should be structured in different sections such as: Abstract, Introduction, Methodology, Results, Conclusions, Acknowledgements (if applicable), and References.
In exceptional cases an author may decide not to submit his/her paper due to professional (copyright, private contents, etc.) or personal reasons. In this situation, only the abstract would be included in the Conference Proceedings.
Each published paper in IATED Conferences Proceedings will be assigned a DOI number (Digital Object Identifiers) for its easy citation and indexation. IATED is a member of Crossref, a non-profit membership organization for scholarly publishing working to make content easy to find, link, cite and assess.
will include all accepted abstracts and papers at the INTED2024 conference. This publication will have an ISBN number, and each published paper in INTED2024 Proceedings
will be also assigned a DOI number (Digital Object Identifier) for its easy citation and indexation. All accepted abstracts will also be indexed in our Digital Library
In addition, the INTED2024 Proceedings
will be submitted for evaluation for their inclusion in the Web of Science (Conference Proceedings Citation Index). Please note there is never a guarantee of indexation, and this is not an IATED decision as papers should go through the Web of Science review process.
By signing the copyright agreement of your conference paper, you give the right to IATED to include your paper in the Conference Proceedings.
Regarding the contents of your paper, you can use the published content that you created and write similar versions of it to publish elsewhere, but you cannot present exactly the same article in other conferences or journals. This does not hinder you from using the published content and re-writing another paper with a similar version for other publication purposes. More information about IATED publication ethics guidelines is available here