On behalf of the editors of the Jean Paul Dionne Proceedings, we invite you to submit a paper on your presentation delivered at this symposium held at the University of Ottawa on March 1st and 2nd 2018. This submission will take the form of a 2500 words or less scientific article. You can present an elaborated version of your presentation while integrating the comments and questions you received at the symposium as well as new insights.
This is an opportunity to share your emerging research with the education community. The second edition of the JPDS Proceedings will be easily accessible and widely consulted through an online open-access platform. The Proceedings are peer reviewed, so you will receive constructive feedback from fellow graduate students as well as University of Ottawa professors. This feedback will help familiarize you with the process of publishing an academic education article.
Submissions should be made no later than May 31st, 2018. Follow the instructions for article submission below to access the online portal where you can keep track or your submission status and received notifications.
Do not miss this opportunity to add a published peer-reviewed article to your academic achievements!
Instructions for Article Submissions
Articles must be submitted through the JPDS Proceedings website no later than May 31st, 2018. No email submissions are accepted. Note that you will have to register on the website before submitting your article.
The article should be an extended version of your presentation and should not exceed 2500 words. It is recommended that article include the following:
- An abstract summarizing the research (100-150 words)
- A problem statement or research question
- A brief description of the conceptual/theoretical framework or model
- An overview of the methodology used; and/or
- The main findings
- A conclusion
- References (include a DOI when available; references do not contribute to word count)
Style: The article and reference list should conform to APA 6th edition formatting.
Review Process: Your submission will go through a two-step, blind review process, which will provide you with feedback from your student peers as well as professors.