Author Guidelines VEGA Journal
- The submission is in one of the following languages: Italian, English and Spanish.
- VEGA: Journal of Culture, Didactic and Academic training is a quarterly journal and publish a original essays of research or educational experience.
- In order to submit a manuscript in to the magazine, we accept original manuscripts, unpublished or those which are not in the process of evaluation by other publications.
- The opinions issued by the authors of the articles are their own responsibility: ej. spell check - typing error - and syntax of the article.
- The format of the document must be compatible with Microsoft Word 97 or any of its versions. The articles published, will be posted also in PDF format (Portable Document Format - Acrobat/Adobe).
- The identification data of the authorship of the article will be required by the manager at the time of submission.
- The VEGA journal is subject to a double blind peer-review and after the submission, the work will be sent to the relevant evaluating committee for making the first assessment of its content.
- The extension of the work should be a maximum of 8,000 words and must conform to the standards of style for the drafting of documents.
- The basic format is DIN-A4, 1.5 spaces. The typeface will be Times New Roman in 12 points. The numbering of headings, tables, graphs, and figures will follow the model set forth in the template of authors for the wording of articles that is available to the authors automatically.
- The title of the article, the summary and the key-words should go in the original language and in English.
- Articles have to include a summary/abstract of a maximum of 200 words.
- The key-words must be picked up between 3 and 5 scientific terms representing the content of the article, if possible including the Thesaurus of ERIC-Education Resources Information Center. http://eric.ed.gov/?qt= To facilitate the search in the databases, the terms are separated by semicolon, by typing in lowercase the first letter of each keyword.
- It is recommended that the research articles have the following structure: Title, Abstract, Key Words, Introduction, Theoretical Framework of the Research, Purpose, Objectives, Assumptions, Research Methodology, Findings, Conclusions and Sources consulted, Bibliographic references must be separated from the References Webgraphs.
- The manuscript will follow the guideliness established by the Manual of Style: Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association (APA Style 6th). (http://sydney.edu.au/library/subjects/downloads/citation/APA%20Complete_2012.pdf).
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