Paper Guidelines


 

FULL PAPER SUBMISSION INSTRUCTIONS

Please use the following link to submit your Full paper to google classroom:

https://classroom.google.com/c/MzE0NDA1MTQzOTE1?cjc=dcnnd4i 

 

See how you can upload your files to google classroom: https://youtu.be/wApEz16Mlpk 

***All the authors need to prepare their FULL PAPERS based on the following checklist before submitting their paper to Google classroom:

- Your paper needs to be structured at least in five main classifications as follow: Abstract,  1. Introduction, 2. Materials and Methods, 3. Results, 4. Discussions, 5. conclusions (you may revise the title if it needs).

- Please provide your full paper based on the following format Full Paper Template

-Your Microsoft word file should name as your “Manuscript ID+Firs Author’s Name”.

- Your paper should not exceed more than 25 MB (If your word file is more than 25MB it means that the figures in your article have very high quality).

- Your paper should not exceed more than 8000 words and should not be less than 2500 words.

Full paper should be in word format (needed to be submitted to Google class-Assignment Part A).

- Reference Style: All manuscripts should be formatted using the American Psychological Association (APA) citation style.

-In the following link we offer you the hottest articles in the field of contemporary architecture and urbanism. You are kindly invited to cite any of the following articles in your full paper as much as you wish to do so. They are all free and licenced for free:  https://iccaua.com/page/useful-articles

- We are highly recommending for the authors to cite up to date reference (after 2000) which has a DOI number. You may find all books and articles with the DOI numbers from https://search.crossref.org/

-Make sure to use up to date references with DOI number (as much as you can) and scientifically valuable books. Less priority should be given to the internet sources or URLs. Note: Please use the following link to get the reference in APA style using Google scholar and then Add Doi Number for it Manually: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eET8lH6UbCo

- If you have a non-English reference please make sure to have a translation in bracket e.g:

Todorović, J. (2005). Porodični činioci stabilnosti samopoštovanja adolescenata. Zbornik Instituta za pedagoška istraživanja [Family Factors of Self-esteem Stability in Adolescence], Journal of the Institute for Educational Research, 37(1), 88-106. https://doi.org/10.25034/ijcua.2020.v4n1-7

- The Maximum number of figures acceptable in your paper at this conference are 7.

- The Maximum number of tables acceptable in your paper at this conference are 7.

- All the figures and tables should be “in line with text”. If you double click on the figure, you will see the layout option then click on the “in line with text” menu. See https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4Df3tcfdX00&vl=en

-Make sure to check grammatical problems of your full paper by “Grammarly”. Grammarly is free software. In order to see how to install Grammarly on Microsoft word please click here

-We are not accepting full papers by email, so, please make sure to submit your file just to google classroom.

-Please note that since the jury members confirmed your abstract, we are not able to change it in abstract book proceedings. So, please do all your updates in your Full Paper.

-If you successfully submit your file to Google Classroom and you can see the file there it means that there is no problem.

-You can delete your full paper and update it anytime after submission up until the deadline. We will close the submission system after the deadline.  

-Make sure to submit the final updated version of your full paper.

 

Note: To be able to upload your files to google class you should have a “Gmail Account”.

Note: Please see the link to see how to send your presentation to google class:

Note: This link is provided for just corresponding authors to submit their full papers to the system.

Note: If you can see your file in Google Class, it means that we can also see from our side so no need to worry about it.

Note: The name of the uploaded presentation must be Your Manuscript ID+Firs Author’s Name. For example ICCAUA316235_Hourakhsh_AhmadNia.docx


 VIDEO PRESENTATIONS INSTRUCTIONS

(Just YouTube link of your presentation is needed to submit directly to our Google Class as Assignment Part B)

 Please submit the YouTube link of your presentation to the “Part B” of google classroom using the following link:

 Note this link is just to submit for your YouTube link: 

https://classroom.google.com/c/MzE0NDA1MTQzOTE1?cjc=dcnnd4i 

 

See how you can upload your "YouTube link" to google classroom: https://youtu.be/wApEz16Mlpk 

Participants should submit a "youtube link" of their previously recorded presentation. The youtube link will be played to the audiences in their scheduled session. While the video presentation is played conference team and the authors may connect with the presenter. the audiences might also have the opportunity to ask their questions if they want to do so. Appropriate presentation time (10 minutes for video presentation and 5 minutes for Q&A) will be allocated to every presenter. So, please be ready in your session for the discussion. 

Important notes:

- Please prepare your video presentations based on the following format or any other format you wish to do so: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WmMSXOQVQs4

-Make sure to add the Logo of our conference + the logo of the organizing universities to the first page of your presentation. Please youse the following template. You are free to change the template and design as you wish. 

https://drive.google.com/file/d/1-aWIPHIMPq1OvKOdnHkLsWrSnCKgCcM6/view?usp=sharing 

-To keep the Copyright of your video please use the following link to put your video on your own YouTube channel (as public video) and just submit the YouTube link of your presentation to the “Part B” of google classroom.

-Please check the following link to see how to upload your file to YouTube. Just make sure to upload your video as “public”. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VtF2AgFSLAw 

Note: Please submit the YouTube link of your video presentation to Assignment B.

Note: Please note that we are not accepting the full paper and/or YouTube links via email.

Note: Delay for late submission is not acceptable and we will not be able to upload your presentation to the conference program on time.

 


ABSTRACT SUBMISSION INSTRUCTIONS

You are invited to send your abstract to the  4th International Conference of Contemporary Affairs on Architecture and Urbanism which will be held online on 20-21 May 2021 at Alanya HEP University.  At first participants should send their abstracts (in .doc or .docx file format). All abstracts submitted to the conference undergo a blind review process by two anonymous reviewers. The reviewers are chosen from the conference’s scientific review board. Typically, the field coordinators will seek reviewers’ feedback before considering your submission for acceptance. In that case, the field coordinator will wait until he/she receives all reviewer comments on your submission. The field coordinator will then e-mail you directly with a decision. 

Submit your abstract by sending it to iccaua.conference@gmail.com

For urgent questions, please send an email to hourakhshahmadnia@ahep.edu.tr


Submit your abstract of no more than 150 words. Please download the given Abstract Template. You are requested to follow the format carefully for your abstract submission. Abstracts that do not apply to the correct format will be rejected. The primary language of the conference is English. We encourage you to send informative abstract (complete abstract) which is a compendious summary of a paper’s substance including its background, purpose, methodology, results, and conclusion.

 Please submit well before the submission deadline in order to be eligible for Early Bird rates to reserve your seats for the conference.

  • The abstract should not exceed 150 words.
  • It is required for the authors to submit their abstracts in a Microsoft word file.
  • It is required for the authors to submit their abstract exactly based on the given template.
  • In order to check writing hints and requirements to publish high-quality Abstracts. See: Writing an abstract 
  • The abstract in English, American or British usage is accepted, but not a mixture of them.
  • Make sure to check grammatical problems of your Abstract by “Grammarly”. Grammarly is free software. In order to see how to install Grammarly on Microsoft word please click here
  • File format: MS Word-compatible file  (in .doc or .docx file format)
  • After you send your abstract to us based on the above-mentioned requirements, we will assign a manuscript ID to it and will inform you within a week. So please communicate with us with that manuscript ID in our future communication.
  • Your Abstract will undergo a double-blind peer review within two weeks after its receipt.
  • Acceptance or rejections of the paper will be sent to you with reviewer comments. If the abstract is required to be revised, the revised abstract is needed to be sent back within a week.
  • If your abstract is accepted (so-called preliminary acceptance letter), you will be invited to register for ICCAUA2021. Accordingly, after finalizing your payment we will send your final acceptance letter (note: we are planning to send all the acceptance letter at the same time. so we will send your final acceptance letter 2 weeks before the conference).
  • A good abstract should include:
    The question that the authors were trying to answer (no more than 1-2 sentences)
    A brief summary of the methods that they used in their study
    A summary of their headline findings
    A summary of the wider implications of their results (no more than 1-2 sentences)

    Abstracts should not include:
    References
    Undefined abbreviations
    Figure or table numbers
    Equations

  • In order to send your abstract you should follow the Abstract Template: click here.

Submit your abstract by sending it to:

iccaua.conference@gmail.com


  

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