II Seminar - INVALSI data: a research tool

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Call for proposal

The 2nd “INVALSI data: a research tool” Seminar will be held in Florence on 17 and 18 November 2017. The purpose of the Seminar is to enhance the utility and the potentiality of the INVALSI data in educational research. The data collected annually by the Institute are a precious tool for investigating the characteristics of the school system and to plan strengthening interventions. Interested parties are therefore invited to submit research works based on INVALSI data.

Registration and abstract submission

All authors have to register at the page https://invalsi-serviziostatistico.cineca.it/index.php?posizione=ss&form=eventi and submit an abstract (written in Italian and in English, up to 350 words) together with 3-6 keywords (written in Italian and in English) and a short biography (written in Italian and in English, up to 50 words) of each author.

Deadlines

The deadline for the abstract submission is 3 July 2017.
The notification of acceptance will be sent before 14 July 2017.
The final draft will be uploaded no later than 15 October 2017.
Each author should upload the paper presentation for the Seminar (up to 20 slides) no later than 30 October 2017.

Publication

The papers presented at the Seminar, if not already published or under consideration for publication elsewhere, will undergo a double blind peer review process and published in a volume with ISBN code.
The deadline for the final paper submission is 11 December 2017.

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