Criteria for reviewing

Full and short research papers

Each paper will be reviewed according to the following criteria:

  • Presentation: This criterion is used to evaluate how well organized and formulated the paper is. It thus addresses both the general paper structure and language use, but also the “logical flow” between sections.
  • Originality: Here reviewers grade the paper on how original (new) the presented idea or work is. Thus, this criterion measures the “novelty” of the contribution.
  • Soundness: Is the paper technically sound, that is, does it include evidence for all statements or conclusions that it makes? Does it appropriately build on and acknowledge previous work in the area? Thus, this criterion measures the “state of the art”.
  • Contribution: Does the idea or work presented in the paper show potential to contribute to the conference?

Industry foresights, symposia, system presentations, learner and teacher presentations, national direction sessions, panel and audience response sessions, and doctoral consortium abstracts

Each paper will be reviewed according to the following criteria:

  • Presentation: This criterion is used to evaluate how well organized and formulated the paper is. It thus addresses both the general paper structure and language use, but also the “logical flow” between sections.
  • Contribution: Does the idea or work presented in the paper show potential to contribute to the conference?
  • Potential influence: This criterion measures the potential influence of the contribution in the field of praxis and the related analysis of state of the art in this area.