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CAISE REVIEW is a peer-reviewed publication of the Centre for Advancement in Inclusive and Special Education (CAISE) of the Faculty of Education at HKU.
The CAISE REVIEW is published annually. Contributions are invited from interested persons, covering any relevant aspects of research, theory, and practice in the general field of education, psychology, guidance and counselling, information communication technology or diversity in learning.
Case studies and literature reviews are also welcome.
All articles submitted will be independently and anonymously reviewed by two referees.
The Editor will be pleased to consider suggestions for any ‘Special Theme’ issues.
Anyone wishing to assist as a ‘Guest Editor’ for a special issue should contact the Editor, Dr. Mantak Yuen (email: firstname.lastname@example.org).
Manuscript Preparation Guide
- Authors of all submissions must follow APA 6th style in terms of overall format, tables, diagrams and referencing.
- Papers should usually not exceed 3500 words including references. For manuscript reporting two or more studies,
- the length should be within 6500 words.
- All submissions must include an abstract (max. 200 words), and provide up to five key words as descriptors.
- The front page should give the author(s)’s name, current professional affiliation and contact details.
- One author should be identified as the person responsible for correspondence.
- A statement should also be included stipulating that the paper is not under consideration elsewhere.
- All submissions should be emailed as an attachment (in MS Word or rich text format) to the Executive Editor, Ms. Virginia Cheung, email@example.com.
- Graphs, diagrams, etc., should be in camera-ready form and must have titles.
- Written permission must be obtained by the author for the reproduction of tables, diagrams, etc. taken from other sources.
- A copy of the permission statement should be lodged with CAISE if the paper is accepted for publication.
- Page-proofs of papers will be sent to authors for correction of any typesetting errors, and must be returned promptly.
- At this final page-proof stage the content of the paper must not be modified by the author.
- Deadline for submissions: 8 September 2013 for publication in January.