14th International Symposium Moral Competence: Its Nature, Relevance, and Education in Vilnius, July 23-24, 2020Extended Deadline for Abstract Submission
The Symposium will take place in an online mode via Zoom platform, on 23-24 July. You are invited to take part in the technical trial meeting on July 22, 16:00-17:00, Eastern European Summer time.
In order to allow many presentations, sufficient time for discussion, the length of the presentations for invited speakers is 45 minutes, 30 minutes for presentation and 15 minutes for discussion; short presentations will be restricted to 20 minutes, 15 minutes presentations and 5 minutes for discussion. Presentation slides should contain the following: (1) Question(s), (2) Method(s), and (3) Finding(s) & Discussion.
These slides should be readable (minimum font size: 18), and not contain too much information or abbreviations.
We would like you to send the slides of the presentations on 20 July, 2020.
As always in this symposium series, your proposal will be submitted to an open reviewing process. That is, you will get feedback from your reviewer(s) to improve your presentation, and you can discuss with his/her before the symposium.
Possibility of publication: After the symposium you are invited to submit a full-size research paper for publication in a separate volume that we are going to publish with one of the leading publishing houses – Cambridge Scholars Publishing.
Below are the deadlines for research paper submission and double-blind peer reviewing process:
Article reviewing and preparation for publication timeline
||by 1 September, 2020|
||by 1 October, 2020|
||By 10 October, 2020|
||By 30 October, 2020|
||By 15 November, 2020|
||By 10 December, 2020|