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2020年教育、网络学习和社会科学国际学术会议(EELSS2020)将于2020年6月21至22日在中国北京举办,谨代表组委会诚挚邀请您的参加!

本次会议旨在汇集世界各地的研究人员、科学家、工程师和学者,来交流和分享教育、网络学习和社会科学各方面的经验、新想法和研究成果,并讨论所遇到的实际挑战和所采用的解决办法。热烈欢迎广大学者积极参与踊跃投稿!

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2020年6月9日
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EELSS2020国际学术会议诚挚邀请大会主讲人、大会主席及审稿专家
请教育、网络学习和社会科学相关领域的专家加入本次大会,请发送简历至会议邮箱:cfp@eelss2020.org

Purpose of Peer-reviewing
The peer-reviewing is a critical process for scientific paper publication. The reviewers are responsible to ensure the scientific equality, verification and high standard.
All the submissions are divided into several chapters according to the topics, and removed the information of the authors, including name, affiliation, and email. Then the submissions send to reviewers according to their research interests. Each submission should be reviewed by at least two reviewers. And the revised papers should go through the second peer-reviewing if it is necessary. Thus these review comments on the papers should be helpful to assist the authors to improve the paper content, structure, and language.

Review Invitation
A. Match with your research field
The conference secretary will assign the papers to you who may not know your research field intimately, but only know your research filed in a broader domain. And the papers appear to be not matched well with your research field. At such condition, you can recommend other experts or inform the secretary that the paper is beyond your research field.

B. Time available to review the papers
The reviewing of one paper is quite time consuming, it takes about 3-6 hours to review a paper properly. Normally, the review period is 5-10 days; you can review the paper when you are available. For one paper, at least 2 review reports will be sufficient, thus if you have finished the reviewing, please send your review report to cfp@eelss2020.org. If you will delay updating the review report or couldn't finish it on time, please let the secretary know as soon as you can and if possible advise an alternative reviewer(s).

C. Potential conflicts of interest
The reviewers should not be in the same affiliation or institute with the author(s), or have any other connection with the author(s).