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As part of the submission process, authors are required to check off their submission's compliance with all of the following items, and submissions may be returned to authors that do not adhere to these guidelines.

  • A contribuição é original e inédita e não se encontra sob revisão ou para publicação junto de outra revista. Caso contrário, deve-se justificar em "Comentários ao Editor".
  • Os ficheiros para submissão encontram-se em formato Microsoft Word, OpenOffice ou RTF (desde que não ultrapassem 2MB)
  • Quando disponíveis, foram fornecidos URLs para as referências.
  • O texto está em espaço duplo; usa uma fonte de 12-pontos; emprega itálico em vez de sublinhado (excepto em endereços URL); as figuras e tabelas estão inseridas no texto, não no final do documento na forma de anexos.
  • O texto segue os padrões de estilo e requisitos bibliográficos descritos em Instruções para Autores, na secção Sobre a Revista.

Revista Iberoamericana de la Educación requests that researcher submissions be made through.

1. All submissions will be managed through the OJS platform, authors will have access to peer review, and will know the status of their papers in real time. 

2. The Journal seeks to publish major experimental and theoretical research results in the form of original articles, reviews, short articles or letters to the editor.

Original articles: articles that represent in-depth research in various scientific disciplines.

Review articles: should normally comprise less than 10,000 words. Meta-analyses are considered reviews. Special attention should be paid to up-to-date references in the review.

3. The article must be in Word format. It should also include: title of the article, author(s) and affiliations. Affiliations should be as detailed as possible and should include university, city and country. In addition, all authors should have an e-mail address (institutional), ORCID (http://orcid.org/). It is essential to indicate the corresponding author, otherwise it will be assumed that the first author will be in charge of this function. The text should be typed in Arial font, size 12, single-spaced.

4. The submission of the article must be accompanied by the curriculum vitae of each of the authors and the letter of assignment of rights signed by all authors. 

5. Write the article with a maximum length of 8000 words and up to 20 references.

The article should have the following structure: Title, Abstract, Keywords, Introduction, Materials and methods, Results, Discussion (results and discussion can be combined in a single section), Conclusion, References.

 Title: the title should be brief, concise and descriptive. It should not contain references, compound numbers or non-standard abbreviations. In Spanish and English.

Abstract: the abstract should be analytical (objective, methodology, results and conclusions), not exceeding 200 words. The abstract should briefly describe the purpose or objective of the study, how the research was conducted, the most important results and the main conclusions drawn from the results, respectively. References and abbreviations should be avoided. In Spanish and English.

Keywords: authors are asked to provide four to six keywords to identify the main topics addressed. These keywords are used for indexing purposes and must be included in the UNESCO Thesaurus. In Spanish and English.

Introduction: authors should strive to define the significance of the work and the justification for its publication. Any substantive discussion should be brief and restricted to the relevant material.

Materials and methods: the authors should be as concise as possible in the theoretical and experimental descriptions. The section should provide all the information necessary to ensure reproducibility. Previously published methods should be indicated with their references and only relevant modifications should be described.

Results: the results of the study should be clear and concise. Restrict the use of tables and figures to represent data that are essential for the interpretation of the study. Do not duplicate data in both figures and tables. Results should be presented in a logical sequence in the text, tables and illustrations.

Discussion: the significance of the results of the paper should be explored, not repeated. Include in the discussion the implications of the findings and their limitations, how the findings fit into the context of other relevant work, and directions for future research.

Conclusions: can stand alone and be linked to the objectives of the study, with new hypotheses where warranted. Include recommendations when appropriate. Unqualified statements and conclusions that are not fully supported by the data obtained should be avoided.

References: it is the authors' responsibility to ensure that the information in each reference is complete and accurate. References must have the correct format. APA SEVENTH EDITION All references mentioned in the reference list should be cited in the text and vice versa. It is recommended that bibliographic sources be taken from Scopus and Web of Science.