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CHEMISTRY EDUCATION:
RESEARCH AND PRACTICE

 

     
NOTICE TO PROSPECTIVE AUTHORS

═¤TICE: Certain rules below do not apply anymore.

PLEASE SEE

IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT about the future of Chemistry Education: Research and Practice.

1) Potential authors of CERP are advised to contact by e-mail the Editor, Georgios Tsaparlis, about the suitability for CERP of their work: gtseper@cc.uoi.gr

Further, they can submit by e-mail their manuscript, as attached word file, so that the Editor and Associate Editors judge the suitability of the manuscript. If the manuscript is suitable, the corresponding author will be notified accordingly, and will be asked to send by e-mail (attached word file) or by standard mail (print copies) the required copies (including copies for anonymous review). When copies will be received, the manuscript will be put to the standard review process. Note that, because potential reviewers must first be contacted and agree to act as reviewers, it may take some time before the review process starts. The corresponding author will be kept informed about the process.

2) We remind potential authors that CERP has an interest in manuscripts that:

a) Report science/chemistry education research results.
b) Review science/chemistry education research.
c) Report good practice of chemistry education, especially science-education-research informed practice. To this end, the paper must include references to science-education literature that supports the practice of chemistry education.

 

 

 

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