Submission Procedure

The workshop welcomes submissions of original works relevant to the topics described above. This year, the workshop will accept submissions of both full papers (maximum 8 pages) and short papers (maximum 4 pages).

Short papers are encouraged as a mechanism for the timely reporting of interesting but preliminary work, that may not as yet have the level of evaluation or detail that would be expected for a regular paper. The program chairs may, at their discretion, accept papers that were submitted as regular papers as short papers, if the authors have explicitly agreed to this
when registering their papers.

All accepted regular papers will receive a slot for oral presentation in the conference.

Reviews will be double blind, therefore authors are requested to avoid including anything that can be used to reveal their identity. Submissions will be peer reviewed rigorously and evaluated
on the basis of adherence, originality, soundness, significance, presentation, understanding of the state of the art, and overall quality of their technical contribution. More details about the review
process can be found in the conference page.

Full instructions and style files are available from the Conferece Web Site.

Final Papers must be submitted on US letter in PDF format.

Your paper should not include page numbers.

All final manuscripts should be uploaded to easychair no later than

Monday 9th February 2009

The submission web site is

Submissions violating the formatting guidelines will be excluded from the reviewing process.

At least one author of all accepted papers is expected to attend the Workshop.

All accepted papers will be informally published in the Workshop proceeedings, and  the organisers intend to organize a either a special journal issue or an edited book based on the EduMAS-09 workshop submissions. All authors will be invited to extend their papers for submission to this publication (details to be confirmed).