Call for Papers


1. Entire paper - A4 format. Font - Times New Roman. Line spacing – 1. Margins: all - 2.5 cm. Paragraph spacing - 10 mm. Text justification - full.

2. Size – 5-8 pages including references.

3. In the upper left corner - UDC (Universal Decimal Classification) - for Russian participants.

4. Title – uppercase, centered. Font size 14. One blank line.

5. Author/authors names - centered, lowercase, font size 14. One blank line.

6. Insert for each author a footnote (font size 10, and specify at the bottom of the page: name of institution/place of work, city, country, e-mail).

7. Abstract (12-15 lines), font size 12. One blank line.

8. Keywords (no more than 7-10) - italics. Font size 12. Line spacing – 1. One blank line.

9. Text of the paper/report, font size 14, justified. Divide the text into sections (1 to 5). Titles of the sections in uppercase, centred.

10. Approximate structure of the paper: INTRODUCTION (relevance, aim, originality of approach, methods used). SUBTITLE for each SECTION (it may include: basic approaches, general scheme of basic model, structure of its application, practical application of ideas developed, basic technologies, methods of model application, results) SUMMARY/CONCLUSIONS.

11. Example of figure quotation in the text: "As shown in Figure 1., .....".

12. Pictures, photographs and other kinds of visual support should be introduced in the document in words and should be formatted in the way to be resized by the word editor.

13. The name of figures in the text should be abbreviated as "Fig.".

14. It is recommended to use italics for all terms that are not commonly used and specific for a developed model or theory.

15. References quotation - in square brackets (source number, year, page/s) or in round brackets, indicating the author and year of publication source.

16. Links/list of references - at the end of the text in alphabetical order. Font size 10.




1.Barsalou, L.W., Solomon, K.O., & Wu, L.L. (1999). Perceptual simulation in conceptual tasks. In M.K. Hiraga, C. Sinha, & S. Wilcox (Eds.), Cultural, typological, and psychological perspectives in cognitive linguistics: The proceedings of the 4th conference of the International Cognitive Linguistics Association, Vol. 3. Amsterdam: John Benjamins.

2. Deubel, P. (2003). An Investigation of Behaviorist and Cognitive Approaches to Instructional Multimedia Design. Journal of Educational Multimedia and Hypermedia 12(1), 63-90. [Online]. Available:

3. Hassett, J., Ingram, A., Hassett, M., & Marino, E. (2003). What Do Learners Like? Ratings of Off-the-Shelf Web-Based Training Courses. International Journal on E-Learning 2(1), 50-60. [Online]. Available:

4. Levert, C., & Pierre, S. (2003). Designing Distributed Virtual Laboratories: Methodological and Telecommunications Aspects. International Journal on E-Learning 2(3), 18-28. [Online]. Available:


17. A complete reference list must be given for all sources mentioned in the text. It is recommended to give the page numbers of books. If the source can be found at WWW, use "[online] Available: http://xxxxxx ..."

18. At the end of paper give a paper title (for "Table of Content"), lowercase.

19. Please, include in the name of the submission file the following information: a) name of the conference - CML-2020 or CMSCE-2020, b) dash – last name/s of the author/authors.

For example: CML-ivanov.doc or CMSCE-Ivanov_Petrov.doc

20. The works should be submitted only in DOC format using Word 2003/2007 to:

21. Mailing of author’s copies of the collection is made at the expense of the authors