Submission Preparation Checklist
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.
1. Articles must be unpublished. They should be between 7000 and 10000 words long including tables, graphs, notes, and images related to the topic, appendices and bibliography. They should be structured as follows: abstract, introduction, content elaboration on the proposed theme, conclusions, sources and bibliography.
2. Footnotes should be in Times New Roman font, size 10 and single spaced.
3. The title should have a maximum length of 15 words and should not include abbreviations or formulas.
4. The origin of the article must be indicated (in the title citation should be specified: the name of the research project, the results presented, the code and names of the financing institutions).
5. Indicate the name(s) of the author(s) immediately after the title. If there are several authors, a footnote should indicate the name of the person to whom correspondence can be addressed. Likewise, the following data of the author(s) should be indicated in a footnote: the most recent academic title, institutional affiliation, research group, e-mail and ORCID code.
6. Abstract in Spanish: it should be 200 to 250 words long and should clearly state the objective, relevance, method, methodology, strategies, and conclusion.
7. Keywords: five keywords that establish the main ideas of the article should be provided. Include Revista Historia de la Educación Latinoamericana as a keyword: Keywords are selected from the descriptors in human and social sciences, according to Unesco's thesauri (http://databases.unesco.org/thessp/).
8. The title, abstract and keywords should be presented in Spanish, English and Portuguese.
9. Footnotes are clarifications that appear consecutively numbered at the bottom of the pages. They are used to indicate institutional affiliation; authors' address, to
amplify unpublished information or to give background information/further explanation. They are based on The Chicago Manual of Style, Humanities Style version.
10. Articles can be submitted in any of the official languages of the Journal: Spanish, English and Portuguese.
11. For accepted articles to be included in the OJS of the Journal, authors must submit the English version.
12. Each article will be preceded by a summary of the author's curriculum vitae. It should include: name, place of work, address, e-mail, telephone/fax, professional title, line of research and publications in the last five years (books and journals) with the corresponding ISBN or ISSN.
13. Bibliographical references: indicate the original sources, methods, reference techniques for research, studies and experiences included in the article. They are cited with consecutive numbers according to The Chicago Manual of Style, Humanities Style version.
14. Tables, graphs and photos must be presented in a comprehensible form. The titles of the illustrations must be clear and precise, the source must be cited, even if it is the author's own elaboration. Photographs should include the source and date. These files should be sent in JPG format and in high resolution.
15. Notes to tables, diagrams, graphs and other illustrations should be numbered separately from footnotes. Symbols such as (*) and other numerals (such as Roman numerals) are often used in notes for tables, diagrams, graphs and other illustrations.
Books, journals and events reviews
Books, journals and events reviews should have a minimum of 2600 and a maximum of 5400 characters; the cover page should be included. Each review should include complete information about the publication.
The reviews should be pertinent to the theme of the issue or number of the Journal. Authors should send their reviews to the institutional e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org, before the deadline announced on Rhela's website:
a. Authors will retain their copyright and grant the journal the right of first publication of their work, which will simultaneously be subject to the Creative Commons Acknowledgment License that allows third parties to share the work as long as its author and first publication in this journal are indicated.
b. Authors may adopt other non-exclusive license agreements for distribution of the published version of the work (e.g., deposit it in an institutional telematic archive or publish it in a monographic volume) as long as the initial publication in this journal is indicated.
c. Authors are allowed and encouraged to disseminate their work via the Internet (e.g., in institutional telematic archives or on their web page) before and during the submission process, which can lead to interesting exchanges and increase citations of the published work. (See The Open Access Effect).