ISSN 2007-7467 on line version




RIDE publishes research articles in Spanish, English and Portuguese that have not been previously published. Report clearly and accurately the results of an investigation whose purpose is to provide information that contributes to educational development or subject area in which it applies. The context of the work (findings of the literature) and the choice of methods should be clear in the text. Equally they accepted quantitative, qualitative or mixed approaches. All manuscripts should make clear how the findings advance the com-understanding of the subject studied.

Types of contributions

Article: Result of a complete and original investigation. The text will have a maximum of 30 pages, including tables, figures and bibliography. As an exception, longer-term writings will be accepted, in which case there will be a charge for extra paper. They will only be accepted in series if at least two are sent simultaneously. Note: Review of innovative contributions based on current debates presented at congresses, forums, seminars, academic and political meetings, both national and international. The complete text may not exceed 10 pages.

Essay: Critical, analytical and documented contribution of the current state of knowledge on a topic. It must contain novel contributions, unpublished and clearly differentiated personal interpretations. In RIDE, manuscripts without bibliographic references are not accepted. The maximum length will be 20 pages.

Preparation of manuscripts

1. The limit on the length of the article is 25 pages.

2. The paragraph of the first page section, enter the following information:

a) Title of the manuscript in Spanish and English.

b) Full name of each author.

c) Institutional affiliation (s) of each author without abbreviations or acronyms.

d) Information e-mail of each author.

e) Short Title no more than 35 characters, for use as a page header title.

2. In the relevant section includes Summary (Spanish and English), which must be written in the past tense, third person, and not exceed 500 words. It should fully reflect the content of the manuscript. For research reports and systematic reviews abstracts they must be structured in five sections: Introduction, Objective, Method, Results (expressed quantitatively if possible) and conclusions. At the end include up to five keywords (Spanish and English) to help for indexing.

3. In the section for the main text must be clearly marked with headings. The sections of the research are: Introduction, Methods, Results, Discussion and Conclusions exceptionally could have variations in the opinion of the authors depending on the type of work and design. It is necessary to include in the discussion the study's limitations, strengths and areas of weakness.

4. Section of tables and figures:

a) The tables must be created in Word (using the table function), and must be typed single-spaced (space), likewise, for the use of equations must be translated with the tools of Word (images will not be accepted) . The title of each table should be understandable regardless of the manuscript and must have title, numbering and source.

b) All photographs, graphs, diagrams and charts should be referred to as figures and be in format .pngformat and numbered consecutively in the text with Arabic numerals (eg Figure 2).

5. Regarding references, authors are responsible for the accuracy and completeness of the same. The style will be according to the rules of APA Sixth Edition. There is no numbering references, the arrangement must be in strict alphabetical order. No separations type of source consulted. The minimum is 15 reference sources.

Any unpublished sources and personal communications should not be included as references, but they must be noted in the text of the manuscript in brackets at the end of the prayer support.

6. Keep a copy of the final version of the manuscript that you send to the journal, for reference during the review process monitoring. You will be sent an email acknowledging receipt of the manuscript and will be kept informed of the process and the final decision by the same source.

7. The manuscript should be 1.5 lines, justified, Times New Roman 12 point, with margins of at least 2.5 cm in letter size. Avoid using unconventional abbreviations, if necessary please describe the first you use. Scientific units should be expressed in the International System of Units. Before sending the manuscript please delete the fields of computer programs to automate references and inactivating the "track changes" word processing.

8. Use a standard font size and any standard font, except for the font named "Symbol". To add symbols to the manuscript, use the Insert → Symbol function in your word processor or paste in the appropriate Unicode character.

9. Limit manuscript sections and sub-sections to 3 heading levels. Make sure heading levels are clearly indicated in the manuscript text.

10. Define abbreviations upon first appearance in the text. Do not use non-standard abbreviations unless they appear at least three times in the text. Keep abbreviations to a minimum.

Manuscript Organization

Manuscripts should be organized as follows. Instructions for each element appear below the list.

Beginning section

The following elements are required, in order:

• Title page: List title, authors, affiliations, e-mail as first page of manuscript

• Abstract

• Introduction

Middle section

The following elements can be renamed as needed and presented in any order:

• Materials and Methods

• Results

• Discussion

• Conclusions Ending section

• Acknowledgments

• References

• Supporting information captions (if applicable) .



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