CALL FOR PAPERS - Vol.11, n.3, 2015 (September)

GAMIFICATION AND SERIOUS GAME FOR LEARNING
Guest Editors Teresa Roselli, Veronica Rossano

Conflicts of interest are less common in learning technology than in, for example, life sciences where authors may have received funding from pharmaceutical companies. However, where the work reported deals with commercial products (for example, software developed for educational purposes), you should consider carefully whether there is any conflict of interest and make this clear at the beginning of the paper . This may take the form of a declaration that there is no conflict of interest, or a statement that sets out the potential conflict.