Our conferences are tailored to educational faculty, administrators and students looking to present their research on all aspects of business, education, technology in education  and science education, as well as share proven, innovative methods in teaching and learning.

Yes, all conference submissions are reviewed for acceptability, with the option of a more thorough double blind peer review. Double blind peer reviews can take up to 1 month to complete.

What goes for classroom attire goes for our conferences.

We allow approximately 20 minutes including questions.

All attendees are responsible for their own airfare and travel accommodations. We provide an excellent hotel group rate for all attendees, visit the conference webpage for hotel information.

If you are registering as an attendee, you must pay the registration fee to register for the conference. If you are submitting a paper and are planning to present, please wait to make your payment until your paper has been approved for presentation at the conference.

We recommend that you book your hotel room as soon as you know you will be coming the conference. Group rates and room blocks may sell out fast (especially our Hawaii and Orlando conference locations).

Please register for the conference you are interested in attending. Once we receive your registration, we will issue a Letter of Invitation. Please wait until after you have been granted your travel visa before making airfare/hotel accommodations.

Yes. CPE credit forms are available at the conference registration desk.

Yes, a group of 3 or more may organize their own session. Please contact our office to make arrangements.

If you missed a deadline, please contact our office as soon as possible.

Yes, select the Abstract Only option on the Conference Registration form.

Yes, Please cite the conference where your paper was presented.

Yes, select “non-presenting participant” on the registration form and pay the registration fee.

No, your paper will be removed from the proceeding if you do not present. If you are unable to present for reasons beyond your control we may be able to reschedule your presentation.

We support the following video formats for video presentations in our Virtual Sessions:

  • QuickTime Movie (.mov)
  • MPEG-4 (.mp4, .m4v)
  • MPEG-2
  • PowerPoint video with voice over (.pptx)

All video submissions should be sent to us using a file hosting service such as DropBox or Google Drive.

Starting January 1st, 2020 – Cancelations, refunds and transfers must be received in writing 14 days prior to the conference. If the registrant can not attend the conference and has already made a payment, the registrant is allowed one transfer to a future conference, within 1 year of the original event. Where the registrant is unable to attend, then the following refund arrangements apply: Registrations cancelled more than 14 days before the event will be assessed a $75 USD processing fee. Registrations cancelled less than 14 days before the event will not be eligible for a refund.

The Clute Institute reserves the right to cancel a conference in the event of a natural disaster, terrorist act, strike, government regulation, act of God, or any other emergency making it illegal or impossible to hold the conference. In the event of a physical conference cancellation the event will be moved to a virtual format. Conference registration fees will be applied to the virtual conference and the refund policy will still apply. In the event of of a physical or virtual conference cancellation the Clute Institute will only be responsible for refunding the attendee’s conference registration fees. The Clute Institute is not responsible for any cancellation fees or penalties that may be associated with canceled travel plans. For more information, please see the terms and conditions while registering for the conference.

Yes, please email us at [email protected] for pricing.


Open access publishing simply means providing immediate open access to our journals on the principle that making research freely available to the public supports a greater global exchange of knowledge. Users are allowed to read, download, copy, distribute, remix, tweak, build upon, print, search, or link the full text of the articles in this journal provided that appropriate credit is given. As a condition of publication, the authors must grant the Clute Institute the right to disseminate their manuscript to the widest possible readership in print and electronic format.  For more information, please see the terms and conditions section while submitting your manuscript.

Hard copy only journals, as opposed to open access, are not free since college libraries must pay subscription fees for these journals. Universities pay large amounts of money to have hard copy only journals available for their students and faculty. Open access journals are good for all researchers because they are freely available on the Internet and especially good for researchers in less developed countries where institutions do not have money to pay for hard copy academic journals. Open access is good for authors too because their articles will be cited more if freely available on the Internet as opposed to a hard copy only journal where readership is restricted.

After receiving your manuscript, we send it to the appropriate editor. Upon receiving it, the editor removes all author(s) personal contact information. The editor then verifies the manuscript’s suitability for the journal in which they serve. Manuscripts deemed unsuited will be rejected. If the editor finds the manuscript suitable for the journal, it is sent to two independent reviewers for their comments. Based on the comments from the double-blind peer review, the editor will make a final decision to either accept or reject the manuscript.

If your manuscript is accepted, congratulations! One of our staff members will email you with an official letter or acceptance. From there, an Article Processing Charges (APC) will be imposed. Finally, if we find edits that need to be corrected, we will work with you to apply the finishing touches.

The Clute Institute, its editors, and members of all editorial teams are committed to objective and fair double-blind peer reviews of submitted manuscripts for journal publication and will evaluate manuscripts for their intellectual content without regard to race, gender, sexual orientation, religious belief, ethnic origin, citizenship, or political philosophy.

For more information about our Code of Publication Ethics click here, and for the rest of our journal policies, please click here.

Yes, our Article Processing Charges (APC) are mandatory for every publication.

Subscription based journals, as opposed to open access, are not free since college libraries must pay subscription fees for these journals. Universities pay large amounts of money to have hard copy only journals available for their students and faculty. Open access publishers are different in that they cannot rely on subscription fees to cover the cost of hosting published work permanently online free to all readers or the cost of processing and monitoring submitted journal manuscripts within their office.

Yes, please contact our office directly for more information.

Of course! Download statistics can be found under the abstract for each manuscript published on our website.


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