Presentation and Publication


Each speaker will have a maximum of 20 minutes allocated. At the end of each session, a period of 10 minutes is reserved for questions and discussion.

A digital projector and a PC running Windows 7 with PowerPoint will be available in each conference room. To facilitate the organization of the conference, speakers are invited to send their presentation in PowerPoint format (for IBM) no later than May 30. The files must then be forwarded to the Conference Secretariat at:


The abstracts as previously will be published in electronic format and available in the programme at the conference (June 13, 2013).

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Proceedings of the conference

The full paper for publication in the Proceedings is due for September 15, 2012. Please send it to :

The full Conference Proceedings (with ISBN number) will be published as a CD and each participant will receive a copy.


All submitted papers should adhere to the following guidelines. If they do not the Conference organizers reserve the right to refuse to accept them for publication in the Conference Proceedings.

  • Each file should be in .doc format (Word for IBM) and clearly labeled with the  author’s name (eg.  Marie_Dupont.doc)
  • The title page should contain the manuscript title, each author’s name (full first name), position, organization, address, telephone, and e-mail address.
  • Tables should be in included in the manuscript ( .doc format).
  • Each table or figure should be numbered in the top of the table or figure and include a title (eg. Figure 1: Tourist Map of Quebec).
  • Each manuscript can contain a maximum of 4 figures or photos in jpg format.
  • Any figures or photographs should be sent in separate files, (jpg format). Authors should clearly indicate in the text where insert the picture or figure (eg. Insert Figure 1 Here).
  • The manuscript and the abstract will be published in one language (English, French or Spanish).
  • The abstract should have between 250 and 500 words (one language).
  • The manuscript should not exceed 5000 words (page footnotes, appendices and references section included). Only the abstract is not counted in the 5000 words.
  • Manuscripts must be submitted with margins of 2.5 cm. Paper Size Letter (Letter).
  • The font size of text will be Times New Roman 12 point, with a title of 14 point Times New Roman.
  • No more than three heading levels.
  • References should be listed after the conclusion – on a separate sheet. References should be listed inside the text in this format (Doherty and Delener,2001) and must be submitted at the end of the manuscript. Section at the end of the text is titled “References”.  References examples :
    Doherty, N. & Delener, N. (2001), Chaos Theory: Marketing and Management Implications, Journal of Marketing Theory and Practice, 9 (4), pp. 66-75.
    Bourdeau, L., Gravari-Barbas, M. & Robinson, M. (2012), World Heritage and Tourism, Québec, Presses de l’Université Laval.
    Book chapter:
    Marcotte, P. & Bourdeau, L. (2012), Use of World Heritage Certification, In World heritage and Tourism, L. Bourdeau, M. Gravari-Barbas & M. Robinson (eds), Quebec, Laval University Press, pp.249-265.
    Document available on the Internet:
    UNESCO (United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization) (2005), Guidelines for the Implementation of the World Heritage Convention, Available at: (Accessed June 6, 2011).
    For two author papers, give both authors’ last names (e.g., Marcotte and Bourdeau, 2012). Articles with more than two authors are cited by the first authors last name followed “et al.“, and then the year (eg. McKercher et al., 2008).
    McKercher, B., Webera, K. and du Cros, H. (2008), Rationalising Inappropriate Behaviour at Contested Sites, Journal of Sustainable Tourism, 16 (4), pp. 369-385.

Further Publication Options

In addition to the ISBN listed Proceedings the Conference organizers are exploring further publication opportunities. The following have been agreed to date.

Papers for publication will be selected by the Scientific Committee.

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