******************************** Sent at the request of Ornella Robutti. ******************************** ICTMT11 PROCEEDINGS STYLE TEMPLATE: TYPE YOUR TITLE HERE (THE STYLE IS CALLED HEADING 1)
Type the name(s) of the author here and underline the Presenting Author
Type the author(s) institution(s) here
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Type your abstract here. The purpose of this paragraph is to draw attention to the style for abstracts, which is Normal, italic, and the length is up to 10 lines.
THE MAIN SECTION HEADING STYLE IS CALLED HEADING 2
This is the style Normal. The style automatically provides a 6pt space after paragraphs, which means that you don't need double returns between paragraphs.
This is Style Heading 3, if you need it.
We hope that the three Heading Styles will suffice to structure your paper. Please avoid numbering sections (as opposed to lists and footnotes) 1, 1.2, etc.
Indented quotations like this (more than two lines) are in the style Quote. If you wish, you can also use this style for other text that you want to display without using a table.
Table 1: Titles of tables, figs, diagrams, are in the style FigTitle
For transcripts, use the style Transcript as follows:
Student: Yes, OK.
Tutor: And the first thing to note is, that's a particularly easy one because four squared is sixteen, which is minus one modulo 17.
If the lines of the transcript need to be numbered, use the style Numbered Transcript as follows.
177 Interviewer: How did you do that?
178 Pupil: First I added the nine to 62 to get 71, then I added the 40, so I got 111 altogether. I think that's what I did.
But if you make no reference to the line numbers, the style Transcript is preferred. Endnotes should preferably be indicated ,  etc in the text, and placed at the end, but before the references.