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Epileptic Disorders

The Educational Journal of the International League Against Epilepsy

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To better serve its mission as the educational journal of the International League Against Epilepsy, Epileptic Disorders created a web based MULTIMEDIA teaching section.In this section, epileptologists are invited to contribute to the multimedia libraries of: short educational videos on specific aspects of semiology of epileptic seizures and electro-clinical features of epilepsy syndromes; structural and/or functional neuroimaging and neuropathology images related to epilepsy; EEG and MEG figures; and videos or images of neurosurgical techniques.

The structure of the multimedia submissions should be conceived for educational purposes. Alongside the multimedia material, authors are requested to submit a title and a short abstract (not more than 100 words) summarising the main message, as well as the subtitles of the video sequences or images included and the corresponding key words. Submissions are made via the submission platform: mc.manuscriptcentral.com/epilepticdisorders, under the manuscript type Multimedia Teaching Material, and are peer reviewed. All Multimedia Teaching Material will be constantly and freely accessible on our website and will be included on the DVD sent to the subscribers of the journal. Titles of ahead-of-print Multimedia Material will appear on a specific page of the printed edition of the journal.