- MANUSCRIPTS. Manuscripts should be submitted to the editor, preferably as e-mail attachments. By mail or fax is also fine. Contact information:
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It is not necessary to send material by registered mail [recommandé] to the U.S. However, if you feel more comfortable sending it by registered mail, please send it to my work address: Green Library - IASRG, Stanford University, Stanford, CA 94305-6004 USA.
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- Beginning of article should include, in addition to the title: (1) authors' names; (2) an abstract of about 100 words; (3) 3-10 key words for indexing purposes; (4) an introductory footnote containing authors' academic degrees, job titles, affiliations, mailing and e-mail addresses, and any desired acknowledgment of research support or other credit.
- All text, including author footnote and endnotes, should be double-spaced.
- Margins: Leave at least a one-inch margin on all four sides.
- Pagination: Paginate the manuscript continuously in one section, ending with the last page of endnotes. Tables, figures, illustrations and the like should not be paginated.
- Paper: If submitting by mail, use clean, white, 8-1/2 x 11" or A-4 paper.
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Please capitalize the word Internet. Include the proper diacritics for languages that are written in Roman alphabet. Do not use diacritics with transliterated text.
John W. Graham, "Special Issues: What, When and How," The Serials Librarian 27, no. 4 (1995): 53.
Josette Anne Lyders, Journal and Newspaper Editing (Englewood, Colo.: Libraries Unlimited, 1993), 79.
Glenn Farrell, "The Development of Virtual Education: A Global Perspective," Commonwealth of Learning (1999), http://www.col.org/virtualed/index.htm.
Bahá’ís of the United States, "History," The Bahá’í Faith, http://www.us.bahai.org/history/index.html.
Encyclopedia Britannica Online, s.v. "Sibelius, Jean," http://search.eb.com/bol/topic?eu=69347&sctn=1.
Beth Daley, "A Tale of a Whale: Scientists, Museum Are Eager to Study, Display Rare Creature," Boston Globe, June 11, 2002, third edition, http://www.lexis-nexis.com/.
Graham, "Special Issues," 59.
Farrell, "The Development of Virtual Education."
Bahá’ís of the United States, "History."
- If your article includes illustrations, figures or tagbles, see additional instructions.
Column pieces are generally reviewed only by the column editor, and can be submitted a month later unless that editor specifies otherwise.