Format Guidelines

Written Work

Articles and creative work formats vary by discipline. Please refer to your discipline-specific citation and formatting style guides for more information.

Generally speaking, MLA is used in English and the humanities; APA is used in psychology and the social sciences; Chicago/Turabian is used in business, history, fine arts, and some humanities; CSE is used in biology and other sciences; IEEE is used in many branches of engineering, computer science, and information technology.

APA • MLA • Chicago • IEEE • ACS • CSE • AMA

Submissions must be in Word .doc or .docx, or pdf format.

Images—including tables and figures—should be included both inside of the document itself, AND submitted as a .jpg, .gif, or .pdf format. This gives the journal a lot of flexibility for how to display your work.

Translations

Please provide an English summary of your translation in addition to the translated text itself. The summary should be no more than 600 words.

Images

Please provide the largest images you have available. You may provide .jpg, .jpeg, .png, or .gif files. If the submission is simply an image, such as a work of art of photography, it is acceptable to simply send the image file, although .tif files would also be acceptable in this case.

It is also important for you to provide a caption for each photo. Please provide substantive information in your caption. For example: "Girl standing by dog" is not very informative. A better approach would be something like this: "Two year old Tina is comforted by her service dog while she waits for her first haircut."

Video

The journal will not host video files. Please provide a URL to your video file posted on either YouTube or Vimeo.