High Energy Physics Libraries Webzine: Author Guidelines

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Article Style

Document Format and Templates:

The files should be submitted in one of three formats: Note: A single file containing the article without pictures, graphics or figures should be sent as an email attachment/file to the address given below. Any pictures, diagrams or other graphics should be sent as individually separate email attachments/files i.e. not embedded in Word files, since these files expand enormously when they contain images.
These files should be in bmp, eps, gif, jpg, pict or tiff  format, and not exceed 1 MB in size.



References (bibliographic or hyperlink) within the article normally link to the listing of references at the foot of the article as shown in the example below:

Excerpt from Article:

The national workshops on Institutional Web Management held at the University of Newcastle in September 1998 [1] and King's College London in July 1997 [2] attracted a variety of people involved in running institutional web services.

References at Foot of Article:

  1. Cascading Style Sheets, level 2 (CSS2) Specification, W3C

  2. URL: <http://www.w3.org/TR/REC-CSS2/>
  3. XML.COM, Organisational Home Page

  4. URL: <http://www.xml.com/>

Reference Style for Print Resources

Reference Style for Electronic Resources

The following examples use Chicago Style and are taken from Citation Styles Online, <http://www.bedfordstmartins.com/online/>

The citations below include the following information:

Article in an electronic journal (ejournal):

"Embedded Visuals: Student Design in Web Spaces," Kairos: A Journal for Teachers of Writing in Webbed Environments 3, no. 1 (1997)
URL: <http://english.ttu.edu/kairos/2.1/features/browning/index.html> (21 October 1997).

Article in an electronic magazine / web magazine

"Confessions of a Cybershaman", Nathan Myhrvold, Slate, 12 June 1997
URL: <http://www .slate.com/CriticalMass/97-06-12/CriticalMass.asp> (19 October 1997).


All material submitted must be the original work of the author unless otherwise noted. Permission is granted to the HEP Libraries Webzine editors:

All articles remain copyright of the authors.

From 2007 all authors are asked to give their article a Creative Commons Attribution License. Articles published prior to 2007 have a Creative Commons licence when indicated at the bottom of the article. Not all articles yet have the licence, but permission is being sought from the authors.


We are grateful to the editors of Exploit Interactive  for permission to use their guidelines and stylesheets.

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Last modified: 24 July 2007