Selected papers will be electronically published as Papers in
Proceedings on the Web under the directory
http://www.anu.edu.au/linguistics/alex/a98/. Full papers
submitted for publication in Proceedings will be peer refereed to
DEETYA standards by members of a Review Panel consisting of the Australex
To ensure that your paper is reviewed, it needs to be:
- Not in excess of 3000 words (including references)
- Be received by us, by email, no later than Friday, 31 July 1998
- Conform to the formatting guidelines given in the following documents. (This is not as daunting as it may initially sound. By using the template and template guide, anyone can produce an acceptable web page. The same advice has been given for the
ALS paper template.) Alternatively, some word-processors have the
option of producing HTML output.
HTML Guidelines, HTML Template and Template Guide
Our HTML guidelines, or formatting requirements.
Our HTML template for producing your paper for submission.
- Primarily for those who have some idea about putting together web pages. The information presented here is also given in the template guide.
Our template guide.
- We've produced a template for you to use when preparing your papers for submission. You don't have to use it, but it'll give you some idea of what we're expecting.
- If this is all sounding a little intimidating, then don't worry. By using this template, and reading the template guide, anyone who can use a word processor or text editor will be able to produce a web page version of their paper in no time.
- This is the online step-by-step guide to using the template. This guide assumes only that you know how to use a word processor (eg Microsft Word, Word Perfect, Nisus, etc) or text editor (eg WordPad, NotePad, SimpleText, etc); and that you can send email attachments.
- If you are going to use the template, we suggest that you might find it easier to work with a print-out of the template guide. (To print a frame from a browser, select it by clicking on it, then select "Print..." from the File Menu.)
Using the Template
To get an idea of how much (or how little) HTML needs to be added
to an existing file, we have produced a page which shows the HTML
source code of the Template file (see link below). The text you would
supply is in blue, the tags are in black (assuming you have a colour
display, otherwise all text is black).
When you click the link below, a new window will open with the HTML source in it. If you copy this text from the new window and save it as a text file in a text editor or word processor, you'll then have your own copy of the template file.
(You'll have another opportunity to get the template file when you read the Template Guide). Whatever you name the file, make sure you end it with ".html" or ".htm". That way, a browser will know that it's an HTML file, and will be able to read it correctly.
This page and its content was developed by Michelle Louise Harris. All rights are reserved. 1998.
Last Modified: 15 June 1998 by David Nash