Where can I find templates for formatting my journal's articles?

Modified on Wed, Feb 23, 2022 at 2:47 PM

Below is a selection of resources for journals looking to develop their own article templates for typesetting:

  • An Adobe InDesign Template for Use in Scholarly Communication Typesetting
    This is an Adobe InDesign template that you are free to use to typeset your own scholarly publishing articles. This template was developed from scratch in house originally for publications at the Open Library of Humanities. All we ask is that you give credit to us if you use or modify the template. Credit should be made to the Centre for Technology and Publishing at Birkbeck, University of London.
  • Notes on Scholarly Journal Typesetting using Adobe InDesign
    Notes on the methods and rules for typesetting and page composition of scholarly journals, articles, and books. These are intended to aid in the production of professional-looking digital documents of an academic nature. Adobe InDesign is a desktop publishing software, often marketed as part of Adobe Creative Suite. This is a short, 6-page do's and don'ts on achieving a classical scholarly page design. Library publishers may wish to consult and agree or disagree with the thoughts expressed. Three sample templates are attached that may be used and adapted by those who wish.

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