Below is the way your
cover sheet should look. It has been done in courier font to distinguish
it from the text of this Guide, but you can use any easily readable font (12
point, Times Roman or Arial is recommended).
place the cover sheet in the body of the e-mail
for v1 only of your ms. No need to send with subsequent drafts of
version, place the cover sheet at the head of your ms Word document,
after the reviewer comments and your
attached to your email. Use Word 2003 or
indicate the ms ID at the top, in large (16 or 18pt and in bold).
- for symposia only] or
Final version sent 5 July 95
3,300 words + 3 pp of figs
Ning et al.
Perceptions of apparent cognitive participation patterns in simulation: This title is already
getting a little too long
Lea R. Ning
Affiliation: University of Learning
Address: Dept of Simulation/Gaming,
University of Learning, 999 Participation Drive, Play, SG 10001, UK
[[Keep address in one line, no return or
Tel: +44 (0)101-202-3456 (w), +44
Fax: +44 (0)101-202-7890
[not a section break, just a line with + signs]
your ms (final version) starts here
- see example ms
Put this information in the way it is
presented above. Include all above items, including word length, date,
home phone, e-mail, etc.
For v1 of your ms, put this
in the body of the email to which your ms is attached. No need to send
For your final ms, the cover sheet
is placed at the start of a single Word document containing the final ms.