Fashion 7 – 2015 eBook 2015 eBook Resulting from the 7th Global Conference on Fashion

Project Description

eBook Information & Templates

Title: To Be Determined by the Editor(s)

ISBN: 978-84888-426-7

Project Leaders: JacqueLynn Foltyn

Editor(s): To Be Announced

Current Templates and Supporting Documents: 

Chapter Template 2015

Complete Style Guide 2015-LH

2015 Permission for Reprint

Deadline to Submit a Chapter to idp2015@inter-disciplinary.net – 26 October 2015

Final Revisions before Editing Phase begins – 2 November 2015. 

Submitting a Print-Ready Chapter

Everything you need to complete the formatting of your chapter for publication is found on this site. If you read and follow the steps below, submitting a chapter that will be accepted the first time, is a breeze.

Step 1 – Download a copy of the Chapter Template 2015. There is a link above where you will find the template. Do not use any older templates.

Step 2 – Download the Complete Style Guide 2015. This guide is very important to you. Although it may seem a bit large, it contains all the information you need. Use the Complete Style Guide 2015 as a walk-through to prepare your chapter.

Additional Important Information – These are some final areas you will want to check before emailing your chapter to Inter-Disciplinary Press at idp2015@inter-disciplinary.net. Please note that these are not suggestions, but house style requirements.

1. Title is properly capitalized – Complete Style Guide, page 36 contains info about what ‘Proper Capitalization’ is.

2. Abstract Rules – Falls beneath the 300 word maximum count, and is formatted as one block paragraph – See the Abstract area of Chapter Template and the Complete Style Guide, page 11 for more instructions.

3. Key Words – No more than 3 lines of Key Words – See the Key Words area of the Chapter Template for the formatting rules of that section.

4. Text Body Area – Falls beneath the 3000 word maximum count. Text body is defined as the text that begins with the first word underneath the 5 asterisks, and the last word of text before the word Notes that begins  your notes section. In other words, the text body does not include the Title, your name, the Abstract section, the Key Words section, the Notes section, the Bibliography section or your Bio.

5. Sub-Headings are numbered properly, appear in bold font, sit flush against the left margin with the text indented to .5 cm from the left margin and are properly capitalized.

6. Chicago-IDP Style of Reference has been used to cite the sources in your chapter. Your chapter should not contain parenthetical references (source information inside parentheses in the text body area such as MLA style), and not contain footnotes, but instead Notes. This is a three-part system that is comprised of a Note number in the text body area, a Notes section and a Bibliography section. Read the Complete Style Guide, pages 19-31 specifically, to find every bit of information you will need to cite your sources.

7. Notes and Bibliography Entries must be formatted correctly. The Complete Style Guide, pages 19-31 holds examples of different types of sources an author may use. Search through the pages listed above to find the type of reference you have used, mock the examples, paying close attention to the order of the author’s name(s), the type of punctuation used, the type of font used (regular vs italics), the type of information required (City: Publisher’s Name, Year).

8. The author’s Bio should appear just below the last bibliography entry. Do not use the words Bio, Author’s Bio, or similar. Simply begin the author’s bio section with your name (only) in bold font. The maximum # of lines for an author’s bio is 4 (four). We do this for consistency and for the sake of fairness to all contributors.

Other Considerations:

Tables: All tables must fit within the margins of the chapter, and on one page (do not break tables over two pages). See the Chapter Template, page 6 for how a table and its caption should appear in your chapter if you include tables. Tables created within the chapter will not need permission for use. Tables inserted into the chapter as an image (Insert Picture) will require permission to be on file.

Images: All images must be 300 dpi. There is no maximum number of images that can be used in a chapter, however, if the number of images causes the entire volume’s size to be over the maximum of 6 MB, Inter-Disciplinary Press may either reduce the dpi of the images in your chapter or ask for their removal. Please set the images in the exact location you wish for them to appear in the chapter. Inter-Disciplinary Press may move text or images for the purpose of technical layout. All images must have permission on file for their use in this volume. Download a copy of the Permission form above, complete the form, scan and return. Wikimedia Commons permission for use statements are not sufficient for publication in this volume. If permission cannot be obtained, you may replace any image to a link where your reader may view the image online. For chapters with images containing a recognizable person, business, or trademark materials must also include permission of the person, place, or entity to use their likeness/TM material in the chapter. Special situations may apply to images that are part of a museum/organization’s database, where a blanket permission statement is available online. Please forward that URL and a direct link to the image you wish to use. If this cannot be provided, signed permission is required.

Video Tutorials

Inter-Disciplinary Press’s YouTube channel contains video tutorials of how to copy and paste your chapter into the template, how to insert notes in your text, how to format notes and bibliography entries and more. Please use the site’s tutorials to your advantage.

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UChWKhV4w6u9lkY3tsMMHR7g

Who to Contact

For  Copies of Invoices, or to Obtain a Certificate of Attendance, please contact the administration personnel of Inter-Disciplinary Press at the project email address (for8@inter-disciplinary.net, etc.)

 

Documents

No documents at this time.

Project Progress

0%

Overall Project Completion

  • Phase I - Post Conference

    Deadline to submit the eBook chapter to idp2015@inter-disciplinary.net has been reached.
    Final Deadline to submit revised chapter to idp2015@inter-disciplinary.net before Phase II - Editing has been reached.
    eBook Editor(s) Assigned from volunteers
    eBook Chapters formatted for publication
    Drop Box Folder shared with Editor(s)
    Authors notified of Editor's Name(s) and Email Address(es) here on this site.

    25%
  • Phase III - Technical Editing

    Technical Editor determines file readiness.
    Technical Editor adds page numbering.
    Cover is Commissioned by Director of Publishing.
    Full-length PDF is prepared for Independent Review.
    Finished Cover is uploaded to the Technical Editor's Drop Box Folder.

    75%

0%

  • 50%

    Phase II - Editing

    Editor Reads Chapters - Emails All Authors for either Revisions to or Approval of Chapter
    Author Returns Revised Chapter or Approval to Publish to Editor
    Editor Reads Revised Chapter and Places All Ready to Publish Chapters in the Final Edited Files Folder
    Editor Creates Introduction (template provided)
    Editor Creates Table of Contents (template provided)
    Editor Creates Volume Descriptions (template provided)
    Editor emails the Director of Publishing and the Project Leader to inform of ready to move to technical editing.

25%

Phase I - Post Conference

Deadline to submit the eBook chapter to idp2015@inter-disciplinary.net has been reached.
Final Deadline to submit revised chapter to idp2015@inter-disciplinary.net before Phase II - Editing has been reached.
eBook Editor(s) Assigned from volunteers
eBook Chapters formatted for publication
Drop Box Folder shared with Editor(s)
Authors notified of Editor's Name(s) and Email Address(es) here on this site.

50%

Phase II - Editing

Editor Reads Chapters - Emails All Authors for either Revisions to or Approval of Chapter
Author Returns Revised Chapter or Approval to Publish to Editor
Editor Reads Revised Chapter and Places All Ready to Publish Chapters in the Final Edited Files Folder
Editor Creates Introduction (template provided)
Editor Creates Table of Contents (template provided)
Editor Creates Volume Descriptions (template provided)
Editor emails the Director of Publishing and the Project Leader to inform of ready to move to technical editing.

75%

Phase III - Technical Editing

Technical Editor determines file readiness.
Technical Editor adds page numbering.
Cover is Commissioned by Director of Publishing.
Full-length PDF is prepared for Independent Review.
Finished Cover is uploaded to the Technical Editor's Drop Box Folder.

1. Phase I - Post Conference Complete 0% Tasks 0 / 0

0%
Description

During Phase I:

Chapters emailed to idp2015@inter-disciplinary.net by the deadline. (We cannot guarantee placement in the eBook if your chapter is sent to the incorrect email address)

Editor Assigned

Chapters Formatted and Prepared for the Editor

Authors Notified of Editorship

Drop Box Folder Shared with the Editor

2. Phase II - Editing Complete 0% Tasks 0 / 0

0%
Description

During Phase II:

Editor Reads Chapters – Emails All Authors for either Revisions to or Approval of Chapter

Author Returns Revised Chapter or Approval to Publish to Editor

Editor Reads Revised Chapter and Places All Ready to Publish Chapters in the Final Edited Files Folder

Editor Creates Introduction (template provided)

Editor Creates Table of Contents (template provided)

Editor Creates Volume Descriptions (template provided)

Editor emails the Director of Publishing and the Project Leader to inform of ready to move to technical editing.

3. Phase III - Technical Editing Complete 0% Tasks 0 / 0

0%
Description

During Phase III:

Technical Editor determines file readiness.

Technical Editor adds page numbering.

Cover is Commissioned by Director of Publishing.

Full-length PDF is prepared for Independent Review.

Finished Cover is uploaded to the Technical Editor’s Drop Box Folder.

4. Phase IV - Publishing Complete 0% Tasks 0 / 0

0%
Description

During Phase IV:

Director of Publishing sends final PDF file to Independent Review.

List of required revisions given to the Technical Editor.

Technical Editor makes final revisions.

eBook is loaded to Publishing area of website – considered “Pre-Publication phase.”

All Delegates in attendance at the conference are notified of Posting.

Authors and Editors have 21 days to submit Request for Revisions.

eBook is closed to Requests for Revisions and ISBN is registered.

Publishing Complete.

Comments are closed.