The name(s) of the author(s) must be followed by a footnote asterisk*; this footnote asterisk* will be the first in the footnote sequence (before footnote 1) and will contain a note of the institutional affiliation of the author(s) with their full postal and email addresses. When multiple authors are involved, indicate to which author correspondence should be directed.
Heading Level One Heading Level Two Heading Level Three
Heading Level Style: An Arabic numeral followed by a full stop and another Arabic numeral; the Arabic numerals are inserted manually followed by one tab space before the heading text.
The use of headings is encouraged. They should be used as signposts to help the reader (and the writer) identify the different sections of the piece of writing. Headings and their levels should be used to represent the relative importance of the particular section of the writing. Short sections are easier to summarise in an informative heading than long sections. Do not overuse heading levels: most sections are unlikely to require more than three heading levels.
Single space the lines with 0 point spacing before and after. Leave a line between paragraphs and do not indent the first word of a new paragraph. Indent quotes of more than three lines in a block and do not use quotation marks. Do not italicise quotes.
Create footnotes using the automatic footnote generator in your word processing program. Single space the lines with 0 point spacing before and after. For citation style advice, see our AGLC Referencing Style Guide Summary http://wwwlib.murdoch.edu.au/find/citation/mucitationbrief.pdf.