Preparing your articles
The text of your article should be submitted in Microsoft Word only. Please note: Please do not send your text as a PDF-File! Please do not embed/place graphics into the file as the quality of the graphics will be seriously affected. Instead, all graphics must be sent as separate files in one of the formats described below.
Graphics should be saved as JPEG, TIFF or EPS format. Each graphic must be submitted in a separate file. All graphics must be at least 300dpi resolution, to ensure that they appear sharp in print, and at least 150 mm wide. Colour or black and white photographs are acceptable, provided they are good quality. In all cases, please keep documents as simple as possible, and avoid special formats. If you wish to use compression or self-expanding archive programs to reduce file sizes please contact us first to discuss which programs can be used.
Captions should be provided for all illustrations and tables, and where relevant, illustrations/tables should be numbered and mentioned by this number in the text.
Submitting your article
Articles can be supplied by email to our address. If your material is larger than 15 MB, please inform us in advance.
Contact details for the author(s) including address, telephone/fax number and email address must be provided.
We will assume that the necessary permissions have been obtained from all relevant parties in respect of all the textual matter and the right to publish, prior to the submission of the article.
When photographic/artwork material offered for publication is not the copyright of the contributor, approval to publish such material must be obtained before submission from the copyright holder concerned. It will be assumed, unless otherwise stated, that such approval has been obtained when photographs, which are the copyright of a third party, accompany an article submitted for publication. Unless otherwise advised, these will not be credited.
Plagiarism is the use of another author’s work without the permission, proper acknowledgement or attribution. ITAtube Journal considers such practice wholly unacceptable. Authors must ensure that all sources upon which they draw are accurately referenced at the end of the article.
Loss or damage
Whilst care is taken of contributiors’ property when in our possession, no responsibility can be accepted for accidental loss or damage. If you do have any queries please contact us: E-Mail: email@example.com