Who can publish in the Made in Millersville Journal?
What do students need to do in order to publish with the Made in Millersville Journal?
How can publishers get in contact with the Made in Millersville Journal?
What happens during the first meeting between editors and publishers?
What does the Made in Millersville Journal want from publishers?
In the end, we expect five key pieces from publishers – a title and abstract, presentation of your project, citations and references in APA, photograph of yourself, and an author’s biography written in third-person.
What if I want to publish in the Made in Millersville Journal, but my project is research-based and will not be completed until closer to the conference date?
I lost my copy of the Writer’s Agreement. Where can I find another copy?
You can find another copy of the Writer’s Agreement here.
I want to publish my article in another undergraduate journal. Is that possible?
What if I need a short extension on my journal article?
Email the Made in Millersville Journal at email@example.com. We are fine with giving you extra days to work on your journal article. Please keep us updated on your writing process by emailing us.
After some consideration, I have decided to opted out of the Made in Millersville Journal. How should I go about removing myself from the publishing process?
Since my project is more technical in nature, should I go more for an informal, general idea of what I was doing and my experience? Or should I include more of the technical details?
Can I add photographs and audio to my journal article?
My journal article is ten pages long. Can I still publish?
How long will it take before I receive comments about my draft?
When will my article be published online?
What is the purpose of the Made in Millersville Journal?
Who is the audience for the Made in Millersville Journal?
What is the Made in Millersville Journal?
What is the Made in Millersville Journal’s mission?
Is there a hard copy version of the Made in Millersville Journal?
No, the MIMJ is an online-only publication.
I have a question about the Made in Millersville conference. Where should I go?
I need help with APA citations. What should I do?
What is the difference between an abstract and an article?
What are in-text citations?
In-text citations attribute the information that you included in your journal article to the sources you have listed on your references page.