### Author Guidelines

Please read Simple Guidelines for Authors: Open Journal of Mathematics and Physics.

OJMP is an overlay journal based on OSF Preprints. Authors publish for free. The articles are expected to be **extremely pedagogical**, and it must include all steps that connect two mathematical and/or physical concept/result.

- Download our template (latex).
- Send your preprint to osf.io
**.** - Submit your link here.

Consider supporting the Center for Open Science (COS).

Authors, you are very welcome to invite the reviewers for co-authoring in your paper, as a mean to increase collaboration and to foster the openness of science!

### Types of Microarticles

[**conjecture**]

A conjecture that connects two or more *well established scientific results*

[**draft**]

An original piece of work waiting for collaborative (open) peer review

[**knowledge base**]*Results* presented by *tags |* Example

[**microresearch**]

C*alculus/demonstration* in the *fewest pedagogical steps |* Example

[**microreview**]

Well established scientific content, usually connecting two concepts/results, in the *fewest pedagogical steps* as possible | Examples

[**original idea**]*Original steps* delineating a specific *open problem* | Examples

[**original insight**]

Contains an *original insight* about a *well established scientific result |* Examples

[**pedagogical**]

Presents creative ways for learning and teaching Mathematics and Physics | Examples

[**pre-requisites**]

Addresses the full list of pre-requisites needed to understand a given mathematical theorem | Example

[**question**]*Sketch *for an innovative *scientific question*

[**white paper**]*open research white paper* = white paper + research + open