Manuscripts are typed on A4 paper 29.7 cm X 21 cm, upper, lower, left and right sides 3 cm, spaces 1.5 pt, Times New Roman font size 12 pt, script length 15-20 pages
- Systematic articles of research results are (1). title, (2). author's name (affiliate address, email address), (3). abstract (accompanied by keywords), (4). introduction, (5). method, (6). Results and discussion, (7). Closing (conclusions and suggestions), and (8). references.
- Systematic conceptual articles are (1). title, (2). author's name (along with the institution's address and e-mail address), (3). abstract (accompanied by keywords), (4). introduction, (5). core / discussion section containing sub-headings (as needed), (6). cover, and (7). references.
- For book reviews, reviewed books have been published for a maximum of 2 (two) years. The maximum writing length is 10 (ten) pages of A4 size paper, spaced 1.5 pt. Submit a copy of the book cover that is reviewed along with the biodata of the reviewer as necessary.
- Systematic book review is the title of the article (BOOK REVIEWS), the title of the book that is reviewed, followed by the author of the book and publication data as well as the number of pages, (3) the concise contents of the book, (4) critical analysis, (5) recommendations of the analyst, and (6) ) Bibliography. Items (3) to (5) are written to flow in the form of articles without subtitles.
- Tables and figures must be given a title, single space, numbers and sources must be clear. The title of the table / image is above the table / source is below the table. If there are photos or images, they should be in black and white format.
- The reference list is arranged in a manner that refers to APA Style 6th edition sorted alphabetically and chronologically. Inclusion of sources in direct quotations should be accompanied by information about the page number where the citation came from. Example: Baran (2009, p. 45).
INTRODUCTION - contains background, research context, research problem, problem solving plan, research objectives, literature study results (All matters related to the theoretical study exposure, literature review, or selected conceptual definitions that are relevant to supporting the author's argument), The research hypothesis (if any) must be built from theoretical concepts and supported by empirical studies (previous research). The introductory part for the conceptual article contains a reference to the context of the problem with interesting issues (controversial, unfinished, and new developments) and a brief formulation of the main points to be discussed. All introductory sections are presented in an integrated manner in the form of paragraphs, with a length of 15-20% of the total length of the article.
RESEARCH METHODOLOGY - The method contains a paragraph in the form of research designs, data sources, informant information or (population and sample) data collection techniques, and data analysis that is actually carried out by the researcher. For qualitative research such as classroom action research, ethnography, phenomenology, case studies, etc., it is necessary to add the presence of researchers, research subjects, informants who helped along with ways to dig up research data, location and duration of research as well as descriptions of checking the validity of the results of the research. In this section presented with a length of 10-15% of the total length of the article.
RESULTS AND DISCUSSION - The discussion section presents the results of the analysis relating to research questions based on the results of data processing by interpreting the findings logically, linking with relevant reference sources. This section presents the results of the research. Research results can be supplemented by tables, graphs (figures), and / or charts. Length of exposure to results and discussion 40-60% of the length of the article. The core / discussion for the conceptual article contains an analysis / argumentative, logical, and critical review / thought of the writer. The presentation of the discussion includes the writer's position / attitude on the problem discussed. Length of exposure to the core / discussion section 60-80% of the length of the article.
CONCLUSION - Consists of conclusions and suggestions, conclusions Contains a summary of research findings based on the synthesis of research results and the results of the discussion. Based on these two points, new ideas are developed which are the essence of the research findings. Descriptions are made in paragraphs (not numeric). Avoid using statistical technical terms and research methodology. Suggestions Suggestions are based on the research findings discussed. Suggestions can refer to practical actions, the development of new theories, and / or further research. In non-research articles (conceptual). Part The concluding section contains conclusions, affirmations of the position / attitude of the author, and suggestions. The closing is presented in paragraph form. Length of cover exposure is 10-15% of article length.
REFERENCES - A reference list contains all that is referred to in texts originating from sources that are (a) relevant, (b) 80% of the last 10 years, and (c) mainly from journal articles. The source of citations referred to in this text. It is recommended to use a reference application (reference manager) such as Endnote or the like. The reference list is arranged in a manner that refers to APA Style 6th edition sorted alphabetically and chronologically. Inclusion of sources in direct quotations should be accompanied by information about the page number where the citation came from.
Kotler, P and Keller, K. L. (2012). Marketing management. New York: Prentice Hall.
Article from the website with the author's name
Simmons, B. (2015, January 9). The tale of two faccos. Accessed from: http://grantland.com/the-triangle/the-tale-of-two-flaccos/
Articles from websites without an author's name
Teen posed as doctor at West Palm Beach hospital: police. (2015, January 16). Diakses dari:http://www.nbcmiami.com/news/local/Teen-Posed-as-Doctor-at-West-Palm-Beach-Hospital-Police-288810831.html
Nevin, A. (1990). The changing of teacher education special education. Teacher Education and Special Education: The Journal of the Teacher Education Division of the Council for Exceptional Children, 13(3-4), 147-148.
Jameson, J. (2013). E-Leadership in higher education: The fifth “age” of educational technology research. British Journal of Educational Technology, 44 (6), 889-915. doi: 10.1111/bjet.12103
Marino, B. (2014, 18 Octobers). Personal Interview.
Kammen, C. & Wilson, A. H. (2012). Monuments. Encyclopedia of local history. (pp. 363-364). Lanham, MD: AltaMira Press.
Rosenberg, G. (1997, March 31). Electronic discovery proves an effective legal weapon. The New York Times, p. D5.
Rosenberg, G. (1997, March 31). Electronic discovery proves an effective legal weapon. The New York Times. Diakses dari http://www.nytimes.com
Tumulty, K. (2006, April). Should they stay or should they go?. Time, 167(15), 3-40.
Tumulty, K. (2006, April). Should they stay or should they go? Time, 167(15). Diakses dari http://content.time.com/time/magazine/article/0,9171,1179361,00.html