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Submission Preparation Checklist

As part of the submission process, authors are required to check off their submission's compliance with all of the following items, and submissions may be returned to authors that do not adhere to these guidelines.

Author Guidelines

Manuscript Requirements:

1. The length of the manuscript is not more than 20 pages.

2. The title of the manuscript is not more than 15 words and must reflect the contents of the manuscript, followed by the name of the author and the author's institution.

3. Abstract of no more than 200 words.

4. Brief Introduction explains the background of the research problem and research objectives.

5. Materials and methods are clearly explained. New techniques and modified methods need to be described in more detail. The standard method only includes references.

6. Results and Discussion are described briefly and clearly. Results are presented using Tables or Figures and are not repeated in the text. The table is made one spaced with the same letter as the text, no vertical lines, super clip, 3 illustrations/pictures sent, one of which must be sharp enough to be original to be reproduced.

7. Conclusions are briefly summarized by considering the title of the manuscript, the aims and objectives, and the results of the research.

8. Acknowledgments if any and written no more than 40 words.

9. References must be mentioned in the text with the author's surname or last name and year of publication, written Siahaan, S.M. (2012) or (Siahaan, S.M., 2012). For references of more than four authors, the first author is mentioned first followed by et al. for foreign writers. Bibliography is arranged alphabetically without serial number: author's name, year of publication, article title, book title, name and journal number, publisher and city of publication, and page number. If any, the DOI of the article should be written as follows:

Hantono, D., Sidabutar, Y. F., & Hanafiah, U. I. M. (2018). City Public Space Studies Between Activities and Limitations. Langkau Betang: Journal of Architecture, 5(2), 80–86. 29387

Aji, S. D., Hudha, M. N., Huda, C., Khoiro, Z., Wartono, W., Batlolona, J. R., ... & Abdullah, A. G. (2018). Adaptive multimedia with android e-assessment to improve assessment efficiency. In IOP Conference Series: Materials Science and Engineering (Vol. 434, No. 1, p. 012294). IOP Publishing.

Sari, Y., Hantono, D., & Susilowati, E. (2017). Value Management in Surabaya Real Estate Development Based on Perceptions of Real Estate Developer Practitioners. UMJ Press Architecture.

Adams, R. J. (1973). Building a foundation for evaluation of instruction in higher education and continuing education (Doctoral dissertation). Retrieved from

Shackelford, W. (2000). The six stages of cultural competence. In Diversity central: Learning. Retrieved April 16, 2000, from

10. Unpublished references can be used as references, but must be included in the text (eg Suparno, unpublished).

11. Unusual acronyms or abbreviations are written in full on the skin first and then written only abbreviations. Unusual abbreviations should be avoided unless they appear frequently in the text.

12. Latin names, families, and species are written first together with their common names. Next, the name is generally written.

13. The International System of Units should be used for all units.

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