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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

Author Guidelines

Writing Standard:

  1. Manuscripts are typed using Microsoft Word program on A4 paper size.

  2. The font is Times New Roman, the left, top right, and bottom margins are 2.5 cm each.

  3. Layout: 0.5 inch header, 0.5 inch footer.

  4. Text does not need to be page numbered. Terms in foreign languages are written in italics, 1 space apart.

  5. The title of the article is 14 points, the subtitle is 12 points, the content of the article is 10 points.

  6. Numbers and letters in pictures, tables, or histograms use Times New Roman font size 8 points.

Manuscript Requirements:

  1. The length of the manuscript is not more than 10 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. 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 consist of the author's name, year of publication, title of the article, name of the city and publishing institution. The reference list is sorted by the first letter of the author's name (A-Z). The second word in the name is agreed upon as a family name. Authors can follow the APA 5th Publication Manual for writing references. [10 pt].

  • Al-Maroof, R. A. S., & Al-Emran, M. (2018). Students Acceptance of Google Classroom: An Exploratory Study using PLS-SEM Approach. International Journal of Emerging Technologies in Learning (IJET), 13(06), 112–123.   

  • Alias, N., & Siraj, S. (2012). Effectiveness of Isman Instructional Design Model in Developing Physics Module based on Learning Style and Appropriate Technology. Procedia - Social and Behavioral Sciences, 64.   

  • Alba, A. P., Akbar, S., & Nurchasanah, N. (2019). Bahan Ajar Tema Daerah Tempat Tinggalku Berbasis Kearifan Lokal. Jurnal Pendidikan: Teori, Penelitian, Dan Pengembangan, 4(4), 421–426.

  • Andani, D. T., & Yulian, M. (2018). Pengembangan Bahan Ajar Electronic Book Menggunakan Software Kvisoft Flipbook pada Materi Hukum Dasar Kimia di SMA Negeri 1 Panton Reu Aceh Barat. Jurnal IPA & Pembelajaran IPA, 2(1), 1–6.

  • Andel, S. A., de Vreede, T., Spector, P. E., Padmanabhan, B., Singh, V. K., & Vreede, G. J. de. (2020). Do Social Features Help in Video-Centric Online Learning Platforms? A Social Presence Perspective.Computers in Human Behavior, 113(April), 106505.

  • Angela, T. (2014). Challenges to Meaningful Learning in Social Studies – The Key Competences as an Opportunity to Students’ Active Participation. Procedia - Social and Behavioral Sciences, 128, 192–197.

  • Yulia, H. (2020). Online Learning to Prevent the Spread of Pandemic Corona Virus in Indonesia. ETERNAL (English Teaching Journal), 11(1). 

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

  2. 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.

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

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

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