The authors are asked to provide the script as an electronic file. With electronic scripts, there are several formatting requirements: (1) Manuscripts using MS Word with writing length of 10 pages at a minimum; (2) Using the Indonesian language or English; (3) Using the metric system for all script; (4) Avoid using footnotes; all references should be included in the text. The manuscript should be arranged in the following order (start a new section on a new page).
It should be brief and informative and indicate the primary focus/objective/purpose of the manuscript (consisting of 10-15 words).
Must be complete but without any degree, accompanied by affiliation and author’s correspondence e-mail address.
Can not be more than 250 words and built-in 1 paragraph that includes a brief description of the manuscript (rationale, objectives, method, findings of the study and a summary of impactful conclusions (written in two languages, namely Indonesian and English)
Should be provided under the abstract to assist with electronic search (3-5 words). Every keyword is separated by a semicolon (;).
This section provides details of research issues, problem-solving plans and ideas, research objectives, and summaries of theoretical reviews without title or sub-headings. It also explains why the research is being done (rationale) and which is crucial for the reader to understand the significance of the study.
The ideal structure of the introduction explains: (1) What is the context of this problem? In what situation or environment can this problem be observed? (Background); (2) Why is this research important? Who will benefit? Why do we need to know this? Why does this situation, method, model, or piece of equipment need to be improved? (Rationale/Justification); (3) What is it we do not know? What is the gap in our knowledge this research will fill? What needs to be improved? (Problem Statement); (4) What steps will the researcher take to fill this gap or improve the situation? (Objectives); (5) Is there any aspect of the problem the researcher will not discuss? Is the study limited to a specific geographical area or only certain aspects of the situation? (Scope).
In the introduction, the authors can jot down some related works or literature reviews. "The literature" means the works you consulted in order to understand and investigate your research problem. In other words, the literature review is a critical look at the existing research that is significant to the work that the author is carrying out. It is not supposed to be just a summary of other people's work.
This section describes how research is conducted, research design, data collection techniques, instrument development, and data analysis techniques. Explanation of how data was collected/generated and how data was analyzed explanation of methodological problems and their solutions or effects. We need to know how the data was obtained because the method affects the results. Knowing how the data was collected helps the reader evaluate the validity and reliability of your results, and the conclusions you draw from them.
RESULTS AND DISCUSSION:
This section contains findings based on the analysis and elaboration of the findings. The results are presented in a format accessible to the reader (e.g., in a graph, table, diagram, or written text). Notice that raw data is usually put in an appendix if it is included at all. All graphs, tables, diagrams, and figures should be accompanied by text that guides the reader's attention to significant results. The text makes the results meaningful by pointing out the most important results, simplifying the results, highlighting significant trends or relationships, and perhaps commenting on whether specific results were expected or unexpected.
When explaining and interpreting the results, the writer comments on whether or not the results were expected and presents explanations for the results, particularly for those that are unexpected or unsatisfactory. Reference to previous research is used to compare the results with those reported in the literature or use the literature to support a claim, hypothesis, or deduction.
Use italics ( italic ) for variables, bold ( bold ) for vectors and matrices, the script for transformation, and san serif for tensor. Use superscripts and subscripts in superior or inferior positions; do not use letter magnification and zooming.
Each table must have a title, and all columns must have a title. Column headings should be arranged in such a way that their relationship with the data is clear and refer to the column below it. Each table should be quoted in the text.
Cite each image in numerical order in the text. Clear orientation marks on numbers, if questioned, show latitude and longitude on the map, and color figures. It can be accommodated, but the author must bear the cost of color for the publication of this particular feature.
This section describes the conclusions of the research results and their implications. A conclusion should give a summary of: (1) What was learned (this usually comes first); (2) The shortcomings of what was done (evaluation); (3) The benefits, advantages, applications, etc. of the research (evaluation), and (4) Recommendations/Future researches.
ACKNOWLEDGMENTS (if any):
Acknowledgments should be limited to collegial and financial assistance. Acknowledgments are not intended to introduce personal or support the production of the manuscript.
All citations from other authors/sources must cite the source. References are referred to at least 80% of the latest aliases published in the last ten years with the number of primary libraries of at least ten libraries. Sources wrote by following the procedures (style) issued by APA (American Psychological Association). In single spaces, references should be arranged alphabetically based on the author's last name/source and adding the DOI (digital object identifier).
To maintain consistency in how to refer, quote, and the bibliography, we must use standard reference applications such as Mendeley or EndNote, etc.
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