Author Guidelines

Author Guidelines

The article is an original work and has not been published elsewhere. If the article has been presented at any seminar or conference, it is necessary to mention the name of the conference, the institution where it was presented, and the date of presentation. Article manuscripts are written in English. The manuscript will be reviewed in advance by the editorial board. The main text of the manuscript must be submitted as a Word (.doc) or Rich Text Format (.rtf) document file. The manuscript must contain the following sections in this order:

 

Title

Type the paper title, capitalize first letter (16 pt, the title describes the conducted research, arial narrow, single line spacing, 0 pt after spacing).

 

 

The author name

Nama lengkap tanpa gelar dan gelar akademik, nama orang dan marga ditulis dengan huruf kapital. Penulis terdiri dari dua orang atau lebih. Penulisan bagian ini menggunakan arial narrow 12 pt.

 

Full name without academic degrees and titles, names of people and surnames are written in capital letters. The author consists of two or more author. Writing this section using narrow 12 pt arial.

Example:

First Author 1,*, Second Author 2, Third Author 3

 

 

Name of affiliation for each author

Author name should be accompanied by complete affiliation address, city name, zip code number, and country. This section is supplemented by e-mails from the correspondence authors. Writing this section using Arial narrow 11 pt, italic.

Example:

1 First affiliation, Address, City and Postcode, Country (Arial narrow 11 pt, italic)

 

Abstract

Type your abstract here (10 pt). Abstract, which comprised of approximately 200 words, provides a brief description of research problems, aims, method used, and results. It emphasizes research results in which written in single line spacing.

 

 

 

 

Keywords

Keywords consisting of 3 to 5 keywords must be written to describe the scope of the research being observed and the main terms that underlie the research. These keywords can be single and/or combined words. Writing keywords in English and written in alphabetical order.

 

Introduction

The introduction is written from the perspective of the researcher, consisting of: the research problem, a summary of the theoretical study and the results of the current study (state of the art) related to the problem under study and ends with a brief statement of what should be reported in the article (research aims). The Introduction must be written in single spaced in Arial Narrow, 11 pt, single spaced 0 pt before spacing, and 0 pt after spacing.

 

Method

The method section contains research design, population and sample, sample collection techniques and research procedures, and data analysis techniques. Methods should be written in single space with Arial Narrow 11 pt, single space 0 pt before space, and 0 pt after space.

 

Results and discussion

Results and discussion should not be separated. State the results obtained based on the method used. Avoid presenting raw data as well as multiple presentations (eg tables and graphs). Each data mean value must be assigned a standard deviation. All data given in the results must be presented in tables or graphs, although some results may only be given in text. The discussion can be done by comparing the results and / or data reported with the results of other previously published studies.

Focuses on interpreting results rather than repeating results or data. Similarities, differences and uniqueness of findings should take precedence. Results and discussion should be written in single space with Arial Narrow 11 pt, single space 0 pt before space, and 0 pt after space.

 

Each table should be numbered and accompanied by a title at the top. They should be referred to in the text as Table 1, etc. and vertical line is forbidden. See examples on templates.

 

Each figure should be numbered and accompanied by a title at the bottom. They should be referred to in the text as Figure. 1, etc. See examples on templates.

 

Conslusion

Based on the findings and discussion, conslusion should be clearly stated. It should be written as paragraph, not as a list. Conculusion should be written in single space with Arial Narrow 11 pt, single space 0 pt before space, and 0 pt after space.

 

Acknowledgment

This section is optional. If there are, author(s) should mention the grant source (Institution as well as year of the contract) and the person to whom the grant was given. Acknowledgement shoud also be given to those (individual/company/institution) who has contributed to the study especially in establishing research design, acquisition of data, supplying documents/photographs or analysis and interpretation of data, or who was involved in drafting the manuscript or revising it critically for important intellectual content. Acknowledgment should be written in single space with Arial Narrow 11 pt, single space 0 pt before space, and 0 pt after space.

 

References

Citation and referencing must be written based on APA style 6th Edition which is organized by using Mendeley software latest version. References should be written in single space with Arial Narrow 11 pt, single space 0 pt before space, and 0 pt after space.

 

 

 

 

The reference list should follow these styles:

Journal article:

Narahaubun, S. S., Rehena, J. F., & Rumahlatu, D. (2020). Empowering students’ critical thinking skills, information literacy and cognitive learning outcome through RBL-TPS model. Jurnal Pendidikan Biologi Indonesia, 6(2), 243-256. doi: https://doi.org/10.22219/jpbi.v6i2.11456

Sinay, H., Arumingtyas, E. L., Harijati, N., & Indriyani, S. (2015). Proline content and yield com- ponents of local corn cultivars from Kisar Island, Maluku, Indonesia. International Journal of Plant Biology, 6, 43-46.

 

Articles in proceedings:

Hasnat, G. N. T., Kabir, M. A., & Hossain, M. A. (2018). Major environmental issues and problems of South Asia, Particularly Bangladesh. In C. M. Hussain (Ed.), Handbook of Environmental Materials Management (pp. 1–40). Switzerland: Springer Natrure. doi: https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-58538-3_7-1

 

Book:

Miller, J. N., & Miller, J. C. (2005). Statistics and chemometrics for analytical chemistry. 5th ed. Pearson Education Limited, Edinburgh Gate Harlow, England. pp. 213-239.

 

Chapter in a book:

Che Man, Y. B., Syahariza, Z. A., & Rohman, A. (2010). Chapter 1. Fourier transform infrared (FTIR) spectroscopy: development, techniques, and application in the analyses of fats and oils, in Fourier Transform Infrared Spectroscopy, edited by Oliver J. Ress, Nova Science Publishers, New York, USA. pp. 1-26.

Waldman, J. R., & Wirgin, I. (1994). Use of DNA analysies in the management of natural fish populations. In: Garte, S.J. (Ed). Molecular envirenmental Biology. Lewis Publishers. Boca Raton. Florida. pp. 29-64.

 

Book by editor(s)

Garte, S. J. (Ed). (2000). Molecular envirenmental biology. Lewis Publishers. Boca Raton. Florida. 256 pp.

Flemming, N. C., Harff, J., Moura, D., Burgess, A., & Bailey, G. N. (Eds.). (2017). Submerged landscapes of the European continental shelf: Quaternary paleoenvironments. Hoboken, NJ: John Wiley & Sons, Inc. Retrieved from https://books.google.co.id/books?isbn=1118927508