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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.
  • Submission to this journal proceeds totally online.
  • All manuscripts submitted to this journal must follow focus and scope, author guidelines and template of this journal.
  • All manuscripts must be free from copyright infringement and plagiarism contents (<20%).
  • Manuscript has been spell checked and grammar checked.
  • Please ensure that every reference cited in the text is also present in the reference list.
  • Please do not convert the .docx template to another file type.
  • Submission of an article implies that the work described has not been published previously and that it is not under consideration for publication elsewhere.

Author Guidelines

The guide for the author provides an explanation of the structure of the article and various information on how to prepare the article. In detail, see the structure of the article in the template

Title : The title is short but must inform the content of the article. Do not use abbreviations in the title and type in 14 Cambrian letters.

Author Name and Address : Write the author's name and address at the bottom of the article title with font 11. E-mail from the corresponding author must be included. The number of corresponding authors is a maximum of 2 authors who are responsible for the substance of the article. If there are 2 authors the corresponding author, the main author is the corresponding author.

Abstract : The abstract is written briefly which contains the background, the purpose of the study, the methodology used, the main research results, the main discussion and the novelty based on the research findings. Avoid using abbreviations but if important they should be mentioned first and then followed by the abbreviation in parentheses (AIP). Abstract does not contain references and is typed in Cambria letters with a font size of 10. The maximum number of words is 300 which are written in Indonesian and English.

Keywords : Keywords are placed after the abstract with a maximum number of 5 words and use capital letters at the beginning of the word separated by semicolons (;).

Introduction : Background that describes the context of the problem, the importance of the problem to be researched, development or study that becomes a solution to the problem. Problem solving and description must contain novelty value. Use relevant references in the form of theoretical studies and / or research results. The last paragraph should include the implications of research on the development of science and technology.

Methods : The research method is written in detail in the form of the sample used, the sampling method, and the analysis used in the description. Relevant research methods should be described and indicated by reference. If there is a similarity in the research method, it must be numbered consecutively and placed in the center of the page accompanied by a reference.

Result and Discussion : The results of the research and discussion must be presented briefly and clearly. The findings, analysis and interpretation should be compared or supported by theory or related research findings. The results of data processing can be displayed in the form of illustrations, tables and equations which are clearly described in sequence according to their appearance in the text. In the illustration, it must explain all symbols or symbols used, while the presentation of the results does not repeat what is shown in the table and the illustration does not repeat from the data in the table. The results and discussion must answer the problem formulations in the introduction.

Conclusion : Conclusions are presented briefly from the findings by giving a significant contribution and do not repeat the research results.

Acknowledgment : Acknowledgments are placed after the conclusion and are only intended for parties, both individuals and institutions who provided support in the research. If the research was funded from a grant, provide the number and year of the grant received and the name of the institution giving the grant.

References : References are sorted alphabetically (A-Z) by writing the author's last name, year. Article title. Journal name, issue volume, p. DOI (Digital Object Identifier). The references used come from international journals (recommended reputable international journals), accredited national journals and / or at least Sinta 6 and books (recommended international publications). References used with a maximum publication limit of the last 10 years. References in the form of books are only 10% (ten percent) of the total number of references used.

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