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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.
  • The submission has not been previously published, nor is it before another journal for consideration (or an explanation has been provided in Comments to the Editor).
  • The submission file is in OpenOffice, Microsoft Word, or RTF document file format.
  • Where available, URLs for the references have been provided.
  • The text is single-spaced; uses a 12-point font; employs italics, rather than underlining (except with URL addresses); and all illustrations, figures, and tables are placed within the text at the appropriate points, rather than at the end.
  • The text adheres to the stylistic and bibliographic requirements outlined in the Author Guidelines.

Author Guidelines

When submitting a manuscript, the author must register with the system. General provisions used in submitting a manuscript are the suitability of the journal's topic in the journal's scope.

Manuscript Title

The title of the paper is written briefly with no more than 12 words and can represent the whole of the paper. It is written in capital in every first letter without including a case study location.


The names of the main authors and member lists should be written in full with the authors' affiliation origin.


This section is written in English containing a summary of the paper, including the research results. Abstract containing research description without reference. The abstract should consist of a paragraph containing no more than 150 words using Source Sans Pro 10.5 pt.


Keywords have to contain around 3-5 words. Keywords should refer to the research object, the root of the problem, and the method.

  1. Research Background

This template, modified in MS Word 2016, provides authors with the formatting specifications needed for preparing electronic versions of their papers. Articles are written by using Microsoft Office Word (* .doc or * .docx) in single-spaced on A4 size paper (210 mm x 297 mm) with the top and bottom margins 2.5 cm, left and right margins 3 cm. The letters used for the entire text are Source Sans Pro 11.5 pt. The manuscript was compiled in a one-column format. Margins, column widths, line spacing, and type styles are built-in; examples of the type styles are provided throughout this document. Some components, such as multi-leveled equations, graphics, and tables are not prescribed, although the various table text styles are provided. The formatter will need to create these components, incorporating the following applicable criteria.

The length of the entire manuscript (including attachments) ranges from 8-12 pages. The page does not need to be given the numbering. Manuscripts should be presented in several sections, starting from the introduction (25%), the methodology, processing and discussion (65%), conclusions and recommendations (10%), and a bibliography.

The title contains no more than 16 words. If you use a subtitle, it will be displayed under the main title. The subtitle contains no more than 10 words.

Authors should note that they are writing for an international audience. National colloquialisms and idiomatic use of language should be avoided to the extent possible. Word choices and sentence constructions that might imply bias against persons based on gender, racial or ethnic group membership, disability, sexual orientation, or age should be avoided.

The introduction contains the background of the problem, formulation of the problem, and reference to previous research developments.

  1. Content of Script

The discussion may consist of several sub-chapters. The discussion includes the framework, research methodology, data collection, data processing, analysis and discussion.

2.1 Chapter and Sub Chapter

Chapter titles and sub-chapter titles are written with numbering begin. Numbering section 3 maximum level, for example: 2.1.1. Printed using Source Sans Pro 11.5 pt semi-bold, left, with the model title case (capital letters only at the beginning of the word except for prepositions and conjunctions). To separate between sub-chapters, are spaced 1 line spacing.

2.2 Format paragraph

The paragraph starts with spacing 1 cm indent for the first line and between paragraphs without being given a distance of 1 line spacing.

2.3 Table and Figure

Tables and figures are presented in the centre position. Wherever possible, tables and figures are in the column. However, if it is too large, you should put it at the top or bottom of the page where it is displayed.

Each table and figure is numbered and accompanied by a description (title). The font size used for numbers, titles, tables/images is Source Sans Pro 10.5 pt.

The number and title of the table are placed on the table with a position in the middle (centre). The number and title images are placed below the image to the position in the middle (centre). Image and other non-text content must contain alternative text. Between the number and title of the tables/pictures with tables/pictures are spaced 1 line spacing. If the table title is too long, please adjust it to the width of a figure or table.

2.4 Formula

Formula/prepositions are written using Microsoft Word Equation. Any formula/prepositions are numbered using the number in brackets written at the end of the right margin, as an example in the template.

2.5 Algoritm and Program

Algorithms or programming codes are written in the textbox and expressed as images. Documented use Courier New 9 pt with internal margins top, bottom, left and right 0.1 cm.

2.6 Citations

The description of the content can not be separated from the reference library. The description refers to a bibliography expressing the author's name and year of publication. Examples of references: ... by Fulan (2000) ...; ... (Fulan, 2000).

References indicate the source of the reference table; the reference is placed on the left position at the bottom of the table. References to images are placed left-aligned under the title picture.

  1. Conclusion

The conclusion contains conclusions that answer the problem addressed. There is a value in the measurement and processing that became the basis of analysis and discussion.


The bibliography was written without the chapter number. All written references are used in the bibliography. The bibliography is written sequentially according to the alphabetical order of the first author's last name, followed by a year of publication in parentheses. Examples of writing a bibliography format are as follows:


Fulan et al. (2000), Title of the book, XY Press, Ghana.

Proceedings or Journal:

Fulan, et al. (2001), "Title of the research (Case Study: Object of the research)", Title of proceedings or journal, Vol. 2, Page 101-120, Ghana.

Thesis or Dissertation:

Fulan, Supervisor 1 dan Supervisor 2 (2002), Example of the title, Thesis that not published, Program Study XYZ university, Ghana


Fulan, et al (2003), "Judul Artikel", accessed at Friday, February, 27th 2023, 13.00 .



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