- Systematic writing:
- First part: title, authors, abstract
- Main part: Introduction, Method Research, Result and Discussion, and Conclusions
- Ending part: acknowledgment (if any), symbols description (if any), and references
- Title and authors:
- The title is written in capital words (Title Case/Capital Each Word), bold, with font of Times New Roman, single space, center text, and the maximum number of words is 11
- The author's name is placed under the title and written without a degree. It starts with the capital word (avoid using “by” before the author's name). author sequence is first author then followed by second author etc
- Institution address and email written under author's name with font of Times New Roman 11.
- The abstract is written in English with Bold, which contains an introduction, how the study was conducted, the results, etc.
- The maximum number of words in the abstract is no more than 200 words and written with a single space
- Justify text with a font of Times New Roman 11.
- The abstract using format structured abstract
5. Every section has to write in bold
6. Keywords consist 3 – 5 words, the word of “Keywords” also has to write in bold.
4. General rules of publication manuscript
- Every section in a manuscript is written in the font of Times New Roman 11, using capital words and bold
- The first sentence in a new paragraph is written with indent-first line 1,15 cm, and there is no space between paragraphs
- Content of manuscript is written with font of Times New Roman 11 without using bold
- Every numeral words have to written in number, except in the beginning of paragraph and intregers that less than ten
- Tables and pictures must have clear desription and serial number. Numbering use center text format and placed above the table and for picture, it placed below.
- The article contains a maximum of 20 pages.
References format using American Psychological Association Standard system. All literature that put in references must contain in manuscript. Literatures prefered from the last 10 years, minimum contain 15 references (80% primary source ex: journal, proceeding)
First author, second author etc. (last name, first name abbreviated) publication year. Title (italic). Edition, publisher. Place of publication.
Example: O’Brien, J.A. dan. J.M. Marakas. (2011). Management Information Systems. Edisi 10. McGraw-Hill. New York-USA.
2. Journal Articles
First author, second author etc. (last name, first name abbreviated) publication year. Title. Name of journal (italic). Volume. Number. Page.
Example: Cartlidge, J. (2012). Crossing boundaries: Using fact and fiction in adult learning. The Journal of Artistic and Creative Education. 6 (1): 94-111.
3. Conference Proceedings
First author, second author, etc. (Last name, first name abbreviated) publication year. Title. Name of conference. Date of the conference. Place/City. Country.Page.
Example: Michael, R. (2011). Integrating innovation into enterprise architecture management. Proceeding on Tenth International Conference on Wirt-shafts Informatik. 16-18 February 2011, Zurich, Swis. Hal. 776-786.
4. Essay, Thesis and Dissertation
First author, second author etc. (Last name, first name abbreviated) publication year. Title. essay, thesis or dissertation. university.
Example: Pratiwi R.D. (2013). Pengaruh Suplementasi Vitamin A dan D pada pengobatan TB Paru BTA+ terhadap Percepatan Konversi Dahak di Fase Intensif. Tesis. Field Epidemiology Training Program Fakultas Kedokteran UGM, Yogyakarta.
Authors. year. Title. Judul. Uniform Resources Locator (URL). Date of access.
Example: WHO (2011). Global Tuberkulosis Control 2011. Available from: www.who.int/tb. Diakses tanggal 12 Juni 2013.