Address all correspondences and inquiries to the Chief Editor. The author is asked to provide manuscripts as electronic files. With electronic papers formatting requirements are few: a) Use MS Word, double-spaced, 12 pt Minion Pro; b) Use English U.S. as the language; c) Indent or space between all paragraphs; d) Use the metric system throughout; e) Avoid text footnotes; they should be incorporated into the text. The manuscript should be arranged in the following order (begin new sections on new pages):
TITLE: must be brief, informative and indicates the main point(s) of the paper. (5-12 words)
AUTHORS NAME: must be complete but without any title, accompanied by corresponding authors address, institutions address, and e-mail address.
ABSTRACT: should not be more than 200 words and is constructed in 1 paragraph which includes the brief description of the paper and a summary of the key conclusions (written in two languages: Indonesian and English)
KEYWORD(S): should be provided below the abstract to help with the electronic search (3-5 words).
INTRODUCTION : (this part gives details of the research problem(s), problem-solving plan and idea, research objective(s), and a summary of theoretical review composed with or without title or sub-title
THE METHODS : (this part explains how the research is conducted, research design, data collecting technique(s), instrument development, and data analysis technique(s)),
RESULT AND DISCUSSION: contains findings based on the analysis and elaboration of these findings
CONCLUSION: to discuss the findings of the research results
Acknowledgment: Acknowledgments should be limited to collegial and financial assistance. Acknowledgments are not meant to recognize personal or manuscript production support.
An article in the Journal. Author(s). Year (in parentheses). Title of article, journal title (in italics). Volume number (in italics). Issue number (in parentheses). Page(s) (or Citation Number). DOI (digital object identifier).
An article in Book. Author(s)/Editor(s). Year (in parentheses). Title of article. in Editor(s) (if any). Book title (in italics), Edition (if any). Page(s) of an article in the book. Publisher. Location (city and state/country).
MATHEMATICS: Use italic for variables, bold for vector and matrices, the script for transforms, and san serif for tensors. Use superscripts and subscripts in superior or inferior position; do not use raised and lowered fonts.
TABLES: Every table must have a title, and all columns must have headings. Column headings must be arranged so that their relation to the data is clear and refer to the column below. Footnotes should be indicated by a superscript, lowercase letters. Each table must be cited in the text.
FIGURES: Cite each figure in numerical orders in the text. Cleary mark orientation on the figure, if questionable. Color figures, foldouts, pocket maps, etc., can be accommodated, but the costs of color for publishing these special features must be borne by the author.