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Submission of Manuscript
1. Manuscript should preferably be 2,500-5,000 words in length
2. The font type required is Times New Roman, 12 pt.
3. The first page of the manuscript must contain the following information: Title of the article Name(s) and affiliation of author(s) Complete address, including telephone and fax numbers and e-mail address. The second page of the manuscript should contain only the title of the article, an abstract, keywords and subsequently the text of the article
4. The abstract should be about 250 – 300 words and structured to include, the purpose of the paper, the scope, the objectives, the methodology and approach, the findings, the practicle applications and significance.
5. The keywords should be informative and adds to the existing information available in the title and abstracts.
6. Main section headings in the manuscript must be capitalized and bold and sub-headings under the main headings should be bold and in upper-lower case.
1. All manuscripts should be submitted as a word or rtf document, formated with double line spacing and 1.5 left and right margins. Articles can be sent as attached documents to the editors, firstname.lastname@example.org
2. All articles are subjected to double blind reviewing process. Authors should receive information about the status of their articles within three months.
3. Papers that are amended accordingly will be published in the earliest issue possible.
Accuracy of Materials
It is the responsibility of the author to check the accuracy of all data, statements and references.
It is a condition of publication that manuscripts submitted to the journal have not been published, accepted for publication, nor simultaneously submitted for publication elsewhere. By submitting a manuscript, the author(s) agree that copyright for the article is transferred to the publisher, if and when the manuscript is accepted for publication.
1. The style of the manuscript should follow The Chicago Manual of Style.
2. References should be cited in the text using the ‘name and date style’ , Summers (1993) or (Summers, 1993).
3. References at the end of the article should be listed in alphabetical order and examples are indicated below:
Books: Awad, Elias M., and Hassan M. Ghaziri. Knowledge Management. 1st ed., Internat. ed. Upper Saddle River, NJ: Prentice Hall, 2004.
Joournal: Kingsley, Tara L., Jerrell C. Cassady, and Susan M. Tancock. “Successfully Promoting 21st Century Online Research Skills: Interventions in 5th-Grade Classrooms.” Reading Horizons (Online) 54, no. 2 (2015): 0_1.
e-journal: Potter, Stephen. Doing Postgraduate Research. 2nd ed. London: Sage Publisher, 2006.
web : Rahayu, Sri. “Strategi Kuliah Di Perguruan Tinggi.” Accessed October 17, 2016. http://srirahayucb1.blogspot.com/2011/10/strategi-kuliah-di-perguruan-tinggi.html.
Journal article: Summers, F. William. The concept of the indispensable public library. Public Libraries, Vol.32, no.4 (1993): 212-215.
Conference article: Ranson, Claire. Cartography in children’s literature. Paper presented at the 24th International Association of School Librarianship Conference, July 1995, at Worcester, England. 1995
Book chapter: Vinkler, P. Bibliometric analysis of publication activity of a scientific research institute, In: L. Egghe, R. Rousseau, eds. Informatrics. Amsterdam: Elsevier Science Publishers: 309-334. 1990.
Web resources: Tenopir, Carol. Educating tomorrow’s information professionals today. Info Today, Vol.10, no.7. 2002. Available at: http://www.infotoday.com/searcher/jul02/tenopir.htm Wang, Z. 2001. Information systems and evaluations: precision and recall graphs.
Tables, Figures and Illustration
Figures and photos should be labelled with "Figure 1:" and tables with "Table 3:" and assigned Arabic numerals. Table and Figure titles should placed on top of the Figures or tables given.