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Author Guidelines

WRITING GUIDE

1. Requirements Manuscript

Manuscripts submitted to editors in Indonesian or English which are original notes / papers, have not been published, are not being considered for publication in other national or international media, journals or magazines, and have not been sent to other print media. The author guarantees that the submitted text does not contain any element of plagiarism or other academic ethics violations. Any violation is entirely the responsibility of the author.

2. Variety of Scripts

The manuscripts may be results of research, literature review, empirical studies, case studies, evaluations, policy reviews, current educational issues, or book reviews. The manuscript may be the development of thesis, dissertation, or other research.

3. Script Structure

a. Title: Describes the contents of the manuscript which is presented briefly and densely, not too speci c/narrow, but also not very common, with a length of at most 14 words.

b. Author Identity: The author's name is written in full, without title, e-mail address, and name and institution / institution. If the author of the script is more than one person, the email address listed is the address of the primary author mentioned in the leading order of the author's name.

c. Abstract: Informative, contains background, problem, objective, method, place and time of research, result and suggestion. The abstract is written briefly without statistical formula / calculation, ranging from 150-250 words and arranged in one paragraph, and completed with at least three keywords which are important concepts in the text. Titles and abstracts are written in both Indonesian and English versions.

d. Introduction: contains background and problem formulation, research benefits, and literature review / theory without using subheads. The preliminary content does not exceed 20% of the entries.

e. Research Methods: contains types, places and times, as well as research procedures (data sources, data collection techniques, and data analysis techniques.

f. Findings and Discussion: results / qualitative and / or quantitative data followed by learning and implications.

g. Conclusion: consists of (a) the conclusions of research findings in the form of answers to research questions or in the form of a summary of the results of the discussion, and (b) suggestions. Conclusions and suggestions are presented in paragraph form.

h. Referrals and Cites: using caged referral technique (final name, year). Example: (Sitepu, 2014)

i. Refferences: contains only referenced sources, and all referenced sources must be listed in the referral list. Referral sources of at least 80% of the literature published last 10 years. Number of referenced libraries for research results of at least 10 libraries and for the results of the study of at least 25 libraries. Examples of writing a bibliography are structured in the following manner, sorted alphabetically and chronologically:

Book:
Januszewski, A.,& Molenda, M. (2008). Educational technology: A de nition with commentary. New York: Routledge.

Newby, T. J., et.al. (2010). Educational technology for teaching and learning (4th ed). London: Pearson.

Electronic Book:
Niemann, S., Greenstein, D., & David, D. (2004). Helping children who are deaf: Family and community support for children who do not hear well. Diakses dari http://www.hesperian.org/publications_download_deaf.php

Book collection of articles:
Saukah, A. & Waseso, M.G. (Eds.). (2002). Menulis artikel untuk jurnal ilmiah (edisi ke-4, cetakan ke-1). Malang: UM Press.

Articles in a collection of articles:
Russel, T. (1998). An alternative conception: representing representation. Dalam P.J. Black & A. Lucas (Eds.), Children’s Informal Ideas in Science (hlm. 62-84). London: Routledge.

Articles in journals or magazines:
Sadid, A. (2014). Model desa terpadu PAUDNI mewujudkan masyarakat pembelajar sepanjang hayat. Jurnal VISI PPTK-PAUDNI, 9 (1), 56-67.

Articles in electronic newspapers:
Maruli, A. (November, 2013). Pemerintah alokasikan Rp 2,40 triliun untuk paud nonformal dan informal. Antaranews.com. Diakses dari http://www.antaranews.com/berita/405210/pemerintah- alokasikan-rp-240-triliun-untuk-paud-nonformal-dan-informal pada tanggal 10 Desember 2013.

Newspaper / news in newspaper (without author name):
Wanita kelas bawah lebih mandiri. (2010, 22 April). Kompas, p. 3

Official document:
Pusat Pembinaan dan Pengembangan Bahasa. (1978). Pedoman penulisan laporan penelitian. Jakarta: Depdikbud.
Undang-undang Nomor 20 tentang Sistem Pendidikan Nasional. (2003). Jakarta: PT Armas Duta Jaya.

Books of translation:
Zainu, M. (2010). Solusi pendidikan anak masa kini. (Syarif Hade, penterjemah). Jakarta: Mustaqiim.

Thesis, Dissertation, Research Report:
Septiani, M. (2015). Pengalaman pusat kegiatan belajar masyarakat dalam memfasilitasi masyarakat Jakarta Utara belajar sepanjang hayat: Sebuah studi fenomenologi di Jakarta Utara. Tesis tidak diterbitkan. Jakarta: PPS UNJ.

Internet (articel on online journal):
Johns, E., & Mewhort, D. (2009). Test sequence priming in recognition memory. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory and Cognition, 35, 1162-1174. doi: 10.1037/a0016372

4. Physical Script

The script is typed in A4 format, using an Arial type 10-point font with a space 1.5. The length of the manuscript ranges from 4000-10,000 words submitted to the editor in the form of soft copy (CD) and hard copy / print out. The tables are numbered sequentially and given the title briefly, placed above the table and typed in capital letters at the beginning of each word. Images, including graphs, charts, diagrams, maps, photographs, or sketches are numbered sequentially with annotations and placed under the image. The following is an example of writing tables and drawings.

The manuscript in hard copy and compact disk (CD) is sent to the Journal Editor, Campus A UNJ Gd. Daksinapati, Jl. Rawamangun Muka, East Jakarta, 13220. Soft copy of the manuscript can be sent to E-mail: pip@unj.ac.id Editor only accepts and considers the qualified manuscripts listed above. Authors are not subject to submission fees and Editors are not obliged to return to the scriptwriters that are not loaded.

6. Manuscript Review

Manuscripts passed from preliminary selection are sent to one or two blind reviewers (reviewers do not know the author's name and vice versa) to review the possibility of publication. The author is obliged to improve (if necessary) the text in accordance with the reviewers' suggestions as a condition for the publication of an article.