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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.

Manuscript Preparation Guidelines for the Papers Submitted to IJIED


(Times New Roman # 16)


Authors’ names and affiliations


            Full names and affiliations (marked with superscript number) should be provided for all authors on the cover page, separately from the content.  The corresponding author (marked with superscript asterisk) should also provide a full postal address, telephone and fax number and an e-mail address as a footnote on the title page.


 


Abstract (Times New Roman # 14)


            Your manuscript will appear in A4 sized photocopy exactly the same as it is received. For the blind review process, please include the author’s names in the submitted manuscript.  Please follow the guidelines explicitly. English papers should begin with the English abstracts with front Times New Roman # 12. No other language abstract is required. The abstract should include a concise statement of objectives and a summary of important results. A good abstract should have only one paragraph, typed in single column. Moreover, it must be placed and fitted in the first page of a manuscript.


 


Key words:    Time New Roman 12 pt, Maximum 5 keywords


 


 


1. Introduction (Times New Roman # 14, Bold)


            Contributed papers are limited to 6-10 pages including all figures and tables. Each manuscript typically contains the following sections: Title, Author’s name (no any academic position is required.), E-mail address, Abstract, Introduction, Text, Conclusion, Acknowledgment (if preferred), and References. (Times New Roman # 12)


2. Style and Format


      2.1 General


            Manuscripts are typed single space except for headings. Font type should mimic Times New Roman #12 (shown here). Full justification is recommended. Please do not use any endnotes or footnotes. A page numbers is prohibited.


            Type your manuscripts on A4 (21 cm x 29.7 cm) sheets. The manuscripts must also be typed in the correct two-column width as shown in this paper. The sheet should be divided into a two-column width of 81 mm with a space between columns of 6 mm (a total width of 168 mm). This permits side margin of 21 mm each. The top and bottom margins should be 29 mm.


      2.2 Title Block


            The title should appear in upper and lower case without underlining, centered across columns. Type the author’s name and affiliation also in upper and lower case letters centered under the title. In case of multi-authorship, group the authors and identify each author by superscript numbers corresponding to the organization which should be grouped below authors. The asterisk should be marked as the superscript after a corresponding author’s name, while the presenter’s name should be underlined.


      2.3 Headings and Subheadings


            Headings and subheadings are in upper and lower case bold letter without underlining, if applicable. They should be typed in Time New Roman size 12, bold. They should appear with sequential numbers, left-hand justified in the column. A blank line should be used to separate paragraphs when each section is finished.


       2.4 Equations


            Equations are to be numbered consecutively throughout the text. The equation number should be placed in parenthesis and flushed with the right-hand margin of the column. Italic alphabets are recommended for equation parameters.


 


                                                            A+b-c                                                        (1)


           


Leave a blank line before and after equations. A long equation should appear across the columns by interrupting the opposite column with column-termination and column-initiation bars.


      2.5 Citations


            Citations within the text must be based on APA style. For example;


 


Table 1: Example of Citations in APA style






















Reference List



In-Text Citation



Cascigo, W.F. (1995).



(Cascigo, 1995)



Chalofsky, N. (1992).



(Chalofsky, 1992)



Ashe, D. D., & McCutcheon, L. E. (2001)



(Ashe & McCutcheon, 2001)



3. Illustrations


            Figures, tables and line drawings should be positioned within the text. They may conform to either a one-column or two-column width. The drawings must be black ink or high contrast black-and with reproductions. Images and photocopy format can be Microsoft Word, TIFF, RTF, BMP, JPEG or PSD, but the preferred format is Microsoft Word. Figures and Tables must include captions with length no more than 2 lines. They should begin with the word “Figure” or “Table” and then be followed by the sequential numbers as appeared in the text. Leave a blank line before and after the caption.


4. Paper File Formatting


      All Submitted papers are in both .DOC and .PDF files. 


5. Conclusions


      Your paper should be carefully checked.


6. References


    References must also follow APA style. For example;


Cascigo, W.F. (1995). Managing Human Resource, Productivity, Quality at work life, Profits. USA: McGraw-Hill.


Chalofsky, N. (1992). A Unifying Definition for the Human Resource Development Profession. Human Resource 


      Development Quarterly, 3 (2): 182.


Ashe, D. D., & McCutcheon, L. E. (2001). Shyness, loneliness, and attitude toward celebrities. Current Research in


      Social Psychology, 6, 124-133. Retrieved from https://www.uiowa.edu/~grpproc/crisp/crisp.html


 


 


 


 


 


 

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