Author Guidelines

Article Title (Bold, Size: 16)

1. Style Guidelines
The title should be as concise as possible, reflecting the nature of the research, and should usually not contain abbreviations or, if it does, an extension before the abbreviation. The title consists of a maximum of 14 words, not all capital letters. The title should be capitalized at the beginning of each word.
2. Content Guidelines
The title reflects the overall content of the manuscript. It can describe novelty. No subtitles, no acronyms, no research locations. The title is not exactly the same as the research. You may use provocative and interesting words but clearly within the main domain/focus of the research....
First Author1, Second Author2, Third Author3 (Author's name italicized, bold, font size: 12)
1Identity of the author by entering information such as Study Program, Faculty, University, Country, and Email Example: Islamic Religious Education, IAIN Parepare, Indonesia.

2Identity of the Second Author etc.: Study Program, Faculty, University, Country

Notes: Information for the Identity of the Author uses Font Size: 10, Times New Roman, and italicized

Correspondence Author (Required):

If you do not include the correspondence author, the first author is considered as well as the correspondence author. The identity of the Corresponding Author by entering information such as Study Program, Faculty, University, Country, and Email. Example: Instructional Technology, IAIN Parepare, Indonesia.

ABSTRACT (Capital, Bold, Font Size 12)

1.Style Instructions
Abstract consists of two languages, English and Indonesian. The abstract should briefly state the research objectives, design/methodology/approach, main results and main conclusions. It should not exceed 350 words. No citations should be included in the abstract.
2.Content Guidelines
The abstract includes the purpose of writing not the research objectives. The research objectives are discussed in one sentence.

If using background, it is explained in 1 sentence.

The writing method is explained in one sentence

The core of the abstract is Novelty (Findings) discussed in 2-3 sentences

Conclusion is discussed in one sentence.

Keywords (Capital, Bold, Font Size 12)

The text separator in keywords is a comma sign (,) and is italicized and bold with Font: 10. Example: Learning Technology, Islamic Education. Authors must provide appropriate and brief keywords. The maximum number of keywords is 6.

Introduction (Bold, Font Size 12)
Style Instructions
Using Times New Roman font size 12pt. Tab 1cm, Single Spacing.
Content Instructions
This section should be concise and explain the background and significance of the research by considering relevant literature, especially recent publications. The introduction delivers the problem and or objective proposed by the research author. Of course, the researcher must try to explain the interest or urgency of the research topic so that it deserves to be known by many parties. In this case, the argumentation of related reference studies has begun to be displayed. So at this stage references have appeared whose results can support or even oppose it. Thus, the problem that is revealed and the answer will be sought is related to various relevant studies.

Journals often have a different anatomy, with a literature review sub-chapter appearing afterwards. If this is the case, this section should contain references that (theoretically) are expected to be able to answer the problem-objective stated in the introduction. However, in many journals, the anatomy of the article merges the literature review into the introduction, so that this section already contains quite a lot of references that are referred to.

Research Methods (Bold, Font Size 12)
This section should contain detailed information about the procedures and steps followed. It can be divided into subsections if multiple methods are described.

Style Guidelines If Subheadings Exist:

2.1 Subtitles (If Any).( Font Size : 12, Bold, Italicized)

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2.2 Subtitles (If Any).( Font Size : 12, Bold, Italicized)

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Content Instructions: The methods section basically describes the type-design-model of research and methods to answer the problems raised earlier in the introduction. The subjects, variables, (preparation of) instruments, data collection and analysis methods are explained with the possibility of referring to related references. For science research, the tools used are usually described by their specifications and the materials as related samples appear at least implicitly. The phrase calibration of instruments is often stated. In this section, both the method chosen and the "calibration" of the instruments may follow specific references.

Results and Discussion (Bold, Font Size 12)
This section is a comparative or descriptive analysis of the study based on the results of the study, previous literature, etc. Results should be offered in the order of