Author Guidelines


All of the articles are written in English.
The author is required to use the provided template to write the article, as it has been designed according to the format of the journal. Hence, the author is not permitted to change the format.



The article title should be in Arial 11pt, bold, and written in all uppercase letters, with a maximum of 14 words in English and included below the title in Indonesian, not bolded and written in italics with Arial 9pt font.


The abstract should have a maximum of 150 words in both English and Indonesian. It should be formatted in italic using Arial 10pt. The abstract needs to be written in a clear and descriptive manner, providing a brief overview of the community service conducted. The abstract includes the reasons for selecting the topic or the importance of the research topic, research methods, and a summary of the results. The abstract should conclude with a statement highlighting the significance of the results or a brief conclusion.


In general, the introductory section contains the background, reasons for conducting research, research objectives, and problem formulation. This introductory section is supported by a literature review which is used to support the research concept. Enrich this introductory section with efforts that have been made by other parties.


Writers are required to present a primary literature review; accountable journal articles, proceedings and books. References should be up-to-date, published within the last 10 years. The maximum number of references used is 17 references. Literature studies are not limited to theory alone, but also empirical evidence.


In this section, it focuses on the practical application and the detailed explanation of methodology employed to achieve research objectives. The research findings should be measurable and should provide a detailed description of the instruments used, whether qualitative or quantitative. The author also outlines the criteria for evaluating the research's achievement.


The author should elaborate the research findings. The findings and discussion relate to the literature and its practical implication. In this section, the author explains the research findings as an indicator of the research success. Furthermore, the research accomplishment can be observed in the proposed hypotheses and the novelty of the research.


The conclusion should clearly indicate weakness and strengths of the findings, as well as the potential for further research. It should be presented in a cohesive paragraph format rather than as a list of points.


The bibliography or references consists of the publications from the last 5 years of research, except for the list of books or primary sources. The minimum number of references to be included is 15. Priority should be given to research papers from recent journals, conferences, and/or scientific magazines. Other references may include textbooks or research reports (including undergraduate theses, master's theses, and dissertations), but should not exceed 20% of the total number of references.

The bibliography follows the Modern Humanities Research Association 3rd edition (note with bibliography) format and is arranged alphabetically. The references included in the bibliography should also be cited orderly within the paper. Mendeley tools are recommended to use for this purpose.


  1. The article is not a research paper (it is a literature review only), and the methodology section has been removed.
  2. The plagiarism check has revealed a minimum of 25% similarity.