Author Guidelines

Writing Guidelines

General requirements

Accepted articles are articles that have never been published in any journal or are not in the status of being accepted for publication. Evidenced by the statement of originality uploaded by the author as an integral part of the manuscript sent.

Articles in the form of community service results that have relevance to implementation or implementation in society to encourage small and medium enterprises and the development of environmentally sound technology and appropriate technology.

Articles written are entirely your work and do not contain plagiarism.


Writing system

Articles are typed on A4 size paper with the type Garamond size 12. Manuscripts can be written in Indonesian or English. Manuscripts are written in Garamond font 12 with single spacing and a one-column format.

The article's structure consists of Title, Author Name, Abstract, Keywords, Introduction, Research Methods, Results and Discussion, Conclusions, Acknowledgments, and Bibliography.


Article Writing Provisions:

Title: The title is typed in Garamond, 16 letters centred in bold.

Author's name: The authors are typed under the title in Garamond 12 font in bold, without titles and may not be abbreviated. Under the name is the institution's name and the author's email.

Abstract: The abstract and keywords are written in English. The maximum length of 200 words. Fill in the abstract, briefly explaining the issue and focus of the mentoring, the method of service, and the results of the mentoring. The abstract is not a copy of the conclusion. Space 1, italic, font garamond 11.

INTRODUCTION: Narration uses the Garamond font. 1.5 spacing and margins follow the existing template. The introduction contains issues and focus of service, reasons for choosing assistance, current conditions, and expected conditions of assistance supported by various data from previous research results. The introduction must be supported by relevant sources using the footnote model of the Turabian style. Explicitly contain briefly and clearly the manuscript's direction, intent, purpose, novelty and usability. A brief description of what has been done/found by other researchers before. Then a description of the problem is to be studied.

RESEARCH METHODS: Strategies carried out to achieve the expected conditions, for example, PAR (Participatory Action Research); ABCD (Asset Based Community Development); CBR (Community-Based Research); service learning; Community development, or other methods of service, parties involved and form of involvement (partnership), place and time of activity (length of the mentoring process).

RESULTS AND DISCUSSION: The results of the dedication explain the dynamics of the mentoring process, including the various activities carried out and forms of technical action or program action to solve community problems. At the same time, the Discussion of the service's results includes theoretical discussions relevant to the findings of the mentoring results. The length of exposure to results and Discussion is 75-85% of the article's total length. If the results are separate from the Discussion, the Results section presents the research results without having to discuss them; then, the Discussion will be carried out in the Discussion. Start systematically writing results. Do not serve images from table data (use only one).

CONCLUSION: Reflection on the results of assistance and recommendations. The conclusion/closing section contains research findings in the form of answers to research questions or in the form of a summary of the results of the Discussion. Conclusions are presented in the form of paragraphs. The conclusion is not "copy and paste" from the Discussion.

ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS: Acknowledgments are placed before the bibliography. In the thank-you note, it is necessary to mention the funding agency (along with the contract number) as documentation. Recognition of significant contributions of individuals or institutions in conducting research and writing.

REFERENCE: Write a reference list according to the rules of the Turabian Style. Space 1, between references, there is a distance. (Each Reference must be footnoted in Turabian 8th style) ( Please click here for the footnote style (Modern Humanities research association) and bibliography.