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Submission Preparation Checklist

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.

Author Guidelines

Use Author Guideline with download from template by click this template


Use the provided templates to write articles. The template has detailed the defined style of article writing. Save articles in *.doc or *.docx format, so that the article editing process can be done easily for review and editing purposes.



Abstract is a summary of the writing. Abstract contains introduction, methods, results, and conclusions, as well as recommendations (if any). The number of words in the abstract is not more than 300 words.

Keywords are scientific terms that we often encounter in the field of related science articles and can be used as search keys to find articles. The number of keywords is 3 -5 words or phrases / phrases that are keywords in the article.



The writing format from the introduction, method, results and discussion, to the conclusion is to use 1 column, Times New Roman (TNR), 12pt, and 1.5 space between lines. Writing citations in Indonesian manuscripts is an example of a book citation (Rauf, 2015), for citations with two authors (Rauf and Sarbini, 2017), examples for three or more authors (Rauf et al., 2017). For texts in English, the method of writing citations is the same, but for the word "and" it is replaced with "and", for the word "et al" it is replaced with "et al".

The introduction contains the background and urgency of the research, as well as the research objectives. The research objectives are written at the end of the introduction. The most important thing to write is an explanation of the state of the art of the research conducted. Relevant research from primary sources or research results (not just textbooks) is very important as a reference as an explanation of the novelty of the research carried out. The latest data related to the research topic need to be displayed to strengthen the urgency of the research.



The research method must explain in detail the steps carried out so as to allow others to fully understand. If there is a new method applied in the research, it must be written down in detail. Details of research methods that must be included include the type and design of the research, the technique of determining the sample/research informant, the technique of collecting data, the research instrument, and the analysis of the research data. For experimental research results, in the method section, details of the main materials, main equipment, and research stages/methods/procedures are explained. Research involving animals or humans must explain that the research has obtained ethical approval by including the appropriate ethical clearance code.



The results and discussion sections become one part. The results section contains research data consisting of a description of the research location, characteristics of respondents, data from univariate and or, bivariate and or multivariate analysis. Data can be displayed in the form of tables or figures. The names of tables or figures are written sequentially according to the order in which they are displayed, for example Table 1, Table 2, Table 3, and so on. At the bottom of the table, you can add table information if needed. The resolution of the images displayed in the manuscript must be clear, both in color and in writing.

The author must discuss the results of the study through the interpretation of the data with various previous research results and supporting theories. In this section, the author must also include what contributions can be made from the research results that have been found. In addition, the impact of the results of future research needs to be included, as well as the potential for further research that can be carried out by the next researcher. If any research limitations are found, they can also be listed in this section.



At the end of the article can be written acknowledgment for people or institutions that have a large role in research. The concluding section contains a summary of the discussion points written in the article. Conclusions should be written in paragraph form, no need to use a number.



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All citations contained in the manuscript must be listed in the Bibliography. Writing articles must use a reference manager, such as Mendeley and others. Bibliography must come from primary sources (scientific journals at least 80% of the total bibliography) published in the last 10 (ten) years. References from international scientific journals must also exist as a form of the breadth of the sources used. Each manuscript contains a minimum of 15 (fifteen) reference bibliography. The bibliography is written in the American Psychological Association (APA) 6th Edition format. The bibliography is written in 1 space for each line. The bibliography is separated by a distance of 2 spaces.



Abidin, A. Z., Devi, C., & Adeline. (2013). Development of wet noodles based on cassava flour. Journal of Engineering and Technological Sciences, 45(1): 97–111.

Eriksson, E., Koch, K., Tortoe. C., Akonor. P. T., & Oduro-Yeboah, C. (2014).Evaluation of the physical and sensorycharacteristics of bread produced from three varieties of cassava and wheat composite flours. Food and Public Health, 4(5): 214–222.

Rauf, R. (2015). Kimia Pangan. Penerbit Andi, Yogyakarta.

Rauf, R., Sarbini, D., & Nurdiana. (2017). Physical and Sensory Characteristics of Bread From Composite Wheat and Cassava Flours with Optimum Fermentation and Proportional Water Volume. In The 3rd International Conference on Science, Technology and Humanity 2017. Solo, Indonesia, 118–127.


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