The Ed-Humanistics Journal accepts research articles in the field of education that have never been published and are not in the process of being evaluated by other journals.
The manuscript is typed using the Microsoft Word program with two columns, Times New Roman font size 11 pt, and single spacing. Use A4 paper with the top, bottom, left, and right borders each 3 cm apart. Articles are typed in Bahasa or English. Articles are written 5–12 pages long in left-aligned format.
Make sure the manuscript is plagiarism-free. Authors are advised to use the Mendeley reference manager tool.
Systematic articles consist of: title, identity (name without title, institution, and email address), abstract accompanied by keywords, introduction, methods, results and discussion, conclusion, and bibliography.
Title: The title must be short, factual, and informative, accurately reflecting the contents of the manuscript. The title consists of a maximum of 14 words. The title describes the subject of the text, is clear, and does not have multiple interpretations.
Abstract: The abstract must be stated briefly (minimum 150 words and maximum 200 words) by writing the importance of the research, objectives, summary of methods (subject, instrument, data collection procedures, or data analysis), and research results or findings.
Introduction (Pendahuluan): The introduction must show the innovation and/or novelty that the author has created through gap analysis. The research objective should be significant and clearly stated in the introduction.
Method (Metode): The method used to achieve the objectives must be explained precisely, systematically, and in detail by at least explaining the research design used, the reasons for using that design, the research subjects (if possible, accompanied by demographic information), the research instruments and the reasons for using the instruments, the data collection procedures carried out, and the data analysis techniques used to obtain findings.
Results and Discussion (Hasil dan Pembahasan): Presentation of Graphics, Tables, and Figures: Everything must have a title and be in good format, including sources and references in the text or paragraph.
Conclusion (Simpulan): Conclusions are explained descriptively, not numbered and bulleted. The conclusion must answer the problem formulation or research question that has been asked. Conclusions are the result of abstracting the contents of the article with answers to problem formulations or research questions rather than taking sentences on the research results or discussion as a whole.
Bibliography (Daftar Pustaka): only contains sources referred to in the text. 80% of the reference sources used are primary sources such as scientific journals or research reports and are publications from the last 10 years following APA style 6th rules.