Author Guidelines

I. The Manuscript General Guidelines 

  1. Articles that will form part of community service activities following the scope and focus of the journal.
  2. The article has not been received or is not in the status that has been received (accepted) to be accepted.
  3. The article typed with size one spaced with Times New Roman font size 12 on quarto paper (A4) with margins are the left and right boundaries, and the top and bottom are 3.0 cm.
  4. Artikel is written in Indonesian, while the abstract is written in Indonesian and English using a variety of scientific languages.
  5. The article consists of 8-15 pages, including references and attachments
  6. The article attached to the writing of the article is written original work of its own and does not contain plagiarism elements.
  7. Artikel sent in softcopy using the Microsoft word application to Website OJS:http:/hilirisasi.lppm.unand.ac.id

 

II. The Guidelines for the Manuscript Body Text

A. TITLE

Written in Indonesian and English, the title of the article must be specific and practical, consisting of 15-20 words. The title is printed in capital letters, bolded with Times New Roman font 12, single-spaced.

B. WRITER'S NAME.

Written under the title without a title, may not be short, beginning with a capital letter, without starting with the word "by," the order of authors is the first author followed by the second, third and so on author accompanied by an email address and the name of the institution. The names of authors and agencies are written in Times New Roman font 11. Whereas email addresses use Times New Roman font 10.

They are written in Indonesian and English. The abstract consists of 200-250 words typed in 1 space, and it is described as the problem, method, and conclusion. Abstract words are bold. The abstract typeface is Times New Roman font 10, presented with the left and right-aligned, shown in one paragraph, and written without indenting (indent) at the beginning of the sentence.

C. KEYWORDS

They are written in Indonesian and English (each consisting of 3-5 words), which forms the core of the abstract description. Keywords are bold.

D. INTRODUCTION

It contains facts that motivate or inspire the implementation of community service activities that are factual and actual problems, problems, challenges, or community needs. Describe the issue, question, or basic needs in the community related to the target activity. Efforts that have been made by other parties. In this introduction, the sentence is concise, concise, and included with the objective of community service written at the end of the chapter.

E. METHODS

The method is implemented to solve problems, including analytic methods. The methods used in the problem solving are explained in this part.

F. RESULTS AND DISCUSSION

Explain and explain about:

  1. Terminology or model (for services, new skills, and socio-cultural engineering), dimensions, and specifications (for goods/equipment) that become the main output or focus of activities used as solutions provided to the community, both directly and indirectly.
  2. Documentation is relevant to services or goods to the outside or the main focus of community service activities (photos, tables, graphs, charts, pictures, etc.).
  3. Strengths and weaknesses of the outcome or main focus of the appeal activity can be seen from its suitability with the condition of the community at the location of the community service activities.
  4. Difficulty in implementing training, education, and advocacy, as well as the production of goods and opportunities.

 G. CONCLUSIONS AND RECOMMENDATIONS

Related to the meaning of the results of activities about;

  1. Answer from the purpose of the activity
  2. Expressing the appropriateness or appropriateness of the problem/need and agreed need/challenge, with the method applied.
  3. Expressing the impression and benefits of the activity.
  4. Invite suggestions for community service activities next.

 H. ACKNOWLEDGMENTS:  

All acknowledgments (if any) should be included at the very end of the paper before the references and may include supporting grants, presentations, and so forth.

 I. REFERENCES:

All the references used in the article must be listed in this part. In this part, all the used references must be taken from primary sources (scientific journals and the least number is 70% of all the references) published in the last ten years. Each article should have at least ten references. JHI bibliography style is using American Psychological Association (APA) style.

 J. GENERAL RULES OF WRITING NASKAH

  1. Each subtitle is written in Times New Roman font 12 and in bold.
  2. Alinea has just been written indented as many as seven words, between paragraphs without spaces.
  3. Foreign words are written in italics.
  4. All numbers are written with numbers, issued at the beginning of the sentence, and integers less than ten must be spelled.
  5. Tables and pictures must be given a clear description and given the serial number written in Times New Roman font, 10. For the title of the table written at the top of the table with a centered position (justified middle). While pictures are numbered in the order in which they are presented, for example, Figure 1, etc. The title of the image is placed under the image in the middle position (middle justified).