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Instructions for Contributors
- The submitted manuscript is an original work and has never been published or is in the process of publication in other journals.
- It can be conceptual studies, an excerpt of research, including empirical research and theory relevant to Islamic affiliated educational institutions. The topics of the journal cover the micro, meso, and macro levels of Islamic education.
- It is written in Arabic / English in accordance with the standard of scientific papers;
- The length of the manuscript is between 6000 to 10000 words; A4 size paper with double spacing, using Garamond Style font and font size 13;
- The manuscript is submitted through the website of Syamil Journal of Islamic Education Thought by first logging into the system; or by sending it as an e-mail attachment in the Microsoft word format which is addressed to the editorial board at email@example.com.
- Submitted manuscript must include title, author name, abstract in English, and keywords;
- Abstract is written briefly, concisely and clearly, between 150-200 words that reflect: the problem (Issue), theory or supposed condition (Rule), argument or analysis (Argument), and Conclusion;
- Keywords can be words or phrases, a maximum of 5;
- The contents consist of the following headings: introduction, discussion (heading and sub-headings be adjusted to the need of each manuscript), and conclusions.
Footnotes and References:
- Citation use footnotes (Chicago manual of style) and should follow the format below:
Setiawan, Agus. Prinsip Pendidikan Karakter dalam Islam (Studi Komparasi Pemikiran al-Ghazali dan Burhanuddin al-Zarnuji), Dinamika Ilmu, 14 (1), 2014
Nada, Dabbagh dan Brenda B. Ritland, B.B. Online Learning: Concepts, Strategies, and Application. New Jersey, USA: Merril Prentice Hall, Pearson Education Inc, 2005.
Darmawan, Deni. Pengembangan E-learning Teori dan Desain. Bandung: Remaja Rosdakarya, 2016.
Daryanto, dan Syaiful Karim. Pembelajaran Abad 21. Yogyakarta: Gava Media, 2017.
Duke, C. Managing the Learning University. Singapore: Sage Pub, 2002.
Effendi, Hansi. “Model Blended learning Interaktif Berbasis Web Mata Kuliah Mesin-Mesin Listrik di Fakultas Teknik.” Disertasi, Universitas Negeri Padang, 2015.
Fauzan, Rahman. “Karakteristik Model Dan Analisa Peluang-Tantangan Industri 4.0.” PHASTI 4, no. 01 (25 Mei 2018): 1–11.
Garrison, D. Randy, dan Norman D. Vaughan. “Institutional change and leadership associated with blended learning innovation: Two case studies.” The Internet and Higher Education, Blended Learning in Higher Education: Policy and Implementation Issues, 18 (1 Juli 2013): 24–28.
Graham, C. R. Blended learning System: Definition, Current Trends, and the Future direction, In C.J. Bonk & C. Graham (Eds). The Handbook of Blended Learning: Global Perspectives, Local Design. San Francisco, CA: Pfeiffer, 2005.
Hamad, Mona M. “Blended learning Outcome vs Traditional Learning Outcome.” International Journal on Studies in English Language and Literature (IJSELL) 3, no. 4 (2015).
Conference paper: Alfitri, "The Constitutional Court Decision in Siyasa Shar`iyya Framework: Reviews These Decisions Can be regarded as the Interpretation of Islamic Law in Indonesia?" paper presented in the 14th Annual International Conference on Islamic Studies, organized by IAIN Samarinda and Diktis MORA RI, 21-24 November 2014.
- Repeated citation use only the author's last name, a short title books/articles, and pages. Example: Hazarin, Tujuh Serangkai, p. 75; Alfitri, "Religious Liberty," p. 19;
- For subsequent citation use Ibid. if the page is the same, or Ibid. h. 10, if the page is different;
- The references should be included at the end of the article and arranged alphabetically in which the author's last name is placed in the front. Example: Syaifuddin, Muhammad, Contract Law, Bandung: Mandar CV Maju 2012.
We recommend you to use referencing manager applications such as Zotero, Mendeley, and so forth.
Arabic romanization should be written as follows:
Letters: ’, b, t, th, j, ḥ, kh, d, dz, r, z, s, sh, sy, ṣ, ḍ, ṭ, ẓ, ‘, gh, f, q, l, m, n, h, w, y. Short vowels: a, i, u. long vowels: ā, ī, ū. Diphthongs: aw, ay. Tā marbūṭā: t. Article: al-. For detailed information on Arabic Romanization, please refer to the transliteration system of Syamil Journal Guidelines. Arabic transliteration guideline is available for download here.