Author Guidelines

General Author Guidelines

  1. The Manuscript should be written in Indonesian or English and should be original, unpublished, and not under review for possible publication in any other journals.
  2. The Manuscript may take the form of research, and case studies.
  3. The manuscript was submitted via the website:
  4. The Manuscript should be prepared according to the following author guidelines and Template. The writing template can be downloaded here
  5. Submitted manuscripts should have relevance and contribute something to the management of Islamic education. The article structure consists of an Introduction, Methods, Results and Discussion, and a Conclusion.

Structure of The Manuscripts

The Manuscript that will be submitted in this journal should contain:

  1. Information of article: Title: no more than 14 words; Author(s) name is fully written without any title,  Institution, email address
  2. Abstract: Abstracts submitted to Edureligia: Journal of Islamic Religious Education must be clear, concise, and descriptive, using English, consisting of 150-250 words. The abstract contains the background of the problem, research objectives, research methods, research results, and conclusions and implications. This section is separate from the article, single-spaced, Antiqua Book 10, single-spaced.
  3. Introduction: This document is a template for the Word version (.doc) used as a reference in writing the manuscript. The entire manuscript is written using single space and the Book Antiqua MS 12 font type. Every manuscript submitted is free from plagiarism with a tolerance of 20%. It is recommended that manuscripts be submitted using indirect citations via the Mendeley application with American Psychological Association (APA) 6th Edition style. This section contains the background, research problems, a gap in theory, a summary of relevant previous research, and research objectives without sub-headings and numbering. The submitted article is the author's original work that has not been previously published in other scientific journals or books. Articles published in this journal must conform to the article format, which is the style of this journal.
  4. Research MethodThe research method describes the research design, population, sample (research objectives), data collection techniques, and data analysis techniques. Qualitative research with case studies, phenomenology, and others presents the research location, the presence of researchers, research subjects, informants, and techniques to collect research data, as well as a description of the technical analysis of research data. Whereas in quantitative research, it is necessary to present the population, samples, and data analysis techniques. 
  5. Result and Discussion: Researchers need to inform some critical (original) field data obtained from interviews, observations, questionnaires, surveys, documents, and other data collection techniques. The findings are presented in full and are related to the research scope determined and supported by theories relevant to the research findings. Results can be supplemented with tables, figures, graphs, and/or diagrams. Tables and graphs and/or diagrams are numbered using numbers. Figure captions and figure numbers are placed after the related figure, while table captions and table numbers are placed before the related table, The lines in the table are just horizontal lines; no vertical lines are needed
  6. Conclusion: The conclusion summarizes the findings and discussion, presented briefly, narratively, and conceptually. Avoid using bullets and numbering. The author's conclusions and recommendations are given in this section and provide implications from this research, which can then be followed by suggesting further studies relevant to other researchers.
  7. References: Citations and references use the American Psychological Association (APA) 7th Edition style, using Mendeley reference management and references from the last five years. Journal references 90%, Proceedings 5%, and books 5%.