TAPIS: Jurnal Penelitian Ilmiah is a periodical scientific research, literature review or article , report experiences of best practices. TAPIS journal published twice a year, the first issue in June the second issue in December.
1. Articles must be original (not plagiarism) and has never been published in another journal. If ever presented in the form of seminars, workshops, etc., say the name of the activity.
2. Articles are written by a program Microsoft Word to the top, A4 size paper, page margins: top 4 cm, left 3 cm, bottom 3 cm, and right 3 cm, typed with 1,5 density spacing, font Book Antiqua 11 (Title 12, footnote 9).
3. Please submit your manuscript file as a Microsoft Word extension Document (DOC) only.
4. Title and Abstract write in Indonesian and English, content manuscript can be written in Indonesian or English.
For Online Submission, please LOGIN first or call the Journal Manager.
For the June issue of the articles can be delivered starting in January - April, editing will be done in May.
For the December issue article can be sent in July - October, editing will be done in November.
The article goes into the desk editors selected by the editor. Articles can be accepted without repair, refurbishment accepted, or rejected, and the article is rejected is not returned unless requested by the author.
STRUCTURE OF PAPER
The length of the manuscript is around 12-18 pages.
Articles are written by systematic and the following provisions.
1. Title (in Indonesian or English): written in a concise and informative, maximum 20 words (single-spaced, Bold, Center, Book Antiqua 12, UPPERCASE) should reflect the substance of the variables described in the article body.
2. Name of Author: without titles, the author can be an individual or a team (Capitalize Each Word, Book Antiqua 11).
3. Affiliation: name of the institution (Capitalize Each Word, Book Antiqua 11).
4. E-mail Address, which is located under the author's name (Book Antiqua 11, italic).
5. Abstract (in Indonesian and English): the length of 75-250 word, abstracts written in one paragraph includes: scientific review article consists of a discussion of the core issues and substantially while the results of the research article consist of goals, methods, and results. The abstract is single-spaced and Italic for English.
6. Keywords: terms that reflect the essence of the concept within the scope of the problem may consist of several pieces of terms.
THE BODY OF MANUSCRIPT
1. Research Article consist of an A. INTRODUCTION, B. METHODS, C. RESULTS AND DISCUSSION and D. CONCLUSIONS.
2. Review Article consist of an A. INTRODUCTION (preliminary scientific study) that shows the problems and framework of analysis, sub-subtitle that contains the B. DISCUSSION and C. CONCLUSIONS.
3. Reference / Bibliography: use Chicago Manual of Style 16th edition (full note) citation rules, cultivated from a primary source, and if it comes from the most current cultivated journals (3-5 years) and just acknowledgment of the source designated in the article body. Instead, the name that is referenced in the body must exist in the bibliography. Second row to the right of the entrance 7 letter. Here are some examples of writing a bibliography of several types of sources. Recommended to use Citation Software Ex. Mandeley, Zotero etc.
GUIDELINES FOR CONTRIBUTORS OF RESEARCH NOTES
The Research Notes section provides a means for educational researchers to communicate with one another about their research-in-progress. The Research Notes are also a useful means for reporting on smaller research projects that have one or two findings of particular interest but do not warrant full-article treatment.
The Note should report briefly on the author's/authors' research-in-progress or recently completed research and should feature work that has not been reported elsewhere in journal publications. This current work should be situated, briefly, in the context of other pertinent scholarship, including the author's or authors' related research. The focus of the Note could be either a specific study or an overview of an ongoing line of inquiry where fuller reporting of results will not occur in print for some time.
The maximum length for a Research Note is 1,000 words, excluding references and one or two tables or graphs. To encourage communication between researchers, authors of Research Notes are asked to provide contact information including a one-line biography, full mailing address, E-mail, fax, and/or telephone numbers for publication with each Note. This biography and contact information should be included in the document file submitted and Not abstract is required.
Submissions to Research Notes will be reviewed for readability, rationale, clarity, logic, organization, length, and adherence to all TAPIS guidelines. Any submission that is judged to meet these criteria will be published as soon as possible. Any submission that is judged to require revisions according to the criteria outlined will not be published, and revisions will not be invited as the Notes must be current if they are to serve the purposes identified.
Please submit your research note electronically as a Microsoft Word through the submission feature of TAPIS Journal.
Example of Body of Manuscript and Reseach Note Download Here
GUIDELINES FOR CONTRIBUTORS OF REVIEW ARTICLE
Studies restricted to the fields of Islamic or Education. Studies performed must have the novelty of useful information for the development of science. Manuscript articles can be written in Indonesian or English is recomended. The length of the manuscript of no more than 5000 words. The next order of writing seen on the Contributors Guidelines of Research.
CORRECTIONS AND RETRACTIONS
In certain cases when there is a serious error or suspected violations, TAPIS will publish a correction and retraction.
In the case of serious errors that affect the article by way of material (but not completely cancel the results), or significantly interfere with the reader's understanding or evaluation of the article, TAPIS publish corrections records related to the published article. This article is published will be left unchanged.
In accordance with the "Retaction Guideline" by the Committee on Publication Ethics (COPE) TAPIS will retract a published article if:
1. there is clear evidence that the findings are unreliable, either as a result of misconduct (e.g. data fabrication) or honest error (e.g. miscalculation);
2. the findings have previously been published elsewhere without proper crossreferencing, permission or justification (i.e. cases of redundant publication);
3. it constitutes plagiarism;
4. it reports unethical research.
An article which is pulled by issuing revocation notices associated with or replace the article withdrawn. TAPIS will make every effort to clearly identify an article drawn like that.
If an investigation is underway which may result in the revocation of an article TAPIS can choose to remind readers to publish an expression of concern.