Author Guidelines


The title of a scientific article should be clear, concise, and descriptive, utilizing relevant keywords and avoiding exaggerations. Maintaining a formal language consistent with the targeted discipline is crucial, while adhering to journal style guidelines is also important. Review the title to ensure accuracy and precision before publication.


Purpose, in simple words tell readers about the aim of this research. Research methods, give name, brand, type of tools, methods, software, review, and survey that have been used to do this research. Results and discussion, write only main results and discussion in few words. A summary of your key findings. An explanation of why your findings and key message contribute to the field/s. No formula needed and avoid quotes and extensive references.  (maximum 250 words).


Keywords help readers find your article, so are vital for discoverability. If the journal instructions for authors don’t give a set number of keywords to provide, aim for five or six.


Authors should provide an adequate background, and  literature survey in order to record the existing solutions/method, to show which is the best of previous researches, to show the main limitation of the previous researches, to show what do you hope to achieve (to solve the limitation), and to show the scientific merit or novelties of the paper. Please follow this guide to show the level of the section headings in your article:

  1. First-level headings (e.g. Introduction, Conclusion) should be in bold, with an initial capital letter for any proper nouns.
  2. Second-level headings should be in bold italics, with an initial capital letter for any proper nouns.
  3. Third-level headings should be in italics, with an initial capital letter for any proper nouns.

Please DO NOT PUT LITERATURE REVIEW of different sub chapter. Authors can include the literature or previous research on Introduction. This is very important. After you provide brief introduction and the problem you want to study, you need to put previous researches (literature review) that had been done related to your research problem and how they are different from your research. This will lead to the novelties of your paper.


Present the materials, methods, survey, questionnaire etc. used for the study. Author should explain whether this study is experimental, or review study, or simulation based or sur-vey based. Discuss software, hardware’s used during study with their brand names. Mention all research conditions, assumptions, theories followed. This section should be easy enough for any reader to repeat the study under similar conditions.

Results and discussions
Results should be clear and concise. The results should summarize (scientific) findings rather than providing data in great detail. Present raw data here without comment, using tables and figures if this makes the data clearer. What answer was found to the research question; what did the study find? Was the tested hypothesis true?

The discussion should explore the significance of the results of the work, not repeat them. Comment on the data, referring to the literature (compare it to previous research) and pointing out similarities and differences, explaining these if possible. Return to the aim and re-search question and show how the aims have been met, and the research question answered.
In discussion, it is the most important section of your article. Here you get the chance to sell your data. What might the answer imply and why does it matter? How does it fit in with what other researchers have found? What are the perspectives for future research? Please compare to what other researchers have found.


Conclusion should be written in very clear words. It should xplain how the objectives of the study are accomplished.

All references should be in APA style and presented inside the main body of article. You should attach at least 15 references. Use Mendeley to write the references. The use of primary source for the references is strongly recommended. References from website should be avoided. Reference list entries should be alphabetized by the last names of the first author of each work. Journal names, conference name and book titles should be italicized. Exam-ple:

Paper in journal.
Li, S., & Seale, C. (2007). Learning to do qualitative data analysis: An observational study of doctoral work. Qualitative Health Research, 17(10), 1442–1452.

Paper in conference proceedings.
Author 1, A. A., & Author 2, B. (year). Title of article. Title of Conference, volume, page.
Bruner, J. (2000). Reading for possible worlds. Yearbook of the National Reading Conference, 49, 31–40.

Reference from book.
Author, A. A. (Year of publication). Title of work: Capital letter also for subtitle. City: Publisher Name.
Stoneman, R. (2008). Alexander the Great: A life in legend. USA: Yale University Press.