Author Guidelines

Writing System:

  • Title: The Title of Article [Times New Roman (TNR) 16 pt, Bold, Capitalize Each Word, Line Spacing 1.15, Align text left]. The title reflects the main topic of the article. The title should be simple, concise, and informative in a sentence-case format. The title consists of a maximum of 20 words. Avoid using titles with parenthesis openings (_);
  • Author’s name: complete name without an academic title [TNR 12 pt, Line Spacing 1.15, Bold], write the institution/affiliation, address of institution/ affiliation [TNR 11 pt, Line Spacing 1.15];
  • Abstract: Abstracts should be short, interesting, simple, and easy to understand. The abstract is written in one paragraph with a single space and the maximum length is 200 words. The abstract must be straightforward and contain four aspects of logical reasoning such as the importance of the research or methods used, the result of the research, and the conclusion. The abstract also always included keywords. Abstrak must be the same as abstract but in a different language in English and Bahasa;
  • Keywordskeyword one; keyword two; keyword three (max. five keywords) in English;
  • Introduction: The introduction is written with a TNR of 12 pt, Line Spacing 1.15. This section contains (sequentially) situation analysis/ background, issue formulation, objectives, and benefits of community service.
  • Literature Review:  The literature review section contains a summary of theoretical studies related to how community development is carried out or in the form of studies related to research and/ or community service activities that have been carried out previously. In this section, there must be a citation from the results of research or other community services that strengthen the importance of this community service activity [TNR of 12 pt, Line Spacing 1.15];
  • MethodThis section contains the problem-solving framework, implementation, target, and used method. The research method must describe the method used to carry out research/ community service. Examples of methods: a) ABCD (Asset Based Community Development), community service that starts from the assets or potential of the community, b) Diffusion of Appropriate Technology, research, or service activities that produce products for the target community, c) Training, lectures or socialization activities accompanied by demonstrations or pilots to produce certain skills, d) Mediation, activities that show the executor as a mediator in solving problems that exist in the community, e) Advocacy, for example, activities in the form of mentoring the target group. Can also use other commonly used methods [TNR of 12 pt, Line Spacing 1.15];
  • Results and Discussion: This section contains the results of what has been obtained in community service implementation and then discussed with various references. The results of community service must be able to complete or provide an explanation of the questions raised in the introduction. The use of bullets and numbering should be avoided and replaced with descriptive sentences in the form of paragraphs [TNR of 12 pt, Line Spacing 1.15];
  • Conclusions: Presenting conclusions and suggestions submitted by researchers. The conclusion should be the answers research objectives. The conclusion should not contain a repetition of research results and discussions, and it should instead contain a summation of research results and findings as expected in the research objective or hypothesis. The suggestions should present matters that will subsequently be conducted about the research’s ensuing concepts [TNR of 12 pt, Line Spacing 1.15];
  • ReferencesAt least 80% bibliography and references must come from primary reference sources (national/international journals and proceedings) and published in the last 10 years to explain research progress. Written with TNR 12pt, Line Spacing1.0, and Spacing After 6pt. The style used is the 6th APA (American Psychological Association) and we recommend using reference management, such as Mendeley, Zotero, EndNoteetc. The following is an example of writing a bibliography;

Abidin, H. Z., Andreas, H., Gumilar, I., Siddiq, T. P., & Fukuda, Y. (2013). Land Subsidence in Coastal City of Semarang (Indonesia): Chracteristics, Impacts and Causes. Geomatics, Natural Hazards and Risk, 4(3), 226-240.

Handayani, S. R., & Beta, N. (2018). Penerapan Metode Promethee Dalam Menentukan Prioritas Penerima Kredit. Jurnal Masyarakat Informatika, 9(2), 1-9.

Permen PUPR. (2015). Peraturan Menteri Pekerjaan Umum dan Perumahan Rakyat No. 12 Tahun 2015 tentang Eksploitasi dan Pemeliharaan Jaringan Irigasi. Jakarta: Kementerian Pekerjaan Umum dan Perumahan Rakyat Republik Indonesia.

Terzaghi, K., & Peck, R. (1967). Soil Mechanics in Engineering Practice, 2nd Edition. New York: John Willey.

Wibowo, R. S., Wardoyo, W., & Edijatno. (2017). Strategi Pemeliharaan Jaringan Irigasi Daerah Irigasi Belimbing. Surabaya: Program Magister, Bidang Keahlian Manajemen Aset Infrastruktur, Jurusan Teknik Sipil, Institut Teknologi Sepuluh Nopember.

Yuwono, B., Abidin, H. Z., Gumilar, I., Andreas, H., Awaluddin, M., Haqqi, K. F., & Khoirunisa, R. (2016). Preliminary Survey and Performance of Land Subsidence in North Semarang Demak. The 5th International on Earthhazard and Disaster Mitigation, AIP Conference Proceedings 1730 (p. 060004-1-11). Bandung: AIP Publishing.

Notes: All figures, tables, and equations must be referred to in the paragraph before the figures, tables, and equations are shown. Use clear statements such as Figure 1, Table 1, Equation (1), and so on.