Author Guidelines

Please prepare your manuscript before submitting it, use the following guidelines and click this link to download the manuscript template.

Title

Title Written with Calisto MT Font, size 12pt, bold, UPPERCASE

1st Author, 2nd Author

1 Department, faculty, institution, country

2 Department, faculty, institution, country

1 Author nama@institution.co.id, 2 Author nama@institution.co.id

Titles should be clear and concise. Author's name and affiliation as written above. Authors' names are clearly written without titles.

Abstract [Use Calisto MT 10 Font]

Abstract is written in two languages, English and Indonesian, maximum 200 words. Abstract is written in Calisto MT 10, 1 space, 1 paragraph, printed straight for English abstract and Indonesian print and with one column format.

Keywords

keywords are written 3-5 words that are a subset of the paper title, written in lowercase letters except abbreviations, and separated by (;) in alphabetical order.

Example: Keywords: Socialization; training; digital marketing [maximum 5 keywords]

Manuscript Structure

The article should contain 1. introduction, 2. implementation method, 3. results and discussion, 4. conclusion, acknowledgments, bibliography. The subtitle uses Calisto MT 11 font in bold.

Introduction

The proportion of the introduction is 15-20% of the total manuscript. The introduction contains (in order) the background of the problem, a literature review of previous research or community service (state of the art) as the basis for a statement of scientific novelty of the article, a statement of scientific novelty (novelty) and an offer of solutions to the problems raised. At the end of the introduction, the purpose of the article study must be written. The introduction must contain quotations from relevant previous research or service results that strengthen the arguments and solutions offered. This section is written using Calisto MT font 11 regular, with a space of 1. The writing of each paragraph begins with a word that protrudes into 5 digits, or about 1 cm from the left edge of each margin column. To facilitate citation, use a reference manager application such as Mendeley, to avoid mistakes in citing and writing references at the end of the article. (Note: Referencing / citing / citation using APA 6th edition style)

Implementation Method

The method section contains the service design, service subject, instrument, data collection procedures, and data analysis (if any) presented in paragraph form. The methods used in completing the implementation of community service are written in this section. This section contains the target audience, activity location, methods used, activity evaluation, activity material. This section also contains a complete formation for readers if they want to do the same thing. The materials used must be described as to their origin and quantity. The method of work and data analysis must be written clearly and concisely. Modifications and work methods that have been published should mention the source and explain the modified part. In this section, one method can be used or a combination of several methods. Some examples of methods are as follows.

Community Education: used for activities such as a) in-house training; b) counseling that aims to increase understanding and awareness, and so on. Consultation: used for activities in which problems or needs in the community are resolved through synergism with universities. Diffusion of science and technology: used for activities that produce products for consumers. This section is written using Calisto MT font 11 regular, with 1 space.

Training: used for activities that involve a) counseling on the substance of activities accompanied by demonstrations or pilots for their realization, b) training in the operation of systems or equipment, c) formation of new entrepreneurial groups, d) provision of certified services to the community. Mediation: used for activities in which PPM implementers position themselves as mediators of the parties involved and jointly solve existing problems in the community. Science and Technology Simulation: used for activities whose main work is an information system or the like. This activity is intended to explain something that cannot be done in real life. Science and Technology Substitution: Used for activities that offer new science and technology that are more modern and efficient than old science and technology (science and technology in the form of TTG). Advocacy: Used for activities in the form of mentoring. Or other appropriate methods.

Results and Discussion

The service results section contains quantitative and qualitative findings from activities carried out in service activities in the form of data from questionnaires, questionnaires or others according to the method of implementing the service that has been carried out. The Discussion section contains discussion and analysis of the results of the service compared to theory, research and / or previous similar services. The proportion of discussion is 40-60% of the total manuscript. This section can be divided into several subchapters, but there is no need to include numbering.

Script Length

The writing margins are 2.54 cm (right, left, top, bottom), the paper uses A4 size with a minimum number of pages of 8 pages, and a maximum of 10 pages, including tables and figures, and with reference to the writing procedures as compiled in this paper.

Table

Tables must be numbered in the order in which they are presented (Table 1, etc.). The title of the table is written above the table with a center-aligned position. The font size used is 10pt for both the table title and table contents. Tables must be referenced and referenced in the text. Tables do not use vertical lines

Image

Figures are numbered in the order in which they are presented (Fig. 1, etc.). The title of the figure is placed below the figure in a center justified position. The font used in the title of the image is 10pt. The figure should be referenced and referenced in the text.

An easy way to write a manuscript is to write directly on the Journal template.

References

All references referred to in the text of the article must be listed in the reference section. References must contain references from primary sources (scientific journals and account for at least 80% of the entire bibliography) published in the last 10 (ten) years. Each article contains at least 15 reference literatures. Writing references using reference management applications such as Mendeley. The writing format used is in accordance with the APA 6th Edition (American Psychological Association) format. Literature is arranged alphabetically, examples of writing sourced from books, books with editors, edited books, chapters / articles in edited books, online journals, printed journals, proceedings, theses, websites, government documents.

Winkel, W. S., & Hastuti, M. S. (2005). Guidance and counseling in educational institutions. Yogyakarta: Media Abadi. → Books

Maher, B. A. (Ed.). (1964-1972). Progress in experimental personalityresearch (6 vols.). New York: Academic Press. →Books with editors

Capra, F. (1999). The turning point of civilization (M. Thoyyibi, Trans.). Yogyakarta: Bentang Budaya Foundation. (The Turning Point: Science, Society, and the rising culture. Original work published 1982). →Translated book

McCabe, D. (2005). Cheating: Why students do it and how we can help them stop. In A. Lathrop, K. Foss (Eds.), Guiding students from cheating and plagiarism to honesty and integrity: Strategies for change (pp. 237-246). USA: Libraries Unlimited. → Chapters/articles in edited books

Panis, I. C., Dewa, E., & Ki'i, O. A. (2024). Training on Strengthening the Ability to Assess Minimum Competencies (AKM) in the Classroom at SMPK Rosa Mystica. Berbakti: Journal of Community Service, 1(3), 304-311. → Online journal

Tentama, F., Pranungsari, D., & Tarnoto, N. (2017). Empowerment of Yogyakarta street children community through role play. Journal of Community Service, 2(1), 11-18.→ Online journal

Andriyanto, R, E., Widiastuti, R., & Yusmansyah. (2017). Analysis of the level of achievement of student career development tasks and its implications for counseling services. Journal of Community Service, 1(2), 227-234. → Print journal

Wilkinson, R. (1999). Sociology as a marketing feast. In M. Collis, L. Munro, & S. Russell (Eds.), Sociology for the new millennium. Paper presented at The Australian Sociological Association, Monash University, Melbourne, December 7-10 (pp. 281-289). Churchill: Celts. → Proceedings

Makmara. T. (2009). Persuasive speech of salespeople in Indonesian: An ethnographic study of communication.(Unpublishedmaster's thesis)State University of Malang, Malang, Indonesia. → Thesis

United Arab Emirates architecture. (n.d.). Retrieved June 17, 2010, from UAE Interact website: http://www.uaeinteract.com/ →Website

Minister of Transportation of the Republic of Indonesia. (1992). Three laws: Railways, traffic, and aviation road transportation 1992. Jakarta. EkoJaya. → Government Documents