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1 for international scientific journal : tip and strategy Ratya Anindita Dekan FIB – Univ. Brawijaya Editorial Board of Greener Journal, Nigeria

2 TIDAK SULIT MENGAPA? SIAPA: SIAPAPUN YANG PERNAH MENULIS DI JURNAL NASIONAL SIAPAPUN YANG MAU MENULIS JURNAL BAGAIMANA ?

3 Ada tulisan yang sudah dipersiapkan Paper hasil penelitian  kualitas penelitian menentukan jurnal internasional yang dituju  bagaimana paper/artikel dapat diterima Jurnal yang dituju : jurnal yang memiliki reputasi internasional yang diakui DIKTI

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5 menerapkan OJS, Open Journal System penulis dan penyunting dari berbagai negara menerapkan single blind atau double blind reviewing penulis adalah pakar di bidangnya ditulis dalam bahasa resmi PBB

6 terdaftar di lembaga indeks bereputasi: - Google Scholar - DOAJ, Directory of Access Journals -Proquest, Copernicus -Eksevier/Scopus -Thomson Reuter

7 jurnal asing yang telah terindeks internasional → diakui bereputasi internasional jurnal asing yang belum terindeks internasional, ditetapkan oleh Tim Penilai Jurnal Ilmiah Bereputasi Internasional

8 tertinggi derajat pengakuan orang padanya (terakreditasi) terkuat pengaruhnya (bermakna vs tak terasa kehadirannya): sering diacu → ditunjukkan: impact factor terluas jangkauannya (bahasa internasional, on line) terlebar wawasannya (keglobalan vs asal penulis) terbaik kepionerannya (melulu hasil penelitian) terbanyak pembacanya (besar tiras, on line) tercepat pemerosesannya (panjang vs pendek antriannya) tersering frekuensi terbitnya (lama vs sebentar masa tunggunya)

9 The impact factor (IF) of an academic journal is a measure reflecting the average number of citations to recent articles published in the journal; It is frequently used as a proxy for the relative importance of a journal within its field, with journals with higher impact factors deemed to be more important than those with lower ones; Impact factors are calculated yearly for those journals that are indexed in the Journal Citation Reports. The impact factor was devised by Eugene Garfield, the founder of the Institute for Scientific Information.

10 In a given year, the IF of a journal is the average number of citations received per paper published in that journal during the two preceding years. For example, if a journal has an IF of 3 in 2008, then its papers published in 2006 and 2007 received 3 citations each on average in The 2008 IF of a journal would be calculated as follows: A = the number of times that articles published in 2006 and 2007 were cited by indexed journals during B = the total number of "citable items" published by that journal in 2006 and ("Citable items" are usually articles, reviews, proceedings, or notes; not editorials or letters to the editor.) 2008 IF of journal = A/B. Bagaimana jurnal di FIB?

11 ada perbedaan: fee format impact factor

12 Hati-hati dengan jurnal predator Jeffrey Bealls, 2014 mempublikasikan List of Predatory Publishers 2014

13 Fee berkisar antara 0 – lebih dari 700 US$ Check apakah ada impact factor Apakah online jurnal Editorial board Apakah terhubung dengan library Kalau tidak hati-hati akan membayar mahal dan mendapatkan jurnal yang tidak berkualitas

14 Pelajari dua tiga nomor terbitan terakhirnya Pahami guideline-nya Pahami persyaratan yang diminta Baca 3-4 artikel di dalamnya sambil membandingkannya dengan petunjuknya..... dan mulailah menulis untuk menyiapkan naskah

15 Artikel untuk jurnal: non plagiarism dan memuat kebaruan (novelty) Plagiarism: tindakan secara sengaja atau tidak sengaja dalam memperoleh atau mencoba memperoleh kredit atau nilai suatu karya ilmiah dengan mengutip sebagian atau seluruh karya dan/atau karya ilmiah pihak lain yang diakui sebagai karya ilmiahnya, tanpa menyatakan sumber secara tepat dan memadai. Guideline ikuti sepenuhnya. Setiap jurnal memiliki format penulisan yang berbeda. Kesalahan format yang diinginkan seringkali jadi penyebab langsung ditolaknya naskah artikel Ketaatan langsung pada konvensi bidang ilmu yang dianut jurnal Mintalah rekan lain untuk membaca draft naskah + mengkritisinya

16 Baca sekali lagi naskah ―perbaiki kesalahan-kesalahan minor karena masalah spelling, salah ketik atau karena disebabkan terubahnya format di dalam word processor oleh proses editing, mis. tabel yang terpotong karena page break, halaman bergeser, dlsb.; Pelajari bagaimana mengoperasikan OJS; penyimpangan kecil atas prosedur OJS dapat menyebabkan naskah ditolak komputer ―tahapan ini merupakan desk evaluation awal atas “sosok administratif” naskah yang masuk;

17 The steps toward publication: doing research ◄ write manuscript ◄ submit ◄ editor sends to review ◄ returned manuscript ◄ with reviews ◄ revise ◄ published ◄

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19 Penyuntingan pengaturan, perbaikan isi dan gaya naskah agar selaras dengan pola penyajian yang dibakukan oleh jurnal ilmiah dilakukan oleh: redaksi/editor→ sosok fisik dan formast naskah mitra bestari, reviewer→ menyangkut: content ilmiah naskah Semua naskah wajib melalui proses penyuntingan Penyuntingan mengacu pada butir-butir telaah

20 Naskah baru atau orisinil? Pernahkah diterbitkan Tema sesuai dg jurnal yang dituju? Pengetahuan penulis komprehensif? Pustaka mutakhir dan lengkap? Metode dan pendekatan memadai? Semua bagian perlu diterbitkan? Kerangka susunan naskah sesuai?

21 The Element of a Scientific Article

22 Title Author name(s) and address(es) Abstract Introduction Main body of manuscript : methods, result, discussion Conclusion/Summary Acknowledgments References Cited Illustrations and Figure captions Tables

23 The title provides the first impression to the reader, so selecting the most appropriate title requires some thought. The title influences whether a reader is interested in reading the manuscript. The title should include all essential words in the right order such that the topic of the manuscript is accurately and fully conveyed (e.g. clearly related to the purpose of the study) (Rudestam and Newton, 1992). Avoid long titles (the recommended length is words) and those which begin with redundant words such as “A study of…” The Element of a Scientific Article Title

24 The Element of a Scientific Article Author name(s) and address(es) include all information about authorship: author and co-author names ownership ―representing address of the institution where the research conducted ―for correspondence purposes

25 The Element of a Scientific Article Abstract a brief summary (of specified word limit) of the content of the manuscript provide the highlights from the introduction, methods, results, discussion and conclusions; usually written as one or two paragraphs the text flows and does not resemble a collection of disjointed sentences; the choice of words should be simple, jargon avoided and abbreviations omitted except for standard units of measurement and statistical terms; citations are not usually included; excessive detail such a long lists of variables, large amounts of data or an excessive number of probability (p) values is not acceptable; the trick to producing a clear abstract is to provide just enough detail to demonstrate that the design of the study was good and that the evidence of the answer to the question is strong.

26 The Element of a Scientific Article Keywords most journals require the author to identify three or four key words which represent the major concept of the paper; keywords are used for indexing purposes

27 The Element of a Scientific Article Introducti0n

28 The Element of a Scientific Article Introducti0n The content of the introduction (cont.)

29 The Element of a Scientific Article Methods This section is descriptive. The main consideration is to ensure that enough detail is provided to verify the findings and to enable replication of the study by an appropriately trained person. Information should be presented, using the past verb tense, in chronological order. Sub-headings should be used, where appropriate. Reference may be made to a published paper as an alternative to describing a lengthy procedure. The content of the methods

30 The Element of a Scientific Article Methods The content of methods....

31 The Element of a Scientific Article Methods The content of methods (cont.)....

32 The Element of a Scientific Article Result The function of the result are -to report the results (past verb tense) of the procedures described in the methods; and -to present the evidence, that is the data (in the form of text, tables or figures), that supports the results. It is important to plan which results are important in answering the question and which can be left out. Include only results which are relevant to the question(s) posed in the introduction irrespective of whether or not the results support the hypothesis(es). After deciding which results to present, attention should turn to determining whether data are best presented within the text or as tables or figures.

33 The Element of a Scientific Article Result (cont.) Confusion sometimes arises as to the difference between results and data. Results statements provide the message, that is, they interpret the data. Data rarely stand alone, they are facts, often numbers, which may be presented in their raw form, summarized (e.g. means) or transformed (e.g. percentages, ratios) (Zeiger, 1991).

34 The Element of a Scientific Article Discussion The discussion should be considered as the heart of the paper and invariably requires several attempts at writing (Portney and Watkins, 1993). It serves to answer the question(s) posed in the introduction, explain how the results support the answers and how the answers fit in with existing knowledge on the topic (Zeiger, 1991). This is the main section in which the author can express his/her interpretations and opinions, for example how important the author thinks the results are, the author’s suggestions for future research and the clinical implications of the findings (Portney and Watkins, 1993).

35 The Element of a Scientific Article Discussion The content of the discussion is outlined as follows

36 The Element of a Scientific Article Conclusion This section should comprise a brief statement of the major findings and implications of the study. It is not the function of this section to summarise the study; this is the purpose of the abstract. New information must not be included in the conclusions.

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