Authors must carefully read the guidelines of the journal before submission. Articles may be rejected if not formatted as in the Template.
The title should be clear, brief, informative, and written in English with a maximum of 12 words. Abbreviations and formulas should be avoided.
The abstract is a shortened paper and should contain what the purpose of the research was, how the research was conducted, what the results were, and the significance of the results. The nonstandard abbreviation should be avoided. This section should not exceed 200-250 words.
The introduction should provide sufficient background information and the reasons why this research was important to investigate. This section also discusses the results and conclusions of previously published works and clearly establishes the focus and purpose of the literature review. It aims to explain why your present study is interesting and valuable.
The method should provide detailed information to allow the experiments to be repeated by others. In sum, this section provides all the methodological details that other researchers need to duplicate your work in the future. Please specify the research design, samples, research instruments, procedures, and data analysis in brief.
Results should present the main findings as concisely as possible. Please emphasize significant and interesting results. Please number the figures and tables in the order in which they are quoted in the text. This section can be organized into subheadings.
The discussion should be concise and provide an interpretation of the results in relation to previously published research. It aims to provide an interpretation of your results and support for your conclusions. Please present the implications of the findings for what practice has been studied to illustrate the implications for future studies.
The conclusion should emphasize the importance of the thesis statement, give a sense of completeness to the essay, and leave a deep impression on the readers.
Acknowledgments (if any).
Each reference should be cited in the text, and each text citation should be listed in the references section. References must be in alphabetical order by the first author. Please use APA 7 reference guide (https://apastyle.apa.org/) and use of a tool such as EndNote, Mendeley, or Zotero for reference management when preparing your paper. The examples of reference format are:
Drugova, E., Zhuravleva, I., Aiusheeva, M., & Grits, D. (2021). Toward a model of learning innovation integration: TPACK-SAMR based analysis of the introduction of a digital learning environment in three Russian universities. Education and Information Technologies, 26, 4925–4942. https://doi.org/10.1007/s10639-021-10514-2
Creswell, J. W., & Creswell, J. D. (2018). Research design (5th ed.). SAGE Publications.
Martin, A. (2006). Literacies for the digital age. In A. Martin & D. Madigan (Eds.), Digital literacies for learning (pp. 3–25). Facet.
Appendix (if any)
This section should be placed at the end of the manuscript after the reference list.
NOTE: Manuscripts not prepared according to the directions above will not be taken into consideration for publication in the JETI.