The author must send the manuscript online by first registering as an author on this website.
For every submitted article, the author is obliged to follow the terms and conditions in accordance with Style Guide of Risda.
INSTRUCTIONS FOR AUTHORS OF RISDA
- Articles are conceptual writings or the results of Islamic science research in various scopes of Risda studies, which include: Study of Al-Quran and Hadith on Education, History of Islamic Education, Islamic Education Policy, Islamic Educational Methods, Politics of Islamic Education, Philosophy of Islamic Education, Psychology of Islamic Education, Islamic Education Management, Curriculum of Islamic Education, Comparative Islamic Education, Islamic Education and Science, Nusantara Islamic Education, Pesantren Education, Islamic Education and Social Transformation, Leadership of Islamic Education, Figure of Islamic Education, Gender and Islamic Education, Innovation of Islamic Education, and Islamic Thought.
- The article is an original work and has never been published in another journal (scientific periodical) or an anthology book.
- Articles are written in standard writing style with 1.5 lines spacing in Papers A4. Margin 3 cm (top, left, bottom, right), 15-20 pages in length, font Californian FB size 12 px.
- All manuscripts must be submitted in Microsoft® Word, be typewritten in English or Indonesia, be typewritten the references using Mendeley or Zotero and please cited the articles in high indexing (Scopus, Clarivate Analytics Web of Science) and also in a national accredited journal or indexed by Sinta, be written in objective third person point of view throughout (Use “the authors” or “the researchers” not “I” or “we”).
- The research article contains: (a) title, (b) researcher identity (name, affiliation, email) (c) abstract, (d) keywords, (e) introduction (problem, objectives, and benefits), (f ) methods, (g) results and discussion, (h) conclusions and suggestions, and (i) bibliography.
- Conceptual articles or ideas contain: (a) title, (b) author identity (name, affiliation, email), (c) abstract, (d) keywords, (e) introduction, (f) content/discussion, (g) ) closing, and (h) bibliography.
- Include an abstract in two languages (Indonesian and English) with a maximum of 200 words with a single spacing, font size 11 px; in each abstract followed by keywords 3-7 words.
- Writing references using the footnote not on note, in note, and or end note, using the Mendeley or Zotero application using the Chicago Manual of Style 16th Edition Citations style.
- Writing articles in this journal uses the following Arabic-Indonesian transliteration guidelines: ب ,(’) ء (b), ت (t), ث (th), ج (j), ح (ḥ), خ (kh), د (d), ذ (dh), ر (r), ز (z), س (s), ش (sh), ص (ṣ), ض (ḍ), ط (ṭ), ظ (ẓ),(‘)ع غ(gh), ف (f), ق (q), ك (k), ل (l), م (m), ن (n), و (w), هـ (h), ء (’) ى (y). To show the sound of long life (madd), you do this by writing horizontal scribbles (macron) above the letters, such as â, î, and û. ( ا,ي , and و). Arabic double vowel sounds (diphthong) are transliterated by combining the two letters ay and aw, such as layyinah, lawwâmah. Words ending in tâ' marbûṭah and functioning as sịfah (modifier) or muḍâf ilayh are transliterated with ah, while those that function as muḍâf are transliterated with at.
- The Reference List only contains references that are actually referenced in the article.
Author Guidelines, Format PDF.