MANUSCRIPT SUBMISSION GUIDELINES

Manuscripts should be prepared as follows:

  1. All articles should be written in the English language. References to local geography idioms, politics, etc should be explained for understanding of audiences.
  2. Author should prepare manuscripts in accordance with the guidelines of the Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association (APA), (6th Ed.). Download
  3. Title page should include the full title, primary author's name, institutional affiliation if available, contact address, telephone number, fax number, and the E-mail addresses for future correspondence.
  4. Abstract of approximately 250 words, the text of the manuscript should be double-spaced. The author identification should not appear at anywhere in the manuscript other than on the title page.
  5. Manuscripts should be no longer than 20 double-spaced pages with Times New Roman 12, including references and figures.
  6. Make only left justify, refrain from right justification. Using uppercase for initial letter in each word for the title, use uppercase for the first initial word of the title.
  7. Use nondiscriminatory language.
  8. Include a letter stating that the manuscript is the author's original work that has not been published elsewhere, neither under consideration for publication elsewhere at the time it is submitted.
  9. Two hard copies of a manuscript are also required and sent to: HRD Journal, International Graduate Studies HRD Department, QS1 Building, Faculty of Education, Burapha University, Chonburi, 20131 THAILAND.
  10. Manuscript Assessment: Academic Assessment, Qualitative Assessment, Quantitative Assessment and Mixed Methods Assessment