Submit a Paper
JIE welcomes practical and research manuscripts that focus on educational issues, provide a clear purpose and depth of discussion, and are presented in a straightforward style accessible to an international audience.
Papers should be submitted to the JIE submission email address as below, with a covering email clearly stating the name, address and affiliation of the corresponding author. Paper submissions are accepted only in MS Word. Each paper will be provided with a paper ID for further reference.
Submission email address
- 이메일 JIE@internationalcollege.com
- The manuscript should be submitted with complete layout styles, images and tables correctly positioned in the text and should be incorporated in a single Microsoft Word file.
- The filename should follow the format: author’s family email@example.com.
- Manuscript title must fit on two lines only, Times New Roman font, size 14, bolded
- Manuscripts should be approximately between 2-5 pages (for short academic write ups) and a maximum of 20 pages (for research paper) of A4-sized paper.
- Specific page margin on all sides: 1”. Use single spacing.
- Follow the detailed Manuscript Style of the JIE journal.
The Issue of Bias
Avoid stereotyping on the basis of gender, race, or age. Accordingly
- choose gender-neutral terms, such as sports person rather than sportsman
- describe the person, not the disability: for example a person with visual impairment rather than a visually impaired person
Manuscripts should use the following content structure
- Ⅰ. Introduction
- Ⅱ. Related Literature
- Ⅲ. Methodology
- Ⅳ. Results
- Ⅴ. Discussion
- Ⅵ. Conclusion and Recommendation
The manuscript should
- show the article's title, author’s name, and affiliation in center text
- include an abstract in italicized text that should not exceed 250 words (for research paper)
- include 3-5 keywords, terms or phrases describing the article to assist searching
- use Times New Roman font, size 12 for all text, main headings should be all caps, bolded, first-tier subheadings should be bolded, and second-tier subheadings should be bolded italicized
- use a bolded, Times New Roman font, size 12 for table titles and size 10 for table numbers and text.
- should have the first sentence of every paragraph indented by tapping the space bar five times.
- use a ‘references’ style format, which provides a hanging indent, for the reference list.
- comply with the modified APA referencing system.
- should include page numbers in the text (even number upper left and odd number upper right)
Diagrams should have a caption appearing directly beneath it on the same page, be numbered successively, and must be referred to in the text. An example of how to provide an annotation for a diagram of a figure is given in Figure 1
Figure 1. Example of a figure
- Use Table commands to produce tables.
- Tables should have a caption appearing above the table, be numbered successively, and be referred to in the text.
- Use table borders conservatively, generally only using horizontals.
Table 1. Student to Teacher Ratio
Enrollment in Local Colleges, 2015
|College||New students||Graduating students||Change|
Referencing must follow the updated APA reference style. To reference in the body of the manuscript, cite authors' last name and the year of publication in parentheses: for example, (Baker, 2019). When citing several authors within the same set of parentheses, use alphabetical order. Include only items cited in the text in the list of references.
Reference list entries should be alphabetized (no label such as book or journal) by the last name of the first author of each work. Remember to include a 6 point gap before the first reference (after the heading) under the Format menu in the Paragraph commands. References should be listed at the end of the paper.
Smith, M. (2015). Film Editing and the New York Method. International Journal of Film Editors, 75(3), 152–186.
Stagg, R. C., and Basco, R. R. (2010). Philosophical approaches to organized religion. San Francisco: American Philosophy Organization.
O’Flattery, J. M., and Matthews, J. (2013). Guide to American Business English. In B. R. Relick (Ed.), The parts of a business letter (pp. 188–208). Los Angeles: Geffner.
Dunne, Y., Trump, M. L., Doyle, W., and Kim, J.(2019). The ethics of meat consumption in developing countries. Retrieved from: American Nutrition Association. http://www.nutri.org/edu/other_res/lib_archives/archives/300904.pdf. Accessed 14 August 2016