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Submission Preparation Checklist

As part of the submission process, authors are required to check off their submission's compliance with all of the following items, and submissions may be returned to authors that do not adhere to these guidelines.
  • The submission has not been previously published, nor is it before another journal for consideration (or an explanation has been provided in Comments to the Editor).
  • The submission file is in OpenOffice, Microsoft Word, or RTF document file format.
  • Where available, URLs for the references have been provided.
  • The text is single-spaced; uses a 12-point font; employs italics, rather than underlining (except with URL addresses); and all illustrations, figures, and tables are placed within the text at the appropriate points, rather than at the end.
  • The text adheres to the stylistic and bibliographic requirements outlined in the Author Guidelines.

Author Guidelines

GUIDE FOR  AUTHORS

     Gezira Journal of Educational Sciences and Humanities is a refereed scientific journal that aims at publishing articles, critiques and scientific and technical findings in all fields of educational sciences and inventive scientific.

  • Manuscripts submitted for publication should not be published or submitted for publication elsewhere.
  • The journal accepts original papers, short communications, letters to editors, reviews of books,  research and 
  • Articles should be written in Arabic or English with the abstract written in both languages.
  • The manuscript should be submitted in three typewritten copies (A4 paper size), paper with margins of 5 cm and the typing should be on only one side of the paper (including the footnotes, references and sources, abstracts, tables, data and indices).
  • All papers submitted to the journal will be subjected to initial examination by the editorial board to decide whether they will be refereed and the board reserves the right not to accept the paper without explaining reasons
  • Papers will be subjected to scientific refereeing,  and the editorial board reserves  the right to make no substantial changes in the paper.
  • All rights of publication of an accepted paper shall transfer to the journal
  • An unaccepted paper will not be returned to its author.

Article Content :

    The article must include, in the following order:  a title, an abstract, an introduction, materials and methods or alternatively research methodology and methods, results and discussion, references, in addition to nomenclature if relevant.

Title:

    The title should be concise and reflect the article contents.  It should be followed by the author(s) name(s) and the address for correspondence. Author(s) name(s) should be written in full with their names listed in order of their contributory role.

Abstract:    

    The abstract should be presented in a separate  page.  It must contain all the components of the article in not more than 350 words.

     Abbreviations and references to diagram  or equations inside the main body of the article are not permissible.

    Keywords of up to six can be presented at the end of the abstract.

Introduction:

     The introduction must contain an appreciable and concise amount of information concerning the subject of the article, its background, the problem to be tackled and the objectives of the research.  These should be based on logic and methodology according to recent scientific references.  At the end of the introduction the justification and objectives of the research are stated.

Materials, and Methods or Methodology :

    The materials used and the methods or methodology followed in the research should be written in the past passive tense.  All the methodological procedures must be explained and full information of the design and other tools for conducting the research must be clearly explained.  Full description of the procedures followed  and references will help other researchers to repeat the research .  Data and statistical analysis, if any, should be explained.

Results:

     Results are written in the past passive tense.  Numerical results can be presented  in tables and figures.  Full description and interpretation of the tables and figures  should be presented without  repeating unnecessary data. 

Discussion:

      Discussion should be based on the results obtained compared to the objectives of the research and the literature reviewed . Discussion should judge, estimate and assess the scientific value and the practical significance of the results in association to previous findings and the objective of the research. It may be pooled with results or presented under a separate  section .

Conclusion and recommendations:

      The conclusion and recommendations deal with the most important results and recommendations found by the author(s).  They should be explicit and appropriate to the research results and allow deductions that lead to suggestions of avenues  for new research proposals or the application of the findings of the current  research work.

References:

References cited should be related to the research subject.  All references in the text should appear in the reference list and vice versa, references in text should begin with the  family name only and the year of publication both between brackets, e.g. (Rutter, 1995,p).

-In the case of three or more authors, only the name of the first shall be written with the word "et al", e.g. (Mayer, et al 1992.p).

- All references cited in text should be included in the list of references at the end of the paper.

Paper Submission Regulations:

  1. The first page of the paper should include the title, the name/names of the author/authors, work place, address, phone and fax or postal number (if any).
  2.  An abstract containing only the title should be submitted on an independent page.
  3. Manuscripts should not exceed 25 typewritten pages including references figures/ tables and indices.
  4. Copies of questionnaires or any other tools used should be attached.
  5. The author should send a copy of the paper on an IBM disc after the performance of the required modifications and the acceptance of the paper for publication.
  6. All opinions in a paper are expressive of the author's, not the journal's point of view.