Manuscript Submission Overview
1) Manuscripts submitted should neither be published previously nor be under consideration for publication in another journal.
2) Proposed articles for publication should not exceed 18 A4 paper pages and must be “TH Sarabun New” and must be formatted as specified by the journal. (see the guidelines on Manuscript preparation.)
3) Author must verify manuscript authenticities, such as format, spelling, punctuation, and language usage.
Accepted File Formats
Authors must use the Microsoft Word template to prepare their manuscripts. Using the template file will substantially shorten the time to complete copy-editing and publication of accepted manuscripts.
1. Title: Title must be both in Thai and English. Thai title comes first and follows with the English one in the next line.
2. Author: Must be both Thai and English
3. Affiliation: Must be both Thai and English without specifying any academic position or status by the affiliation of the author, there must be only one affiliation (If there are multiple affiliations, select only 1 affiliation) and sort from the lower-level departments. to the main departments such as Department of information science, Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, Khon Kaen University, Thailand.
4. Author contact information Enter the author's email address of the corresponding author
Research Articles must be both Thai and English abstracts are required to consist of the Purpose, Methodology, Findings, and Applications of this study.
Academic Article and Review Articles must be both Thai and English. It must summarize the article content clearly. Both Thai and English abstracts are required. The first abstract must be written in Thai with a 1-paragraph length (not exceeding 250 words).
Book review no abstract required.
6. Keywords both Thai and English.
7. Content of the article:
Research articles shall be structured in the following order: Introduction, Purpose, Methodology, Results, Discussion, Acknowledgment (if any)
Academic articles, Review articles, and Book reviews. Organize the article structure according to your topic.
8. Reference: It must be written in the APA format (American Psychological Association). (see the guidelines on References.)
References are written in the APA (American Psychological Association) format, with references in English in the whole article.
For citations, the writer should indicate the name of the author, year in parentheses following the reference in the text. If the name of the author is part of the text, the writer needs only parenthesize the year of publication and page following the author's name.
Format: Author. (Year of publication). Book title. Place of publication: Publisher.
Srikantaiah, T.K., & Koenig, MED., Eds. (2000). Knowledge management for the information professional. Medford NJ. : American Society for the Information Science.
Lorsuwannarat, T. (2006). Learning organization: From the concepts to practices. (In Thai). 3d ed. Bangkok: Ratanatri.
Articles in the Journal
Format: Author. (Year of publication). Title of article. Journal Title, Volume(Issue), Page numbers.
Bartol, K.M., & Srivastava, A. (2002). Encouraging knowledge sharing: The role of organizational reward systems. Journal of Leadership and Organization Studies, 9(1), 64-76
Format: Author. (Year of publication). Title. Retrieved……., from URL Address
Rochester, M.K., & Vakkari, P. (2003). International library and information science research: A comparison of national trends. IFLA Professional Reports, No. 82. Retrieved 22 August 2001, from https://archive.ifa.org/VI/s24/publiflapr 82-e.pdf
Dissertation or Thesis
Format: Author. (Year of publication). Title of dissertation or thesis. Doctoral dissertation or Master’s thesis, University.
Hoaihongthong, S. (2019). Metadata requirement development for mural painting. (In Thai). Master thesis in Information Science, Graduate School, Khon Kaen University.
Format: Author. (Year of publication). Title of article. Title of conference and seminar proceedings. (Pages.). Place of publication: Publisher.
Hanghøj, T., et al. (2014). Redesigning and reframing educational scenarios for Minecraft within mother tongue education. Proceedings of The European Conference on Games Based Learning. (182-190). New York: Curran Associates.
Documents in Non-English Language
The referenced document is not written in English.
The title must be in Thai Romanization. (transliteration of Thai characters into Roman characters).
For writing Thai Romanization, it is recommended to use a transliteration program developed by NECTEC http://18.104.22.168/plangsarn/index.php.
and must be translated into English in square brackets […] and parentheses at the end of the titles of those documents that the original language is, for example, specifying (In Thai) as in the following example:
Example of Reference
Vongprasert, C. (2005). kanchatkan sarasonthet buangton [Introduction to Information Management]. (In Thai). Bangkok: Expernet Co.,LTD.
Articles in the Journal
Prakophon, A. (1983). sathanborikan ekkachon kap kan songsoem kan an [Private service establishments and the promotion of reading]. (In Thai). Bannaraksat Mokho, 1(3), 1-5.