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Author Guidelines

 Erzincan University Faculty of Education Journal Author Guidelines

  1. The article should be prepared to the rules of “APA 5 Publication Manual (http://www.apa.org)”.
  2. Title of the article should not have more than 12 words and is written with 12 points.
  3. The articles can be written both in Turkish and English. Abstracts of the article do not have more than 120 words and are written both in English and Turkish with 10 points like in the sample template.
  4. Keywords including min. 3, max. 5 vocabularies should be written with 10 points.
  5. If the article is in Turkish, it must contain an English extended abstract within 600–1000 words containing five main sections (Purpose, Method, Results, Discussion, and Conclusion) after the references section; If it is in English, it must contain a Turkish extended abstract regarding the same rules with 10 points.
  6. The article should be written within maximum 10000 words (note: instead of abstract and extended summary).
  7. Research problem in research articles should be clearly defined in the introduction section.
  8. Introduction section should be followed namely following sections; Method, Findings, results, Discussion, Recommendations and References. Section titles in the articles in literature review format should be prepared to according to the content.
  9. The article should be prepared according to EFDERGI publication template, and be submitted to the system without any information about the name or names of authors, addresses, identity information.
  10. Text should be written in A-4 Paper Size, with Single Life Spacing, 12 Points, Times New Roman Font. Page blank was in Top and Bottom 5.5 cm, Left and Right 4.5 cm.
  11. Graphics and tables should be presented with 10 points and single life spacing.
  12. For all rules in writing references that are not mentioned here, one should follow APA rules. One can reach the rules of APA style from the url “http://www.apastyle.org

Citing References in Text:A. CITATION IN THE TEXTOne Work by One Author

Ø  If the name of the author is not a part of the narrative, it is written at the end of the sentence.Forezi attracted the scientists from the beginnings of Linne period as a scientific phenomenon (Johnston, 1961). 

ØIf the name of the author appears as part of the narrative, the year appears after the name. Nicol (1972), redefined mostly known six Discourella species.

One Work by Two Authors

Ø  If the name of the author is not a part of the narrative, it must be at the end. If so, it must be cited hereafter the sentence.Nimfs' body weights are about 750-770 m. (Hirschmann and Wisniewski 1993).Violence levels of the students having art education are lower than the students not having art education (Taşkesen ve Arslan, 2011).

Three to Five Authors

Ø  In the first citation, surnames' of authors are written according to the order in the work.The studies in this area (Yiğit, Baştuğ, Aktaş and Bal, 2003) showed that...

Ø  For more citations of the same work, only first author's surname is written and then it is followed with “et al.”The studies in this area (Yiğit ve ark., 2003) stated that...

Six or More Authors

Ø  Only the first author's surname and then et al. Are used. In the references section, all authors are cited in long way. (Özkan et al., 1998, p.66). (Hirschmann et al., 1993).

 Institutional Authorship

Ø  In the first citation, institution's name is written fully and it is followed with its abbreviation and date.(Türkiye Bilimsel ve Teknik Araştırma Kurumu [TÜBİTAK], 2004)Ø  After the first citation, all citations are made with the abbreviation and date. (TÜBİTAK, 2004)

Works without Authors

Ø  The works having no author name are cited with their titles and it is shortened.(“Exploring Living Things,” 1983).

 Citing multiple authors having the same surname

Ø  To discriminate the authors having the same surname, the first letters of their names are used.A. Kandemir (1999) and M. Kandemir (2004) stated that...

Citing multiple works by same authors in same year

Ø  They are ranged by adding a letter to the date of the publication.(Bal 2003a). (Bal 2003b).

Citing a few studies at the same time

Ø  References should be ranged according to surname of the author alphabetically.The studies on this issue (Bal 2000; Kandemir 1999; Sülün 1998) showed that...

B. FULL CITATION

Ø  Citation can be applied in different types. If some of the parts and vocabularies are omitted in the full citation, triple dot must be used (...) to indicate that part.

C. REFERENCESBook

Ø  Name of author (surname, the first letter of the name), publication date (in parenthesis). Name of the Book (Italic; The first letter is capital, others are small). Edition (in parenthesis, do not mention the first edition),· Publication Press: Publication place

Ø  Examples :Öner, M. (1980). Mikoloji II. E.Ü. Matbaası: İzmir.Başar, A. and Oktay, E. (1997). Uygulamalı İstatistik 1. Şafak Yayınevi: Erzurum.Parker, S. (1982). Synopsis and Classificatinon of Living Organisms. Mc. Graw Hill: Newyork.Türkiye Bilimler Akademisi. (2001). Bilim Adamı Yetiştirme. TÜBİTAK Matbaası: Ankara.

b. Article

Ø  Name of author (surname, the first letter of the name), publication date (in parenthesis). Name of the article. Name of journal in italic, Vol, and number (in italic and parenthesis), page numbers.

Ø  Examples :Akın, M., Bal, D.A. (2001). Eğitimde motivasyonunun rolü ve başarılı olma yolları. Erzincan Eğitim Fakültesi Dergisi, 3(2), 12-24.Newspaper:Sazak, D. (2 December 2003). Kaos paradigması. Milliyet.Encyclopedia: Gelişim. (1982). Hayvanlar Ansiklopedisi, vol. 9, pp. 413-418. Gelişim Yayıncılık, İstanbul.Report:Draude, B. and Brace, S. (1998) Assessing the impact of technology on teaching and learning: student perspectives. (HMMS Report. No. 81). Washington, DC., U.S. Department of

Education.Thesis:

Sülün, A. (2002). Üniversite seçme sınavlarında yöneltilen biyoloji sorularının orta öğretim biyoloji öğretim programıyla uygunluğu ve bu alandaki başarısızlığın sebepleri. Unpublished phd thesis, Atatürk Üniversitesi, Fen Bilimleri Enstitüsü, Erzurum.

Electronic Resources:

Web-site: Name of Author (surname, name)The date of publication or access year (in parenthesis)Name of the documentURL Access date (last Access of us in parenthesis).Personal web-site:Selim, Y. (24 November 2003). Homepage. <http://www.erzincan.edu.tr/akademik/personal.htm>(2004, January 12).General Web-site:Frizler, K. (1995).  

The Internet as an Educational Tool in ESOL Writing Instruction.

Unpublished MA thesis, San Francisco State University. Available online: <http://thecity.sfsu.edu/~funweb/thesis.htm> Retrieved on December, 2002.

 

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.

  1. The article was not published in anywhere before or presented to another journal for the evaluation.
  2. The article was repapered to the rules of “APA 5 Publication Manual (http://www.apa.org)”.
  3. The article was written within maximum 10000 words (note: instead of abstract, and extended summary) in Turkish or English
  4. Title of the article did not have more than 12 words and was written with 12 points.
  5. Abstracts of the article did not have more than 120 words and were written both in English and Turkish with 10 points and single life spacing.
  6. Keywords including min. 3,  max. 5 vocabularies were written 10 points.
  7. If the article is in Turkish, it must contain an English extended abstract within 600–1000 words containing five main sections (Purpose, Method, Results, Discussion, and Conclusion) after the references section; If it is in English, it must contain a Turkish extended abstract regarding the same rules with 10 points and single life spacing.
  8. Research problem was clearly defined in the introduction section.
  9. Introduction section should be followed namely following sections; Method, Findings, results, Discussion, Recommendations and References.
  10. Section titles in the articles in literature review format should be prepared to according to the content.
  11. Graphics and tables were presented with 10 points and single life spacing.
  12. References were written regarding the APA.
  13. Text was written in A-4 Paper Size, with Single Life Spacing, 12 Points, Times New Roman Font.
  14. Page blank was in Top and Bottom 5.5 cm, Left and Right 4.5 cm.
  15. The article was prepared according to EFDERGI publication template, and was submitted to the system without any information about the name or names of authors, addresses, identity information.
 


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