Dr. Nor Edzan Che Nasir
Only one copy of the manuscript needs to be submitted.
Manuscripts can be written either in the Englsih or Malay language. However, manuscripts written in the Malay language must be accompanied by an abstract written in the English language. Manuscripts should preferably be 2,500-5,000 words in length and must be word processed double spaced throughout (including notes and references). A I l/z inch ~margins hould be left on all sides. Authors are encouraged to
submit manuscripts using at least Microsoft Word as an attached file with your email. The font type required is Times New Roman, Ilpt. The first page of the manuscript should contain the following information:
Title of article,
Name(s) and affiliation of author(s),
Complete address, including telephone and fax numbers, and e-mail address.
The second page of the manuscript should only contain the title of the article and an abstract of about 150-200 words. The text of the manuscript should begin with the title, and must not contain the author's name(s). This is to ensure anonymity during the
Accuracy of Material
It is the responsibility of the author to check the accuracy of all data, statements and references.
It is a condition of publication that manuscripts submitted to the journal have not been published, accepted for publication nor simultaneously submitted for publication elsewhere. By submitting a manuscript, the author(s) agree that copyright for the article is transferred to the publisher, if and when the manuscript is accepted for publication.
The style of the manuscript should follow The Chicago Manual of SLe, l4th ed. (Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1993).
References should be cited in the text using the 'name and date' style, e.g.
"Abercrombie (2005) note that . . ." or "research shows that . . . (Abercrombie, 2005)".
References at the end of the article should be listed in alphabetical order. Examples of the recommended reference style:
Abbott, Wendy. 2002. Re-casting the Net: a lead role for the Web in learner..centered information literacy education. /ATUL Proceedings cw Series), Vol 11. Accessed on 29 December 2004 from: http://www.iatul.org/conference/proceedings/volll
Fidel, Raya et.al. 1999. A visit to the information mall: Web searching behavior of high school students. Journal of American Society for Information Science, Vol. 50, no. I: 24-37.
Hopwood,1. 1989. Successlul Women in Zambia. Gaborone: UNICEF.
Kulthau, C.C. 1985. A process of library skills instruction. School Libra Media Quarterly, Vol. 13: 35 40.
Vinkler, P. 1990. Bibliometric analysis of publication activity of a scientific research institute, In: L. Egghe, R. Rousseau, eds. Informetrics. Amsterdam: Elsevier Science Publishers: 309-334.
Zainab, A.N. Abrizah Abdullah and W.K. Ng. 2002. Collaboratively building digital libraries: focus on local historical resources for educational use. Paper presented at the Conference of the International Association of School Librarianship, Petaling Jaya, Kuala Lumpur, 4-9 August, 2002.