Participants need to submit their abstracts and extended abstracts to be reviewed prior to iJURECON 2020.
The ABSTRACT for Pure Science and Applied Science categories should be written in English language ONLY. The abstract for Social Science can be written in English or Malay language.
The abstract must not exceed 250 words. Please prepare your abstract using the following template:
The EXTENDED ABSTRACT for Pure Science and Applied Science categories should be written in English language ONLY. The EXTENDED ABSTRACT for Social Science can be written in English or Malay language.
The extended abstract must be written between 700 to 1000 words and not exceed 3 pages. Please prepare your extended abstract using the following template:
The abstract and extended abstract must be original, have not been presented or submitted to any other conferences, and have not been published in any journal, or under consideration for publication elsewhere. Otherwise the extended abstract will be automatically rejected, and no refunds will be granted. Organiser has the right to cancel any article for the extended abstract that does not meet the submission guideline with/without the author and co-author(s) consent.
The abstracts and extended abstract must be submitted in MS Word format (.doc/.docx).
The extended abstract submitted will be published as conference e-proceeding. An optional in-depth write up that is submitted (full paper – with subject to 20% of similarity index) will be published as chapter in book with additional charges.
Submissions that are accepted to Virtual i-JURECON 2020 will be presented using pre-recorded videos. Presenters are required to create a 7-minute video presentation to be used during the online parallel sessions. To ensure the smooth running of the virtual conference, you are required to submit the prerecorded video presentation by 7 November, 2020 through here:
The organising committee will provide the tentative schedule providing details on the opening/closing ceremony, and slots for the keynote speakers, and parallel sessions. In the meantime, presenters are encouraged to start preparing their video recording and slides for the online presentation scheduled on 17 – 19th November 2020.
Guidelines for the video presentation:
- Each presenter/team is required to prepare ONE recorded video per ONE submission of his/her research work.
- Each video presentation should NOT exceed 7 minutes in length, and each presenter must be available for the questions from the audience after her/his presentation is being streamed. This real-time Question and Answer session takes a further 3 minutes.
- The presentation slides can be created using any application (e.g., Microsoft Power Point, etc.) that enables users to include audio recording to explain the slides and convert the presentation into MP4, AVI or MOV format. The recording can be done directly by using Microsoft Power Point or other applications such as Screencast-o-matic, Zoom, Microsoft Team and etc.
- Video recording example can be referred here.
- Contents of the presentation video may include relevant parts such as the Introduction, Materials & Methods, Results & Discussion, Conceptual Framework, Recommendations for Experimentation, Conclusion, References and Acknowledgement. Please choose any that best suits your work.
- Each presenter must rename the video using his/her Paper ID registration number.
- Your article must be submitted online within the given deadline.
- The article must represent the in-depth write-up based on your extended abstract.
- The proposed title must not be the same as the extended.
- The writing style must be in layman’s language with clarity for the intended focal audiences, i.e. school students and teachers.
- The article must not less than 1500 words.
- The article must be written in Times-News Roman, font-size: 12, with 1.5.
- The article must include 8 or more references using APA style format in the text and bibliography section.
- The article must include:
- an introductory paragraph,
- a subchapter entitled “Introduction”,
- a subchapter entitled “Conclusion”, and
- the other subchapters of content entitled up to the writer.
- Article submitted will be peer-reviewed and requires active responses by the writers.
- Writers’ non-response actions will allow our editors to have every rights to edit the articles to the best of our knowledge and expertise in terms of technical and language.
- The editors have every rights to resentence your articles, title, and titles of your subchapter accordingly (without changing the meaning).
- Your article will be formatted accordingly.
- You will be emailed the final draft prior to submission for publication.
- The editing process will take 7 – 9 months or longer from the date of the conference.
- The publication will be under Penerbit Universiti Sains Islam Malaysia
- The published editorial book will be sent via online to the writers.
- Each submission of article to be published is charged RM50 (Ringgit Malaysia).
- Hard copy request may incur extra charges for printing, packaging, and posting that will be quoted upon request after published.