The article should be original, unpublished, and not considered for publication elsewhere at the time of submission. All submission should be double-blind reviewed by at least two reviewers with expertise in the relevant areas from editorial board.  However, if work described in conference proceedings is substantially revised and extended, it will be considered. All submission proccess is free of charge.

Submission File(s) Formats

All files should be embeded in the main document and it should be in Microsoft Word format. Do NOT submit compressed files.

Do not use any word processing options/tools, such as--strike through, hidden text, comments, merges, and so forth. Due to the academic focus of this publication, the use of personal pronoun (I, we, etc.) and present tense is strongly discouraged.

Please download the template of submission file from here...

Submission procedures
Review is carried out as promptly as possible. All submission must be uploaded to MOJET system No hard copy submission papers will be accepted. (subject: submission for MOJET). A format which best preserves the "document look" is preferred. Preferred formats of submission are word documents and RTF, not in PDF and other non-editable formats.

The manuscript will be reviewed by at least two members of the Editorial Review Board, which takes usually 6 to 8 months. When a decision for publication or rejection is made, the first author or author designated to receive correspondence is notified.


Style Guidelines

Title sheet




Include a title sheet.   
Common Contact Information* 
first author private contact information (if there is) * 
second author private contact information (if there is) ** 
third author private contact information (if there is)***


British English should be used consistently  throughout the article




Because this is an electronic journal the length of papers may vary. The length of your paper should be appropriate to the topic and focus. We will accept some papers that are only two or three pages long and some that are as long as 20 pages. The critical issue is whether the length is appropriate.

Section headings

Levels of headings should referred to APA style


All tables (i.e., data displayed in rows and columns) must be submitted MS Word tables embedded in the manuscript near the first reference to the corresponding table. Lengthy tables are discouraged as they are difficult to read online.  


Figure graphics (e.g., charts, graphs, photographs, and drawings) must be in either .GIF, .PNG, or .JPG format and should be embedded   the manuscript. Filenames for figures must be clearly labeled as Figure 1, Figure 2, etc., at the below of the figure, centered, numbered in sequence, and must be referenced within the text of the article.  


All supplemental text not falling under the definition of a table or figure will be considered an appendix.  Appendices should be placed at the end of the manuscript, after the reference list.  If possible, authors should provide a link from the reference to the appendix in the manuscript (e.g., “see Appendix A”) to the beginning of the actual appendix.


All videos must be submitted as RealMedia (.RM) (formatted files, optimized for Web use (see note following this paragraph).  (Flash animations should also be converted to .RM format.) Videos should be identified in the text as “Video 1, Video 2,” etc., and video filenames should include the corresponding video numbers. Authors must provide a link to the video within the article.  This link could be a text link (e.g., “Video 1”) or a still frame from the video (i.e., a .GIF, .PNG or .JPG file).

Audio files

Audio files must be submitted as RealMedia (.RM) formatted files (see note just preceding this paragraph). Audio files should be identified in the text as “Audio 1, Audio 2,” etc., and audio filenames should include the corresponding audio numbers. Authors must provide a link to the audio within the article.  This link could be a text link (e.g., “Audio 1”) or a related graphic. 
NOTE: For assistance with video and audio compression into multiple formats, Media Cleaner is one industry leader you may find helpful.  


Each article should include an informative, comprehensive abstract of 75 to 200 words. This abstract should succinctly summarize the major points of the paper, and the author's summary and/or conclusions.


Authors are responsible for checking the accuracy of all references and that all references cited in the text also appear in the Reference section. All references should be in alphabetical order by author (unnumbered) American Psychological Association (APA) style. Citation examples (1) book and (2) periodical:

--Citing Electronic Media 
The following forms for citing on-line sources are taken from the APAPublication Guidelines, Appendix 3-A, Section I (pp. 218-222). Please see the APA manual for additional information on formatting electronic media.  A block quote must be a minimum of 40 words or four lines, single spaced (not 20 and double spaced as is presently noted).  In citations, et al., can only be used after all authors have been cited or referenced. As per APA all citations must match the reference list and vice versa.  A maximum of 40 references is recommended.   
Elements of references to on-line information 
Author, I. (date). Title of article. Name of Periodical [On-line], xx. Available: Specify path 
Author, I., & Author, I. (date). Title of chapter. In Title of full work [On-line]. Available: Specify path 
Author, I., Author, I., & Author, I. (date). Title of full work [On-line]. Available: Specify path 
The date element should indicate the year of publication or, if the source undergoes regular revision, the most recent update; if a date cannot be determined, provide an exact date of your search. (p. 219) 
An availability statement replaces the location and name of a publisher typically provided for text references. Provide information sufficient to retrieve the material. For example, for material that is widely available on networks, specify the method used to find the material, such as the protocol (Telnet, FTP, Internet, etc.), the directory, and the file name. (p. 219)

Other Electronic Media 
Author, I. (Version number) [CD-ROM]. (date). Location of producer/distributor: Name of producer/distributor. 
Author, I. (date). Title of article [CD-ROM]. Title of Journal, xx, xxx-xxx. Abstract from: Source and tretrieval number 
Author, I. (date). Name of Software (Version number) [Computer software]. Location of Location of producer/distributor: Name of producer/distributor.

After the title of the work, insert in brackets as part of the title element (i.e., before the period) the type of medium for the material (current examples include CD-ROM, Electronic data tape, cartridge tape, and computer program). (p. 220) 
Include the location and name of the producer and distributor if citing an entire bibliographic database. (p. 220)

Authors may provide links to interactive media or files containing animation, sound, and images that will help readers better understand and envision the concepts authors are trying to express (see Multimedia Guidelines). Authors may include up to 15 non-reference URLs for sites of interest to readers.


Mechanical Requirements
The author should check spelling, punctuation, sentence structure, the mechanical elements of arrangements, spacing, length, and consistency of usage in form and descriptions before submission.

Credits and Acknowledgments
Acknowledgments or appreciation to individuals for assistance with the manuscript or with the material reported should be included in the Acknowledgment at the end of the article.