Formatting Guidelines2019-03-09T19:15:48+00:00

Formatting Template and Guidelines

The European Journal of IT and Project Management publishes original manuscripts in the field of IT and Project Management. This journal has a rather general scope and noteworthy articles in any subfield of IT or Project Management are welcome. The manuscript should include an abstract of 150-200 words in a single paragraph, followed by 4 to 6 keywords. The abstracts of applied research manuscript should include the purpose, procedures and results while the abstracts of conceptual manuscripts should include framework, contributions to the literature and conclusion.

Text, figures and tables must be in a single Microsoft Word file preferably in Times New Roman font with 12 points. Tables and figures should be numbered consecutively with titles or headings and they should be referred to in the text. The length of the manuscript should be between 5000 – 7000 words. The whole manuscript including the cover page and references should be presented as A4 1.5 line spaced typescript. All pages must be numbered starting from the abstract page. For the references, tables and figures the author(s) should follow the IEEE formatting . Manuscripts and abstracts must be in English. In the case of any language mistakes in the manuscripts that create serious problems in reading the text, the author(s) will be informed and asked to re-edit their manuscripts. If abbreviations used, the terms should first be written out in full followed by their abbreviations in parenthesis.

It is important to note that the manuscript submitted to this journal should be understandable to colleagues from a broad range of scientific disciplines. Solutions should be complete enough, results should be presented with clarity and precision and the discussion should interpret the findings in view of the results obtained in the current and in the past studies.

A manuscript whose content is appropriate and within the scope of the this Journal will be anonymously peer reviewed.

Authors are recommended to provide their OrcID, Scopus Author ID, or ResearcherID in the published articles.

Formatting Template and Guidelines

The European Journal of IT and Project Management publishes original manuscripts in the field of IT and Project Management. This journal has a rather general scope and noteworthy articles in any subfield of IT or Project Management are welcome. The manuscript should include an abstract of 150-200 words in a single paragraph, followed by 4 to 6 keywords. The abstracts of applied research manuscript should include the purpose, procedures and results while the abstracts of conceptual manuscripts should include framework, contributions to the literature and conclusion.

Text, figures and tables must be in a single Microsoft Word file preferably in Times New Roman font with 12 points. Tables and figures should be numbered consecutively with titles or headings and they should be referred to in the text. The length of the manuscript should be between 5000 – 7000 words. The whole manuscript including the cover page and references should be presented as A4 1.5 line spaced typescript. All pages must be numbered starting from the abstract page. For the references, tables and figures the author(s) should follow the IEEE formatting . Manuscripts and abstracts must be in English. In the case of any language mistakes in the manuscripts that create serious problems in reading the text, the author(s) will be informed and asked to re-edit their manuscripts. If abbreviations used, the terms should first be written out in full followed by their abbreviations in parenthesis.

It is important to note that the manuscript submitted to this journal should be understandable to colleagues from a broad range of scientific disciplines. Solutions should be complete enough, results should be presented with clarity and precision and the discussion should interpret the findings in view of the results obtained in the current and in the past studies.

A manuscript whose content is appropriate and within the scope of this journal will be anonymously peer reviewed.

Authors are recommended to provide their OrcID, Scopus Author ID, or ResearcherID in the published articles.