Focus and Scope

Jurnal Pendidikan Administrasi Perkantoran (JPAP) invites original articles that have not been simultaneously submitted to another journal or conference. We welcome a broad spectrum of research related to teaching and learning in Office Administration Education, as well as the study of Office Administration Science conducted in vocational high schools, higher education institutions, businesses, and industries. This includes, but is not limited to, the following areas:

Learning Process

  • Learning Strategies: Research on innovative and effective learning strategies in Office Administration Education.
  • Learning Media for Office Administration Education: Studies on the development and implementation of learning media supporting the teaching-learning process in this field.
  • Education Technology: Examination of the latest technology used in the learning process of Office Administration Education.

Administration in the Education Area

  • Records Management: Investigating effective techniques and systems for records management in educational institutions.
  • Entrepreneurial Literacy: Focus on business administration and entrepreneurship education relevant to Office Administration.
  • Office Communications: Analyzing efficient communication methods and practices in educational settings.
  • Human Resource Management: Studies on the management of human resources related to office administration in educational institutions.
  • Management Information Systems: Research on the implementation and management of information systems in the context of Office Administration Education.

The journal operates a double-blind peer review policy. Original research can include fundamental or applied papers that should contain a compelling motivational discussion, articulate the research's relevance to Office Administration Education, clarify what is novel and different from other works, anticipate the work's scientific impact, include all necessary proofs and experimental data, and provide a scientific discussion of the paper's connections to existing literature. Reviews should make a considerable effort to evaluate and publish scholarly articles that provide comprehensive and principled reviews of significant existing and emerging research areas. They should have a clear position and findings that articulate scientific issues of interest to the Office Administration Education research community.