IJoASER (International Journal on Advanced Science, Education, and Religion) is a refereed journal aims at advancing researchers' understanding on issues at the Learning Strategy, Islamic Education and Management Education. This journal is published by Sekolah Tinggi Agama Islam (STAI) Al-Furqan, Makassar, Indonesia. We are committed to knowledge sharing; hence, the IJoASER follows the open access policy allowing the full-text of published papers are freely available online. IJoASER invites scholars, researchers, and students to contribute the result of their studies and researches in the areas related to Education, which covers textual and fieldwork investigation with various perspectives of Learning Strategy, Islamic Education, Management Education
Publication Frequency: 3 issues per year (March, July, November).
Jurnal Tana Mana is a scientific journal published by Fakultas Syariah Sekolah Tinggi Agama Islam (STAI) Al-Furqan Makassar. This Journal contains research and conceptual articles (either qualitative field or qualitative literature) with a focus on studies in the field of "Law and Islamic Law". The Court's Journal contains themes that are generally related to issues of Islamic Law and Legal Studies both in Indonesia and throughout the world. The following are some themes that can be illustrated in the Court Journal article: Islamic law, Islamic Economic Law, Islamic Criminal Law, Marriage and Gander Issue, Islamic Constitutional Law. Jurnal Tana Mana, published twice a year, the period from January to June and July to December. This publication is available online via open access. P-ISSN: 2747-1667 dan E-ISSN: 2622-5212.
Jurnal Al-Qiyaml (E-ISSN 2745-9977) is a peer-reviewed scientific open access national journal published by Sekolah Tinggi Agama Islam (STAI) Al-Furqan. Jurnal Al-Qiyaml welcomes articles on all aspects of Learning Strategy and management and increasingly complex issues confronting teacher education at the national and global levels. These are fundamentally concerned with issues of management in classrooms, learning strategy, school systems, and online learning. Management particularly welcomes articles that contribute to the field in the following ways: Scholarly articles reporting new empirical findings that make an original contribution to the field; Scholarly articles that make a theoretical contribution which extends and deepens our understanding of the key issues associated with leadership, management, and practice in online environments; Scholarly articles that explore alternative, critical, and re-conceptualised views of school leadership, management; Scholarly articles that provide state of the art reviews within an national or international context.