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Jurnal Kajian Informasi & Perpustakaan
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ISSN (Print) 2303-2677 - ISSN (Online) 2540-9239
Published by Universitas Padjadjaran Homepage  [25 journals]
  • Pengembangan website koleksi langka Perpustakaan UGM sebagai preservasi
           digital heritage menuju era industri 4.0

    • Authors: Maryono Maryono, Mardi Pramono
      Pages: 1 - 20
      Abstract: Preserving rare collections is very important, considering the historical value in them, through digitalization and website development as the digital heritage preservation. The Google analytics data showed that the performance of UGM Library's rare collection website was still not significant, in terms of the number of users, visits, duration of visits, and repeat visits are still far from expectations. The purpose of this research was to find out the performance and use of the website, to find out the site that the user wants, and to formulate the development formula. The study used a combination of methods, through survey data collection with closed and open questionnaires plus interviews to deepen the problem: quantitative and qualitative analyses were performed, plus documentary analysis. The results showed that the website's performance was not yet encouraging; users wanted changes to 5 elements, namely appearance, visual appeal, information content, timely information, and ease of interaction. Expected developments include new historical nuances; installation of flipping book viewers and infographics; link addition; indexes, annotations, and recommended search; addition of reviews and social media columns. Google analytic data shows the need to reduce loading times by compressing PDF files and improving design according to mobile devices. Qualitative analysis succeeded in capturing the desire to access digital versions of Indonesian manuscripts in the Netherlands and the United Kingdom, and the need for additional graphic designer staff to improve the appearance and visual appeal.
      PubDate: 2020-06-17
      DOI: 10.24198/jkip.v8i1.23348
      Issue No: Vol. 8, No. 1 (2020)
  • Literasi informasi generasi x, y, dan z dalam penyusunan karya tulis
           ilmiah Universitas Diponegoro

    • Authors: Rizki Nursistian Fitri, Yanuar Yoga Prasetyawan
      Pages: 21 - 34
      Abstract: Diponegoro University (UNDIP)’s vision is “Diponegoro University Becoming a Superior Research University," which implies that every academician at UNDIP requires improving research through scientific papers. Scientific writing is a work that the author must account for morally or intellectually. Consequently, it needs to conduct observation, planning, directed search, finding information, using information, and evaluating information through information literacy. This study aimed to determine the information literacy generation x, y, and z in the preparation of scientific papers at UNDIP. The research used a qualitative method with a phenomenological approach. The data collection technique used deep interview and observation. The analysis showed that information literacy had an essential role for generation x, y, and z in the preparation of scientific papers. Information literacy activities are a form of one's accountability when dealing with information for the needs of scientific writing. The three generations conducted information literacy activities during the scientific paper preparation. This can be seen from the activities carried out, namely the identification of scientific information needs, scientific information retrieval, scientific information utilization, and scientific information communication. In the current era of technological development, generation x, y, and z, which have unique characteristics in the preparation of scientific papers. Hence, information literacy is used as a standard. Each generation have skill information literacy so must account scientific writing have been written.
      PubDate: 2020-06-17
      DOI: 10.24198/jkip.v8i1.23233
      Issue No: Vol. 8, No. 1 (2020)
  • Preferensi penggunaan sumber informasi oleh mahasiswa dalam menyelesaikan
           tugas kuliah

    • Authors: Heriyanto Heriyanto
      Pages: 35 - 48
      Abstract: A wide range of information sources is available to students in various forms providing opportunities for students to utilize these information sources for study purposes. However, studies on the extent to which students know and use it to complete lecture assignments are still rare. This study aimed to identify undergraduate students' experience at one faculty in a university in Semarang when exploring various kinds of information resources to do their assignments. This qualitative study used interviews as the only technique in obtaining data. By employing purposive sampling method, eleven undergraduate students who met the specific criteria participated in this study. All the participants were interviewed using a semi-structured interview. The data were then analyzed by using thematic analysis, to uncover the undergraduate students’ information sources preference and how they used them. The findings revealed students’ selections of information sources for conducting their information retrieval process. They also identified the complexity of student information retrieval activities that were heavily affected by external factors such as the type of assignment, and internal from the students themselves, for example, knowledge of available information sources and motivation to use them. The findings provided evidence to inform the development of library services and information literacy responses to enhance undergraduate students learning.
      PubDate: 2020-06-17
      DOI: 10.24198/jkip.v8i1.23440
      Issue No: Vol. 8, No. 1 (2020)
  • Diseminasi informasi zero waste oleh Yayasan Pengembangan Biosains dan

    • Authors: Umy Fatkhah, Yunus Winoto, Ute Lies Siti Khadijah
      Pages: 49 - 68
      Abstract: The Bioscience and Biotechnology Development Foundation (YPBB) managing organic and non organic waste through a program called zero-waste. This study aimed to determine the zero waste information dissemination activities at YPBB. The study used a qualitative method with a case study approach. Data collection techniques used were observations, interviews, and document analysis. The analysis was performed by data reduction, data presentation, and concluding. Study results indicated that zero-waste information dissemination activities were through Programs Zero-Waste Lifestyle (ZWL) and Zero-Waste Cities (ZWC). The ZWL Program comprised training involving partners. Communicators in the ZWL Program were YPBB voluntary trainers, that the message conveyed was informative, using a clear and to understands word approach and a humorous approach. The media used presentation slides as instructional media, organic nonorganic waste, takakura, and biopore drills as instructional aids. The ZWL Program participants were middle and upper-middle urban communities. The kelurahan or RW implemented the Zero Waste Cities Program (ZWC). Communicators in this program were RW heads and cadres, that give messages were persuasive and educational, conveyed through posters and WhatsApp groups. The study concludes that the dissemination of zero waste information through the Zero-Waste Lifestyle (ZWL) and Zero Waste Cities (ZWC) Programs are viewed from communication elements, namely communicators, messages, media and communication elements that are already running and by the program planned. The conclusion this research shows that the dissemination of zero waste information through ZWL and ZWC according to the communication element is already in progress, and according to the planned program.
      PubDate: 2020-06-30
      DOI: 10.24198/jkip.v8i1.26615
      Issue No: Vol. 8, No. 1 (2020)
  • Konstruksi makna pegiat Kelompok Dongeng Bengkimut

    • Authors: Nadia Dwi Putri, Edwin Rizal, Nuning Kurniasih
      Pages: 69 - 84
      Abstract: Every activist’s introduce stories to children through storytelling. This study discusses the construction of meanings, motives, and experiences of ‘Kelompok Dongeng Bengkimut’ (Bengkimut Fairytale Group) activists. This research purpose was to discover the meaning, motives, and experiences of storytellers as activists. The research method was qualitative with a phenomenological approach, used were observation, interview, and literature study. Informants were seven active members in the ‘Kelompok Dongeng Bengkimut’, who had at least four years' experience in joining the group. Study results found that three meanings and two motives could be obtained from the ‘Kelompok Dongeng Bengkimut’ activists. The meaning possessed is a bearer of happiness, something pleasant, and a messenger. The 'Kelompok Dongeng Bengkimut' owned two motives, namely the motive of reason and purpose. The activist's first motive was a motive for a reason because (s)he was often told tales when (s)he was small, was also comfortable, and was not burdened. Whereas the motive for the purpose was to become an activist, bring up the culture of storytelling, challenge oneself, and introduce books to children. The activist's experience was storytelling in the Children's Ward at Hasan Sadikin Hospital, telling about his work, and storytelling to young and adult listeners. The constraints ever experienced were listeners who did not pay attention to fairy tales, storytelling in groups, and nervousness when storytelling. The conclusion the research that storytelling is meaningful for activist a bearer of happiness, something pleasant, and a messenger, the motive of reason and purpose.
      PubDate: 2020-06-30
      DOI: 10.24198/jkip.v8i1.26637
      Issue No: Vol. 8, No. 1 (2020)
  • Koleksi surat kabar langka Perpustakaan Nasional Republik Indonesia
           sebagai sumber penelitian sejarah global

    • Authors: Frial Ramadhan Supratman
      Pages: 85 - 100
      Abstract: Rare newspapers are one of the primary sources that can be used in historical research. Historians often use newspapers as a source of research. Therefore historians often come to the National Library of the Republic of Indonesia to conduct consultations on newspaper collections. Librarians should help historians find this main source. Thus, this research explains how the rare newspaper collection can be useful for historians in researching global history. The method used in this paper was descriptive qualitative. This method conducted a description and analysis to a research object, where the researcher a qualitative analysis of the research object. This study surveyed ten newspapers and sorted them into six papers, which were then analyzed. From the study results, the authors found that six rare newspapers in the National Library of the Republic of Indonesia could be used as a primary source in researching global history. The six papers were 'Oetoesan Hindia', 'Pancaran Warta', 'Keng Po', 'Warta Hindia', 'Pemandangan', and 'Soeara Oemoem.’ The conclusions of this research are; first, newspapers can be used as a primary source of global history because they contain writings that respond to global dynamics. Second, criteria for newspapers that can be used as a source of global history research are those that provide information and opinions on global developments.
      PubDate: 2020-06-30
      DOI: 10.24198/jkip.v8i1.25212
      Issue No: Vol. 8, No. 1 (2020)
  • Tradisi hajat lembur sebagai media berbagi pengetahuan masyarakat
           Tatarkarang Jawa Barat

    • Authors: Ninis Agustini Damayani, Encang Saepudin, Neneng Komariah
      Pages: 101 - 118
      Abstract: The process of sharing knowledge in the 'hajat lembur' tradition requires knowledge management to support the continuity of the tradition. The research aimed to discover the steps of sharing knowledge on 'hajat lembur' traditions. The method used a qualitative case study approach. Data collection was through interviews, discussions, observations, and literature studies. The data validity test process used data triangulation and source triangulation. Data analysis was performed descriptively through the stages of reduction, presentation, and concluding. The data source consisted of six people: two community and religious leaders, three people managing Saung Budaya Tatarkarang, and one government official. Results showed knowledge sharing activities in the process of 'hajat lembur' tradition is a form of gratitude as well as a medium in building human relations with humans, humans with nature, and humans with God, consisted of four stages: socialization, internalization, combination, and externalization. Socialization is in the form of village elders' information delivery about the concept of 'hirup anu hurip' by creating a harmony of life among people, between humans with nature, and humans with their gods. Internalization process, received knowledge is processed and stored in the memory of each individual. Combination process, each member of the community reconfigures explicit knowledge by sorting, classifying, and developing. Externalization, the knowledge in one's mind is conveyed to others by certain media. In conclusion, the Tatarkarang community keep a harmony of life through relations with humans, humans with nature, and humans with God.
      PubDate: 2020-06-30
      DOI: 10.24198/jkip.v8i1.26745
      Issue No: Vol. 8, No. 1 (2020)
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