ABSYARA: Jurnal Pengabdian Pada Masyarakat

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EISSN : 2723-6269
Current Publisher: Universitas Hamzanwadi (10.29408)
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Usman Sutisna, Universitas Indraprasta Program Studi Informatika, Mia Fitriah Elkarimah, Fery Rahmawan Asma
ABSYARA: Jurnal Pengabdian Pada Masyarakat, Volume 1, pp 9-14; doi:10.29408/ab.v1i2.2629

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Teachers are at the forefront of school, and students' development must have various competencies, namely pedagogical, personal, social, and professional competencies. In professional competence, educators must take advantage of information and communication technology to communicate and develop themselves. This community service activity aims to support the educator in gaining professional competence. Significantly to improve Islamic Religious Education (PAI) teachers' professional competence and encourage the realization of good learning, especially in making questions and materials that require Arabic Al-Qur'an components in it. Thirty-five religious teachers from 34 Elementary School Education units, both public and private, who are members of the KKGPAI (Islamic Religious Education Teachers Working Group) throughout the Setiabudi sub-district attended this training. The training method uses lectures and demonstrations or direct practice. The community service team's task is to help teachers who initially do not understand and cannot make Arabian font or language with computers. Therefore, through in-teacher training, the educator can make PAI questions and written works in Arabic using computers. As the results of community service activities in general, religious teachers who are members of the KKPAI of Setiabudi district have made PAI questions in Arabic using a computer application.
, Ikip Pgri Pontianak Pendidikan Matematika, Al Ashadi Alimin, Ikip Pgri Pontianak Pendidikan Bahasa Dan Sastra Indonesia
ABSYARA: Jurnal Pengabdian Pada Masyarakat, Volume 1, pp 22-29; doi:10.29408/ab.v1i2.2710

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One of the requirements in applying for teacher promotion is the publication of a scientific article. However, based on the results of interviews, many teachers have difficulty compiling scientific papers. Therefore, through the Community Stimulus Partnership Program (CSPP), it can help teachers prepare scientific papers through In House Training (IHT). This community service program aims to: 1) increase the knowledge of teachers in the preparation of proposals, reports, and writing scientific articles, especially Classroom Action Research (CAR), 2) determine the responses of training participants. The method used in this activity is workshops, training, seminars, mentoring, proposals seminars, and research results seminars. Meanwhile, determining the achievement of the activity results is through tests about the publication of a scientific article and a questionnaire on training participants' responses. The activity results showed: 1) increased knowledge of teachers in preparing proposals, reports, and scientific writing articles, 2) the level of participant satisfaction was 88%, which means that participants were delighted with this activity.
Rasyid Hardi Wirasasmita, Universitas Hamzanwadi Pendidikan Informatika, Baiq Desi Dwi Arianti, Muhammad Zamroni Uska, Yosi Nur Kholisho, Zoatul Wardi, Universitas Hamzanwadi Pendidikan Matematika
ABSYARA: Jurnal Pengabdian Pada Masyarakat, Volume 1, pp 1-8; doi:10.29408/ab.v1i2.2749

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This Community Service program aims to socialize the Zero Waste (ZW) environmental program and to train the community to manage waste (used goods) into goods that can be recycled using an Android-based application. The methods used are lectured and demonstrations (hands-on training). For education on the Zero Waste environmental program through the Zero Waste application, training through demonstrations or direct training (practice). The location for implementing this community service is in Lengkok Lendang hamlet, Tembeng Putik village, East Lombok regency, Nusa Tenggara Barat (NTB) province. So far, at Tembeng Putik, there has never been any training on Waste Management and the Zero Waste environment program, so that public knowledge and awareness about environmental health are still low. The results obtained are the formation of this knowledge about the Zero Waste environment's importance, and the community can make or manage waste into more valuable finished goods
St. Ayu Surayya, Universitas Hamzanwadi Bahasa Inggris, Maman Asrobi, Ary Prasetyaningrum
ABSYARA: Jurnal Pengabdian Pada Masyarakat, Volume 1, pp 36-45; doi:10.29408/ab.v1i2.2724

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Based on the observations' results, many graduate students from an English course institution still do not understand public speaking techniques. Even though the course institution is a well-known course institution in Indonesia, these graduates are relatively fast reading and speaking English. However, this word's smooth production was not matched with variations in voice, changes in intonation, and minimal meaning. As a lecturer in the English department, this is also our responsibility. Moreover, these graduates are now having their English course institutions independently. They are required to be able to communicate with their students. It is hoped that the current course institutions, especially in the Selong sub-district, can improve the quality of learning by applying correct public speaking techniques. Therefore, it is necessary to hold public speaking training for tutors at English language course institutions. The service plans carried out are: 1.) Delivery of mentoring material, 2.) Implementation of speaking practice in internal forums, 3.) Study tours at other course institutions, 4. ) Practicing speaking as well as evaluating outside the forum. This community service has increased English tutors' understanding in the Foreign Language Center (FLC) of Selong sub-district, East Lombok, seen from how they apply public speaking techniques during their teaching practice English tutors.
Yupi Kuspandi Putra, Universitas Hamzanwadi Sistem Informasi, Muhamad Sadali, Fathurrahman Fathurrahman, Mahpuz Mahpuz, Universitas Hamzanwadi Teknik Informatika
ABSYARA: Jurnal Pengabdian Pada Masyarakat, Volume 1, pp 46-52; doi:10.29408/ab.v1i2.2772

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National examination for skills competency at vocational high schools is held annually by the central government. The implementation of the national examination is one of the determinants of graduation apart. A national examination is also used for three other things: mapping, selecting to a higher level, and providing assistance or affirmation to the regions. Local governments can also use the national examination to mapping the achievements' standards for students, academic units, and regions. This community service aims to help students increase students' readiness and expertise in solving the national exam for competency skills in the multimedia field. This activity's target is the XII grade students of SMK NW Wanasaba, the main partners. This activity's target and output is the development of skills to work on skills competency National Examination questions, which are skills. The method is Participatory Learning and Action (PLA). This activity was providing practical knowledge and skills to students of SMK NW Wanasaba. This expertise competency training, especially in the multimedia field, can help students prepare for expertise competency exams to get maximum results and improve student competence.
Taufik Samsuri, Universitas Pendidikan Mandalika Pendidikan Biologi, Agus Muliadi, Muhali Muhali, Muhammad Asy’Ari, Saiful Prayogi, Hunaepi Hunaepi
ABSYARA: Jurnal Pengabdian Pada Masyarakat, Volume 1, pp 30-35; doi:10.29408/ab.v1i2.2745

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Online learning is a national policy as a strategic step to prevent the spread of the Covid-19 virus. The quality of the learning media used by lecturers is to influence the effectiveness of online learning. Therefore, training is needed to strengthen lecturers' skills in developing interactive media effective in online learning. This community service aims to improve the biology education lecturers' knowledge and skills regarding interactive media design in online learning. Participants of this activity were 27 Lecturers of Biology Education at FSTT Mandalika University of Education. The training activity is carried out in three stages, namely (1) Preparation, (2) Implementation, (3) Reflection / Evaluation. Training activities are held online / webinar on Saturday / 25 July 2020 at 07.00-12.00 WITA with a series of events, namely opening, remarks from the Head of the Biology Education Study Program, delivery of training materials, discussions, conveying impressions and messages. The training activities were carried out well, even though there were some shortcomings. This is supported by the participants' messages at the end of the activity, namely (1) 100% of the training participants gave positive responses such as feeling happy, enthusiastic, enthusiastic, and helped by the holding of this training activity; (2) 75% of participants gave suggestions so that similar training activities could be carried out periodically at the beginning of preparation for each semester. In the end, the participants have the knowledge and skills in designing interactive media in online learning.
Sundari Sundari, Universitas Khairun Pendidikan Biologi, Dharmawaty M. Taher, Nurhasanah Nurhasanah, , Said Hasan
ABSYARA: Jurnal Pengabdian Pada Masyarakat, Volume 1, pp 15-21; doi:10.29408/ab.v1i2.2697

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Efforts to prevent viral infection are a shared responsibility of all Indonesian citizens, including academics. Prevention starts from keeping a distance, wearing a mask, and washing hands. Another alternative to washing hands is to use a hand sanitizer. This community service activity program aims to educate and assist the community in preventing infection with the Covid-19 virus based on local culture through assisting students in making hand sanitizers made from local products, namely clove flower stem extract, and distributing them to the community. The methods used in this activity are production, product distribution, and education (lectures). The team will distribute the product to the Khairun University campus area and six schools in Ternate city. This community service program's result is 300 bottles of clove flower stalk extract and distributed to the public. In general, the community's response to the hand sanitizer product from clove flower stalk extract is that the public is enthusiastic and has good comments on this hand sanitizer product.
Baiq Fatmawati, Universitas Hamzanwadi Pendidikan Biologi, Nurung Adriandani, Nurul Fajri
ABSYARA: Jurnal Pengabdian Pada Masyarakat, Volume 1, pp 1-9; doi:10.29408/ab.v1i1.2403

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Program PkM ini bertujuan untuk memberikan pengetahuan dalam mengidentifikasi zat aditif pada makanan dan kesadaran masyarakat terhadap pentingnya menjaga makanan, bisa berpartisipasi dalam upaya perbaikan diri dan cerdas memilih bahan pangan. Metode yang dipakai dalam pencapaian tujuan tersebut adalah penyuluhan dan demonstrasi yang melibatkan siswa sebagai khalayak sasaran dan subjek. Demonstrasi dilakukan untuk melatih dan memberikan pemahaman kepada siswa dalam mengidentifikasi kandungan pengawet berbahaya dalam makanan. Luaran kegiatan ini berupa keterampilan menguji zat aditif pada makanan dan minuman; Artikel ilmiah (publikasi nasional). Hasil kegiatan yang telah dicapai antara lain kegiatan tersebut memberikan banyak manfaat bagi siswa dan guru disekolah mitra, memiliki keterampilan dalam mengidentifikasi atau menguji zat aditif pada makanan dan minuman yang dapat diaplikasikan serta dijadikan acuan dalam memilih makanan dan minuman yang sehat untuk dikonsumsi.
Fahrurrozi Fahrurrozi, Fakultas Mipa Pendidikan Matematika, Nila Hayati, Sri Supiyati
ABSYARA: Jurnal Pengabdian Pada Masyarakat, Volume 1, pp 10-15; doi:10.29408/ab.v1i1.2404

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Lalu Muhammad Fauzi, Fakultas Mipa Pendidikan Matematika, Sri Supiyati, Ahmad Rasidi
ABSYARA: Jurnal Pengabdian Pada Masyarakat, Volume 1, pp 16-21; doi:10.29408/ab.v1i1.2405

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