ABSYARA: Jurnal Pengabdian Pada Masyarakat

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EISSN : 2723-6269
Published by: Universitas Hamzanwadi (10.29408)
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Yosi Nur Kholisho, Baiq Desi Dwi Arianti, Jamaluddin Jamaluddin, Rasyid Hardi Wirasasmita, Kholida Ismatulloh, Muhammad Zamroni Uska, Ahmad Fathoni
ABSYARA: Jurnal Pengabdian Pada Masyarakat, Volume 2, pp 119-127; https://doi.org/10.29408/ab.v2i1.3586

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The Industrial 4.0 Era encourages educators to be able to apply information technology in the learning process. One application of technology in the learning process is the use of learning videos. Especially during the current Covid 19 pandemic that applies online learning, videos can be an alternative source for learning. However, in reality, many teachers in Indonesia cannot make learning videos. Online learning is currently mostly only in the form of providing material from textbooks, discussions via WA, visiting students' homes to give assignments, and so on, so it is not optimal. Therefore, this training activity aims to train teachers in making learning videos so that teachers have other alternatives as a source of student learning. This activity is in the form of training in making and editing videos using the Bandicam application, Microsoft PowerPoint 2013, and the Kinemaster application. The results of this activity are participants/teachers for the Bandicam application with a 100% success rate, Microsoft PowerPoint 2013 100% success rate, Kinemaster the first stage success rate 70%, then the second stage 100%.
Riyana Rizki Yuliatin, Puspita Dewi, Baiq Desi Dwi Arianti, Hary Murcahyanto
ABSYARA: Jurnal Pengabdian Pada Masyarakat, Volume 2, pp 109-118; https://doi.org/10.29408/ab.v2i1.3585

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The theatre is one of the performing arts fields that display human behaviour on stage. Human life is represented through stories, dialogues, and the behaviour of the characters. One of the styles in theatre art is object theatre. Object theatre involves manipulating objects to give life to the objects used so that there is a reciprocal play between the player and the object. Object theatre itself is still relatively new in Indonesia, aiming to introduce object theatre to the public. The target of this activity is Bermi Youth, Pancor Village aged 17-20 years. Teenagers can become a faster medium for disseminating information to the next generation. The activity was held for four months with a total of 14 participants. The training methods used in this activity are workshops, training assistance, and performances at the Pengadangan Village hall, which was the earthquake's location in 2018. The activity results showed that the trainees were able to stage object theatre performances and control themselves during the show by not stealing the show
Suhartini Suhartini, Univesitas Hamzanwadi, Aris Sudianto, Indra Gunawan, Baiq Andriska Candra Permana, Hamzan Ahmadi, Imam Fathurrahman, Lalu Kerta Wijaya, Muhammad Wasil, Nurhidayati Nurhidayati
ABSYARA: Jurnal Pengabdian Pada Masyarakat, Volume 2, pp 1-7; https://doi.org/10.29408/ab.v2i1.2574

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The development of MSMEs (Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises) in Indonesia is currently very fast, as indicated by the increasing number of startups in Indonesia. The Indonesian government spends billions of rupiahs to encourage the millennial generation to become young entrepreneurs by developing startups to grow the Indonesian economy. Therefore, to support the government program, this service activity aims to understand technology-based entrepreneurial activities for students at Madrasah Aliyah Ridhlo Walidain NW, Batu Bangka, Jnggik that students' interest in entrepreneurship will increase and, they can become actors technopreneurs in the future. The participants understood the use of e-commerce to support the birth of new entrepreneurs who later could strengthen the finances and economy for home-based businesses. The method used to achieve this goal is by conducting lectures and practices using available platforms such as YouTube, Instagram, and Google Business. The results obtained from the activity are understanding the basic techniques for carrying out technology-based entrepreneurial activities. The final results show from this promotion include making it simple to use the platform by utilizing smartphone technology
Ranggi Praharaningtyas Aji, Muhamad Awiet Wiedanto Prasetyo, Argiyan Dwi Pritama, Ika Ayu Pratiwi, Resti Nur Azizah
ABSYARA: Jurnal Pengabdian Pada Masyarakat, Volume 2, pp 62-71; https://doi.org/10.29408/ab.v2i1.3549

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The importance of securing data is something that most Indonesian teachers ignore. In addition, their inability to secure data is also a factor supporting the failure to secure data. Allowing access to their personal computers to be known and the loss of data due to viruses is often experienced by teachers at SMPN 1 Karanglewas. For this reason, training is made that is packaged in a teaching data security webinar. This activity aims to grow the understanding and awareness of teachers in securing the teaching data they have. The implementation of this activity uses Google Meet technology, which can be accessed directly through the YouTube channel. The results obtained are the increasing understanding of the teachers seen from the difference in the results of the post-test and pre-test, which reaches 40-80%. In addition, there were also positive responses from the teachers participating in the webinar, which stated that 56% of the participants stated that it was good and 30% was sufficient, and 24% was excellent. The next activity that is expected to be carried out is live class making training and the manufacture of interactive teaching materials.
Eko Meiningsih Susilowati
ABSYARA: Jurnal Pengabdian Pada Masyarakat, Volume 2, pp 102-108; https://doi.org/10.29408/ab.v2i1.3583

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Since 2020, Indonesia has been hit by the Covid-19 pandemic, so people must implement health protocols. The government has made rules so that people are required to wear masks. This regulation had made the mask are rare, and the price is very high. Based on this situation, this activity aims to train the people of Kampung Tegalharjo, Jebres, Surakarta to make masks and sell these masks. On August 9, 2020, the activity was carried out in Tegalharjo Village, Jebres District, Surakarta City. The method used is by way of lectures, practice, and discussion. As a partner in this activity, only one group of housewives in Tegalharjo Village totaled 12 people. The results obtained are that as many as 80% of partners in the village can make health masks made of cloth well and can sell them or market them for profit and can increase income. So that the sales proceeds can help improve the welfare of life. Henceforth, in order to be able to market their products more widely and sell more online
Rini Fitria, Ervina Ervina, Kurniati Kurniati, Riki Astafi
ABSYARA: Jurnal Pengabdian Pada Masyarakat, Volume 2, pp 56-61; https://doi.org/10.29408/ab.v2i1.3540

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In addition to studying in formal schools, children can also study in non-formal schools, such as taking courses to understand a lesson. However, to be able to take the course certainly costs a lot. The symptoms found were that some students came from underprivileged families. Found it difficult to divide their study time with their busy lives at the orphanage, lacked interest in learning English, and did not have English language manuals other than textbooks from school. This service activity aims to improve students' English through courses at the Dayang Dermah Bengkalis Orphanage. The method used in this service activity is through fun courses in games, singing, and short conversations. The result of this service is that students' English skills have increased with this course, as evidenced by the increase in students' average English scores from 78 on the initial test to 87 on the final test. It can be concluded that using the course method is an effective way to Improving Students' English at Dayang Dermah Bengkalis Orphanage
Asfi Aniuranti, M Happy Nur Tsani, Yasinta Wulandari
ABSYARA: Jurnal Pengabdian Pada Masyarakat, Volume 2, pp 85-93; https://doi.org/10.29408/ab.v2i1.3578

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In every teaching and learning process includes English teaching, there is a phase called ice breaking. The activity that generally only lasts a few minutes is a paramount aspect. Every English teacher or even the candidate has to be skillful in preparing effective ice breaking. Although ice breaking is viewed as a crucial stage in a teaching process, many students miss this phase when they have to do teaching practice. Therefore, the community service team regarding a workshop about icebreaking is still needed by the students as the teacher candidates. This workshop was conducted online via Google Meet in two days, and the participants were the students of the English Language Teaching Department of Universitas Nahdlatul Ulama Purwokerto. In the workshop, the participants learned the theories related to ice breaking and the examples of ice breaking. They also did some practice on creating ice breaking. Overall, the two-day workshop ran well. The questioner's result also tends to be positive and based on the tasks submitted, the participant's ability to create ice breakers is good enough
Usman Sutisna, Mia Fitriah Elkarimah
ABSYARA: Jurnal Pengabdian Pada Masyarakat, Volume 2, pp 15-25; https://doi.org/10.29408/ab.v2i1.3249

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The industrial 4.0 era requires an educator to increase competence or expertise in the use of information technology in education. The use of technology in education is extensive, including learning media and learning evaluation media. This goal is to develop the skills of SD Menteng Atas 01 teachers, especially in the IT field, and the ultimate goal of this community service activity is to encourage teachers to share learning media, especially smartphone media, in order to make learning evaluations. In the form of online crossword puzzles, especially during the pandemic, teaching and learning activities are now being carried out boldly. The service partners are all teachers at Menteng Atas Elementary School. Community service was held on April 13, 2020, at SDN Menteng Atas 01, followed by 15 participants online via zoom. The method used is demonstration and lecture. As a result of this community service activity, the teachers of SDN Menteng Atas 01 Setiabudi, South Jakarta, were able to create online crossword puzzles independently with a smartphone.
Agus Muliadi Putra, Husnayati Hartini, Baiq Liana Widiyanti, Haerudin Haerudin
ABSYARA: Jurnal Pengabdian Pada Masyarakat, Volume 2, pp 72-84; https://doi.org/10.29408/ab.v2i1.3569

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Every human activity will always produce residues called garbage and waste. Garbage is usually identical to the rest of daily processing in solid form, while waste is the rest of the processing in liquid. Both waste and garbage will continue to increase in line with increasing human activities and population growth. Changing the public's perspective on waste from being considered a waste material that has no benefits to being helpful is an integral part of Zero Waste education and socialization efforts. The purpose of this activity is to socialize the people of Labuhan Haji Village about Zero Waste. This socialization consists of three activities, namely: 1) education about Zero Waste materials; 2) demonstration or practice of processing waste cooking oil into candles and soap; 3) coaching clinic on waste management (collection, sorting, weighing, and analysis of waste composition). The method used is lecture, demonstration, practice, and discussion. Location of activities in Labuhan Haji Village and Lab. Environmental Engineering Study Program, Faculty of Engineering, Hamzanwadi University. The implementation of the activity showed an increase in knowledge and awareness of the importance of the Zero Waste program in the people of Labuhan Haji Village. In addition, the community can process used cooking oil into more valuable goods and process waste properly
, Hepsi Nindiasari
ABSYARA: Jurnal Pengabdian Pada Masyarakat, Volume 2, pp 8-14; https://doi.org/10.29408/ab.v2i1.3190

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One of the competencies mathematics teachers need is the deepening of subject matter in mathematical concepts. Among the methods that can be done is through software training to support mathematics lessons. One of the software that can be used in learning mathematics is Scilab software. The use of Scilab software in mathematics learning cannot be separated from the role of the teacher. This service activity aims to carry out online training for Scilab software for learning mathematics. The method used is an online training and evaluation of activities by a questionnaire about knowledge and skills using Scilab software. This online training was carried out synchronously two times in the September 2020 period and was accompanied asynchronously through the Edmodo software. 68 teachers actively participate in this online training who are members of the Mathematics Subject Teachers' Consultation (MGMP) for Lebak Regency High School Mathematics and Nusantara Mathematics for Banten Region. The teacher's response to learning using the Scilab software depends on the teacher's initial ability to use the software. The result of this activity is that this online training can add insight to teachers about mathematics learning software, especially Scilab. Of the 68 participants who participated in the training, only 36 participants filled out the questionnaire. There is 8 person with excellent results, 9 people satisfied, 6 people extraordinary, 10 people enough, and 3 people low.
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