Pramuka Tembilahan Hulu Taja Talkshow Hadapi Era Digital 4.0

INHIL:Riaunet.com & YRANSMEDIARIAU.COM – Kwartir Ranting (Kwarran) 04.02.15 Gerakan Pramuka Tembilahan Hulu berkerjasama dengan Gugus Depan (Gudep) 15.003-15.004 Gerakan Pramuka STAI Auliaurrasyidin Tembilahan menggelar Talkshow Pramuka Menghadapi Era Digital 4.0 bertempat di Auditorium Kampus STAI Auliaurrasyidin Tembilahan, Jalan Gerilya Parit Enam (Panam) Tembilahan Barat, kabupaten Indragiri Hilir (Inhil), Rabu (6/2/2019).

Ketua Kwarran Gerakan Pramuka Tembilahan Hulu yang di wakili oleh Sekretaris, Dedi Susanto dalam sambutannya pada saat pembukaan mengatakan, bahwa Pramuka itu bukan hanya tepuk tangan dan baris berbaris tetapi juga melalui Pramuka mampu membaca dan berfikir untuk menjawab tantangan zaman karena setiap fase perkembangan yang kita lalui baik itu kita ikuti maupun tidak, pastinya akan terus berjalan.


“Melalui kegiatan ini kita berusaha memberikan stimulan/rangsangan agar kedepan kegiatan pramuka itu tidak stagnan tetapi bisa memanfaatkan kemajuan teknologi, selain itu bagaimana pemanfaatan teknologi tidak menjadi bumerang untuk dimplementasikan dalam kehidupan sehari hari.” Ujar Dedi.
Adapun narasumber kegiatan Talkshow ini adalah Kak Saide, S.Kom.,M.Kom.,M.I.M dari National Taiwan University Of Sience and Technology dan Kak Habibie, SE dari Journalist.

Dalam inti pemaparannya Kak Saide memberikan motivasi bahwa seseorang tidak ada kata tidak bisa, selagi dia ingin berbuat dan ingin mengejar sebuah impiannya walaupun dia adalah orang yang mempunyai keterbatasan dalam finansial tapi jadikan itu sebagai motivasi untuk mengejar impiannya, selain itu tema “PRAMUKA MENGHADAPI ERA DIGITAL 4.0″ juga menceritakan bahwasanya perkembangan zaman di era 4.0 ini sangat luar biasa di karenakan dengan era ini semua serba bisa di lakukan dengan satu ketikan saja akan menghasilkan apa yang di inginkan.




Sementara itu Kak Habibi, SE memaparkan pembuatan konten media sosial agar menarik dalam menyampaikan pesan, selain itu juga langsung diadakan praktik menggunakan media sosial secara bijak. Sultan Hasanuddin Ketua Dewan Kerja Ranting (DKR) Gerakan Pramuka Tembilahan Hulu mengungkapkan, rasa gembiranya kegiatan ini berjalan dengan sukses, di ikuti oleh 403 peserta, tidak termasuk panitia serta di sediakan piagam dan doorprize,” Ungkapnya. “Dengan adanya piagam dan doorprize yang di berikan oleh pihak sponsor kepada peserta menambah nilai semangat dan antusias dalam mengikuti kegiatan tersebut,” Tutur Sultan yang juga Mahasiswa STAI Auliaurrasyidin Tembilahan ini.


Nampak hadir acara Pembukaan dan Talkshow Nasruddin Andalan Ranting dan Pengurus Kwarran Gerakan Pramuka Tembilahan Hulu, Ketua dan Dosen serta Mahasiswa STAI Auliaurrasyidin, Andalan Cabang Gerakan Pramuka Inhil, Dewan Kerja Cabang Inhil, Dewan Kerja Ranting Tembilahan Hulu, Anggota Pramuka dan Osis yang berada di Gugus Depan Tembilahan dan Tembilahan Hulu, Menwa, HMI, GMNI, PMII, KKB dan Organisasi Kemasyarakatan Pemuda (OKP) lainnya.*(rls)



sources:
http://www.transmediariau.com/2019/02/07/pramuka-tembilahan-hulu-taja-talkshow-hadapi-era-digital-4-0/

https://www.riaunet.com/berita/daerah/inhil/9865/2019/kwarran-gerakan-pramuka-tembilahan-hulu-taja-talkshow-pramuka-hadapi-era-digital-4-0/

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What is Plagiarism ???

 

What is Plagiarism?

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Plagiarism 抄袭 표절 盗作 plagiat plagio plagio الأدب ية ال سرق ة

"Plagiarism, specifically, is a term used to describe a practice that involves knowingly taking and using another person’s work and claiming it, directly or indirectly, as your own." (Neville, 2007, p. 28)
In the United States, plagiarism is taken very seriously, both legally and ethically. It can lead to disciplinary action such as expulsion from the University. Additionally, plagiarizing will damage your reputation and credibility as a scholar in Western academia. Plagiarism can be intentional (purchasing a research paper online or sharing a test with a friend) or unintentional (improperly citing a source in a paper or using an author's words without giving her/him credit). This below list, from Plagiarism.org, identifies some specific forms of plagiarism:
  • "turning in someone else's work as your own
  • copying words or ideas from someone else without giving credit
  • failing to put a quotation in quotation marks
  • giving incorrect information about the source of a quotation
  • changing words but copying the sentence structure of a source without giving credit
  • copying so many words or ideas from a source that it makes up the majority of your work, whether you give credit or not" (What Is Plagiarism?)
It might seem like using the ideas of others is a problem. However, this is not the case. Scholarship is a conversation; that is, you will be expected to read, analyze, and respond to the ideas of others when writing your papers. The key to doing this without plagiarizing is to cite your sources

Take good notes
  • While researching, be sure to take note of important quotes and passages that you think you might use in your paper.
  • Note the citation information--the author, title, and page number, so that you can easily cite it in your paper.
  • Develop a system of note-taking that works for you.
Cite correctly
  • "Any time you use words from another source, such as a Web site, book, journal article, or even a friend's English paper, you must give proper credt to the source.
  • Even if you don't use someone else's words, but you refer to an idea of concept from another source, you must also give credit.
  • 'Citing your sources' means giving all of the information about your source, such as author, title, and date of publication, so someone else can find that source again." (Penn State, 2012)
Use quotes effectively
  • "If you use someone else's exact words, you need to put those words in quotation marks. Changing a few words here and there is not enough to avoid plagiarism. Either put the exact phrase you are quoting in quotation marks, or rewrite it entirely in your own words.
  • Quoting extensively from another source, even if you do it properly, is not appropriate for a research paper. Use quotations to support your arguments or clarify important points, but create your own argument using your own words." (Penn State, 2012)
Paraphrase correctly
  • "In a paraphrase, you rewrite what someone else has said in your own way. Just as you have a personality that is different from everyone else's, you as a writer have your own voice and style. When you write, even when you are paraphrasing, your writing should sound like it came from you, not from someone else." (Penn State, 2012)
References:
Neville, C. (2007). The complete guide to referencing and avoiding plagiarism. New York; Maidenhead: Open University Press. 
Penn State. (2012). Plagiarism & You. Online document. Retrieved June 10, 2015, from <https://www.libraries.psu.edu/psul/lls/students/using_information.html>
What Is Plagiarism? (n.d.) Retrieved June 10, 2015, from <http://plagiarism.org/citing-sources/whats-a-citation>

2019 MOE Taiwan Scholarship

Tujuan dari Program Beasiswa Taiwan ini adalah untuk mendorong mahasiswa berprestasi untuk meneruskan jenjang pendidikan di Taiwan. Jika anda berminat mengajukan, silakan terlebih dahulu membaca Taiwan Scholarship Program Guideline (Lampiran1).
1. Periode pengajuan aplikasi : 1 Februari sampai dengan 31 Maret 2019.
2. Dokumen yang diperlukan :
(1) Formulir aplikasi beasiswa (Lampiran 2)
(2) Fotokopi paspor dan kartu keluarga
(3) Fotokopi ijasah dan transkip nilai pendidikan terakhir yang telah keluar
(4) Fotokopi formulir yang digunakan saat mendaftar ke universitas
(Contoh Fotokopi bukti transfer uang pendaftaran, formulir pendaftaran universitas, fotokopi bukti tanda terima aplikasi pendaftaran, email )
(5) Fotokopi sertifikat kemampuan bahasa:
Program studi yang TIDAK menggunakan bahasa Inggris :
Fotokopi sertifikat “Test of Chinese as a Foreign Language” (TOCFL) dengan minimal tingkat menegah (L3). Tidak menerima sertifikat lain selain TOCFL.
Program studi bahasa Inggris (lampiran 3):
Fotokopi sertifikat TOEFL/ TOEIC/IELTS atau sertifikat kemampuan bahasa Inggris lainnya dari Instansi yang sudah diakui internasional.
(6) Dua buah surat rekomendasi yang sudah di tanda tangani dan tertutup rapat dalam amplop.
(contoh dari Kepala Sekolah, Rektor, Dekan, Profesor atau Supervisor). Surat rekomendasi dalam bentuk email atau fotokopi tidak berlaku
3. Jumlah beasiswa yang diberikan:
- Tunjangan biaya hidup :
Untuk S1 akan diberikan sebesar NT$ 15.000,- ( setara USD$500 )/bulan
Untuk S2 dan S3 akan diberikan sebesar NT$ 20.000,- ( setara USD$ 666 )/bulan
- Biaya Kuliah dan biaya akademis lainnya :
Menteri Pendidikan Taiwan akan memberikan subsidi sebesar NT$ 40.000,-/semester untuk setiap mahasiswa. Apabila biaya yang dibutuhkan melebihi NT$ 40.000,-, maka kelebihan biaya ditanggung sendiri oleh penerima beasiswa.
- Penerima beasiswa membayar sendiri :
Biaya administrasi, biaya penasihat tesis, premi asuransi, biaya akomodasi dan biaya internet.
4. Durasi beasiswa :
a. Program S1: Maksimal 4 tahun.
b. Program S2: Maksimal 2 tahun.
c. Program S3: Maksimal 4 tahun.
d. Total durasi penerima beasiswa dapat menerima beasiswa : 5 tahun.
5. Pendaftar beasiswa WAJIB untuk melakukan pendaftaran langsung terlebih dahulu ke universitas
6. Pengumuman beasiswa :
TETO akan mengumumkan daftar penerima beasiswa sebelum 31 Mei 2019.
7. Lampiran 1: Taiwan Scholarship Program Guideline
8. Lampiran 2: Formulir Pendaftaran Beasiswa Taiwan
9. Lampiran 3: Program studi bahasa Inggris
10. Hubungi kami : beasiswa@teto.or.id
Lampiran bisa diambil di www.studiditaiwan.org
Dokumen aplikasi beserta dokumen lainnya dapat dikirimkan ke :
Kantor Taipei Economic and Trade Office
Gedung Artha Graha lt.17, Jl. Jend Sudirman kav 52-53, SCBD, Jakarta 12190
( dituliskan untuk aplikasi beasiswa XXX )

writing a problem statement

Key takeaways:
  • A statement of the problem is used in research work as a claim that outlines the problem addressed by a study.
  • A good research problem should address an existing gap in knowledge in the field and lead to further research.
  • To write a persuasive problem statement, you need to describe (a) the ideal, (b), the reality, and (c) the consequences
Simply ace your problem statement. Click here to get access to all resources that will help you with this article as you read ahead.
Editorial note: This article was updated with the addition of a downloadable template, which can be found at the end of the article. 
Research is a systematic investigative process employed to increase or revise current knowledge by discovering new facts. It can be divided into two general categories: (1) Basic research, which is inquiry aimed at increasing scientific knowledge, and (2) Applied research, which is effort aimed at using basic research for solving problems or developing new processes, products, or techniques.
The first and most important step in any research is to identify and delineate the research problem: that is, what the researcher wants to solve and what questions he/she wishes to answer. A research problem may be defined as an area of concern, a gap in the existing knowledge, or a deviation in the norm or standard that points to the need for further understanding and investigation. Although many problems turn out to have several solutions (the means to close the gap or correct the deviation), difficulties arise where such means are either not obvious or are not immediately available. This then necessitates some research to reach a viable solution.
A statement of the problem is used in research work as a claim that outlines the problem addressed by a study. The statement of the problem briefly addresses the question: What is the problem that the research will address?
What are the goals of a statement of the problem?
The ultimate goal of a statement of the problem is to transform a generalized problem (something that bothers you; a perceived lack) into a targeted, well-defined problem; one that can be resolved through focused research and careful decision-making.
Writing a statement of the problem should help you clearly identify the purpose of the research project you will propose. Often, the statement of the problem will also serve as the basis for the introductory section of your final proposal, directing your reader’s attention quickly to the issues that your proposed project will address and providing the reader with a concise statement of the proposed project itself.
A statement of problem need not be long and elaborate: one page is more than enough for a good statement of problem.
What are the key characteristics of a statement of the problem?
A good research problem should have the following characteristics:
  1. It should address a gap in knowledge.
  2. It should be significant enough to contribute to the existing body of research
  3. It should lead to further research
  4. The problem should render itself to investigation through collection of data
  5. It should be of interest to the researcher and suit his/her skills, time, and resources
  6. The approach towards solving the problem should be ethical
What is the format for writing a statement of the problem?
A persuasive statement of problem is usually written in three parts:
Part A (The ideal): Describes a desired goal or ideal situation; explains how things should be.
Part B (The reality): Describes a condition that prevents the goal, state, or value in Part A from being achieved or realized at this time; explains how the current situation falls short of the goal or ideal.
Part C (The consequences): Identifies the way you propose to improve the current situation and move it closer to the goal or ideal.
Here is an example:
Example 1
Part A: According to the XY university mission statement, the university seeks to provide students with a safe, healthy learning environment. Dormitories are one important aspect of that learning environment, since 55% of XY students live in campus dorms and most of these students spend a significant amount of time working in their dorm rooms.
However,
Part B: Students living in dorms A B C, and D currently do not have air conditioning units, and during the hot seasons, it is common for room temperatures to exceed 80 degrees F. Many students report that they are unable to do homework in their dorm rooms. Others report having problems sleeping because of the humidity and temperature. The rooms are not only unhealthy, but they inhibit student productivity and academic achievement.
Part C: In response to this problem, our study proposes to investigate several options for making the dorms more hospitable. We plan to carry out an all-inclusive participatory investigation into options for purchasing air conditioners (university-funded; student-subsidized) and different types of air conditioning systems. We will also consider less expensive ways to mitigate some or all of the problems noted above (such as creating climate-controlled dorm lounges and equipping them with better study areas and computing space).
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Here is a downloadable template followed by a sample statement of the problem exclusively for signed-in users that has been created using the above template - 
 
Step 1 (Statement 1): Describe a goal or desired state of a given situation, phenomenon etc. This will build the ideal situation (what should be, what is expected or desired)
Step 2 (Statement 2): Describe a condition that prevents the goal, state, or value discussed in Step 1 from being achieved or realized at the present time. This will build the reality or the situation as it is and establish a gap between what ought to be and what is.
Step 3: Connect steps 1 and 2 using a connecting term such as "but," "however," “unfortunately,” or “in spite of.”
Step 4 (Statement 3): Using specific details, show how the situation in step 2 contains little promise of improvement unless something is done. Then emphasize the benefits of research by projecting the consequences of possible solutions.
Here are some examples of how you can write a statement of the problem using the steps mentioned above:
Example 2
Step 1 (Statement 1)
The government of Kenya has a goal to industrialize the nation by the year 2030 (quote). In this regard it has encouraged growth-oriented micro and small enterprises (MSEs) that should graduate into medium and large enterprises capable of contributing to the industrialization goal. There are several sessional papers (quote/cite) that contain specific measures to encourage and support MSEs.
Step 2 and 3 (Statement 2)
Despite the said government efforts, there is slow growth of micro into small enterprises and even slower growth of small into medium scale enterprises (quote, show statistics). The government has officially acknowledged that there exists a “missing middle” in Kenya meaning that there is a gap between small and large enterprises in the country (cite, quote).
Step 4 (Statement 3)
Should the “missing middle” gap persist, the industrialization goal may be difficult to achieve. A need therefore arises to investigate why there is a persistent “missing middle” despite government efforts.
Example 3
Statement 1
In order to accomplish their missions, public universities need motivated workforces.
Statement 2
There are, however, frequent and severe disciplinary actions, absenteeism, as well as various forms of unrest in public universities which affect the accomplishment of the set missions. Our preliminary investigation reveals that both non-management and management staff are under motivated.
Statement 3
Without effective motivational packages and procedures, the said vices are likely to continue and retard the achievement of the universities’ missions.
Thus, there is a need to examine the public universities’ motivation systems and procedures, which is the aim of the proposed research.
Example 4
Statement 1
The Ministry of Youth is dedicated to allocating enterprise development funds to both the youth and women. These funds are made available in order to start entrepreneurial ventures that create and expand employment. (Provide relevant statistics and quote)
Statement 2
One of the main focuses of the ministry is consistency. Unfortunately, consistency in allocating funds to the next generation of recipients requires prior knowledge of previous allocations and established practices. The current continuous disbursement method does not allow for adequate analysis of previous disbursements before a current disbursement is done.
Statement 3
Continuing with this current disbursement method prevents consistency and causes decisions to become grossly political, which in turn inhibits the achievement of the goals of the funds. Developing a more informed disbursement system could help better implement the consistency focus of the ministry and at the same time help the ministry better monitor and evaluate its funds.
This proposed research aspires to explore options for a new funds disbursement system that would focus on consistency. To do this, the researcher will carry out a full stakeholder analysis and use it to propose appropriate policy interventions.
Another approach
Another way to write a statement of the problem is to use a template. Here is a simple template which might be useful for researchers:
There is a problem in ­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­______________________(e.g. organization or situation where problem is occurring). Despite ___________________________(efforts to prevent or deter), _____________________(something undesirable or unexpected) is occurring (provide evidence). This problem has negatively affected_____________(victims of the problem) because_____________________________. A possible cause of this problem is ___________________________. Perhaps a study which investigates_________________ by a ___________(paradigm/method) could help resolve the situation.

Sample Statement of a Problem
An established trend in the small business start-up financing in Kenya is to establish funds. Some of these funds include the youth fund and women fund. These funds have helped improve the rate of start-ups in the country. However, after the start-up stage, the ventures start developing problems. First, they face problems in management which lead to a marketing problem and eventually to stagnation and early exit.
A study by the Institute of Development Studies (RoK, 2004) revealed that only 38% of the businesses are expanding while 58% have not added workers. According to the survey, more enterprises are likely to close in their first three years of operation. Four years later the same institute conducted another study in Central Kenya. This study revealed that 57% of small businesses are in stagnation with only 33% of them showing some level of growth.
In our current project, we propose to examine factors that have an impact on small business sustainability. We will employ both qualitative and quantitative approaches to gather both primary and secondary data and information with the objective of determining success factors for the growth of small business in Kenya.
Specifically, we shall employ the product life cycle (PLC) model to identify the needs of a small business at the various stages of the PLC.
References:
1. RoK, (2008). Economic Survey. Nairobi, Kenya. Government Printer.
2. Nyaga C.N. (2009). Non-financial constraints hindering growth of SMEs in Kenya: The case of plastic manufacturing companies in industrial area in Nairobi county.  (A masters  research thesis, University of Nairobi).
3. Nyagah C.N. (2013). Non-financial constraints hindering growth of SME’S in Kenya: the case of plastic manufacturing companies in industrial area in Nairobi County (Doctoral dissertation).
This post is a modified version of the article Is it problem statement or statement of the problem? published on the website of Mukmik consultants. This post has been modified and republished with the permission of the author.
 
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Twenty things I wish I’d known when I started my PhD


Starting a PhD can be tough. Looking back, there are many things I wish I’d known at the beginning. Here, I have curated a list of advice from current PhD students and postdoctoral researchers from the Department of Zoology at my institution, the University of Oxford, UK, to aid new graduate students.

1. Maintain a healthy work–life balance by finding a routine that works for you. It’s better to develop a good balance and work steadily throughout your programme than to work intensively and burn out. Looking after yourself is key to success.

2. Discuss expectations with your supervisor. Everyone works differently. Make sure you know your needs and communicate them to your supervisor early on, so you can work productively together.

3. Invest time in literature reviews. These reviews, both before and after data collection, help you to develop your research aims and conclusions.

4. Decide on your goals early. Look at your departmental guidelines and then establish clear PhD aims or questions on the basis of your thesis requirements. Goals can change later, but a clear plan will help you to maintain focus.

5. “I don’t need to write that down, I’ll remember it” is the biggest lie you can tell yourself! Write down everything you do — even if it doesn’t work. This includes meeting notes, method details, code annotations, among other things.

6. Organize your work and workspace. In particular, make sure to use meaningful labels, so you know what and where things are. Organizing early will save you time later on.

7. It’s never too early to start writing your thesis. Write and show your work to your supervisor as you go — even if you don’t end up using your early work, it’s good practice and a way to get ideas organized in your head.

8. Break your thesis down into SMART (specific, measurable, attainable, relevant and timely) goals. You will be more productive if your to-do list reads “draft first paragraph of the results” rather than “write chapter 1”. Many small actions lead to one complete thesis.

9. The best thesis is a finished thesis. No matter how much time you spend perfecting your first draft, your work will come back covered in corrections, and you will go through more drafts before you submit your final version. Send your drafts to your supervisor sooner rather than later.

10. Be honest with your supervisor. Let them know if you don’t understand something, if you’ve messed up an experiment or if they forgot to give you feedback. The more honest you are, the better your relationship will be. Helping your supervisor to help you is key.

11. Back up your work! You can avoid many tears by doing this at least weekly.

12. Socialize with your lab group and other students. It’s a great way to discuss PhD experiences, get advice and help, improve your research and make friends.

13. Attend departmental seminars and lab-group meetings, even (or especially) when the topic is not your area of expertise. What you learn could change the direction of your research and career. Regular attendance will also be noticed.

14. Present your research. This can be at lab-group meetings, conferences and so on. Presenting can be scary, but it gets easier as you practise, and it’s a fantastic way to network and get feedback at the same time.

15. Aim to publish your research. It might not work out, but drafting articles and submitting them to journals is a great way to learn new skills and enhance your CV.

16. Have a life outside work. Although your lab group is like your work family, it’s great for your mental health to be able to escape work. This could be through sport, clubs, hobbies, holidays or spending time with friends.

17. Don’t compare yourself with others. Your PhD is an opportunity to conduct original research that reveals new information. As such, all PhD programmes are different. You just need to do what works for you and your project.

18. The nature of research means that things will not always go according to plan. This does not mean you are a bad student. Keep calm, take a break and then carry on. Experiments that fail can still be written up as part of a successful PhD.

19. Never struggle on your own. Talk to other students and have frank discussions with your supervisor. There’s no shame in asking for help. You are not alone.

20. Enjoy your PhD! It can be tough, and there will be days when you wish you had a ‘normal’ job, but PhDs are full of wonderful experiences and give you the opportunity to work on something that fascinates you. Celebrate your successes and enjoy yourself.


source: doi: 10.1038/d41586-018-07332-x

Ongkos Hidup di Taiwan

Berikut secara umum biaya hidup di Taipei, Taiwan. Taiwan menggunakan New Taiwan Dollar (NTD/TWD) sebagai mata uang yang bila dikonversikan sekitar 400-an Rupiah untuk 1 NTD. Untuk biaya hidup sehari-hari, secara sederhana dibagi menjadi tiga yaitu tempat tinggal, makan, dan transportasi.

1. Tempat Tinggal
Sebagian besar universitas di Taiwan menyediakan asrama untuk mahasiswanya. Keuntungan terbesar tinggal di asrama adalah efisiensi pengeluaran, rata-rata biaya tinggal di asrama adalah 8.000-12.000 NTD atau sekitar 3 sampai 5 Juta Rupiah per semesternya (setiap empat bulan), bentuk asrama bervariasi, ada yang satu kamar diisi dua sampai enam orang, tergantung kebijakan masing-masing universitas. Selain murah, keuntungan tinggal di asrama adalah sosialisasi dengan mahasiswa lokal dan internasional, serta fasilitas seperti internet, mesin cuci, kamar mandi, dan vending machine yang bisa ditemukan di asrama.
Selain asrama juga bisa kost menyewa satu kamar untuk jangka waktu tertentu dengan kisaran harga sekitar 4000-8000 NTD perbulan juga bisa tinggal di apartemen dengan sewa berkisar 20.000 NTD per bulan dan bisa sharing dengan teman2 lain.

 
2. Makan
Untuk makan bisa memasak sendiri atau membeli di tempat makan. Memang sebagian besar asrama di kampus Taiwan tidak mengizinkan untuk memasak dalam asrama terkait keamanan. Namun tidak perlu khawatir, banyak warung Taiwan yang ramah dengan kantong mahasiswa. Bagi mahasiswa muslim, warung vegetarian menjadi alternatif cerdas, selain sehat, murah (harga 30-70 NTD / mulai Rp. 13ribuan per porsinya) dan pasti halal.
Bila rindu masakan Indonesia, jangan khawatir, ada banyak toko Indonesia seantero Taiwan. Selain menjual beragam produk seperti mie instan, bumbu masakan, camilan, dan produk sehari-hari juga makanan khas nusantara seperti nasi goreng, sate, mie ayam, dan bakso dengan harga sekitar 70-150 NTD per porsinya.

 
3. Transportasi Kota
Sistem transportasi di Taiwan saat ini dikenal sebagai salah satu yang terbaik di Asia, ada beragam moda transportasi umum yang dapat pembaca nikmati di sini, seperti sepeda umum, bus kota, MRT.
Ongkos bus variatif dari 5 sampai 15 NTD setiap satu kali naik bisa keliling kota. Sedang MRT bisa ditemui di Taipei dan Kaohsiung. Tiket MRT dihitung berdasaekan stasiun yang dilalui, dengan tarif dimulai dari 20 NTD. Selalu bawa kartu mahasiswa kemanapun pergi di Taiwan untuk potongan harga tiket.

Knowledge sharing behavior and quality among workers of academic institutions in Indonesia

Authors: Saide, Trialih, R., Wei, H.L., Anugrah, W.  


While studies have highlighted the importance of knowledge sharing in organizations to help improve performance, there is still a difficulty among workers to share knowledge due to the fear of losing valuable knowledge. In this article, we present a study investigating factors that influence knowledge sharing among workers of academic institutions, specifically aiming to develop a deeper understanding of knowledge sharing practices and quality of knowledge shared. While most studies relating to aspects of knowledge management are concerned with the service industries, academic institutions have not received much attention, especially in Indonesia. We validated our measures and tested our research model using 337 respondents. We conclude that soft and hard rewards, communication skills, and enjoyment to help others are key factors that influence knowledge sharing behavior. Finally, recommendations and implications are discussed to help institutions guide their efforts to build knowledge sharing strategies.

Full Article: https://www.scopus.com/record/display.uri?eid=2-s2.0-85036536984&origin=resultslist&sort=plf-f&src=s&sid=1be4936e138fe098819727d1ed98af3c&sot=autdocs&sdt=autdocs&sl=18&s=AU-ID%2857188873069%29&relpos=4&citeCnt=1&searchTerm= 

 

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Singkatnya, hari ini, kaum millenials juga idealnya mulai memaksimalkan sosial media bentuk lain, saya sebut "sosial media nya researcher/forum ilmiah" untuk mendongkrak study mereka. Sosial media tersebut seperti ResearchGate, Mendelay, GoogleScholar, ORCIDid, OSF, dll.
Berikut link sosial media tersebut:

Mendelay: https://www.mendeley.com/
sekilas panduan: https://drive.google.com/file/d/13K8ZOiAIZuuCIVsLO3lL4DWdt12mem1E/view?usp=sharing

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GoogleScholar: https://scholar.google.com.tw/schhp?hl=en
sekilas panduan: https://drive.google.com/file/d/19k_OEIoTCygcCRb0aN0GsuM1txoI4ZZW/view?usp=sharing

ORCIDid: https://orcid.org/
sekilas panduan: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1TCe54uBbFSRMeji_jX_i33bryiTXRDPI/view?usp=sharing

OSF: https://osf.io/register/
sekilas panduan: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1cQhrcAr-NciCbIB5uKX51F2G7_WV2Y7F/view?usp=sharing


ResearchGate: https://www.researchgate.net/

ResearcherID: http://www.researcherid.com/Home.action

SCOPUS: https://www.scopus.com/customer/profile/display.uri

Mudah-mudahan bermanfaat untuk kemaslahan umat.

Beasiswa Spring Semester 2019 di Kampus-Kampus Taiwan.

Buat para scholarship hunters yang ingin melanjutkan pendidikan di Taiwan, berikut PPI Taiwan lampirkan informasi beberapa universitas yang sudah membuka pendaftaran untuk Spring Semester 2019.

Sekilas mengenai beasiswa universitas, terdapat 3 jenis beasiswa yang ditawarkan setiap universitas dan setiap universitas mempunyai kebijakannya masing-masing yaitu:
1. Full Scholarship, beasiswa ini meliputi bebas uang kuliah dan mendapatkan uang saku.
2. Partial Scholarship, beasiswa ini meliputi bebas uang kuliah dan mendapatkan uang saku yang nominalnya lebih kecil dari penerima full scholarship.
3. Tuition Waiver, beasiswa ini hanya meliputi bebas uang kuliah dan tidak mendapatkan uang saku.
Persiapkan aplikasi kalian dari sekarang dan selamat berjuang. Karena kata Nelson Mandela, “Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world”


Universitas
Link Scholarship
Pendaftaran online
National Taipei University of Technology
National Taiwan Normal University
Tamkang University
National Taiwan University of Science and technology
National Central University
National Chiao Tung University
National Taipei University of Education
National Cheng Kung University
National TsingHua University
National Sun-Yat Zen University
National Taiwan Ocean University
Dayeh University
http://fa.dyu.edu.tw/english/student2.html


 sumber: https://ppitaiwan.org/2018/07/09/beasiswa-spring-semester-2019/ 
file word: https://ppitaiwan.org/wp-content/uploads/2018/07/Beasiswa-Taiwan-Spring-Semester-2019.docx

BEASISWA MOFA TAIWAN


Program beasiswa Taiwan merupakan beasiswa yang diiniasisi bersama oleh Kementerian Luar Negeri (MOFA), Kementerian Pendidikan (MOE), Kementerian Urusan Ekonomi (MOEA) dan Dewan Sains Nasional (NSC). Program beasiswa ini pertama kali diluncurkan pada tahun 2004. Pada tahun 2011, program beasiswa ini berkembang menjadi program Beasiswa MOFA Taiwan dan program Beasiswa MOE Taiwan yang bertujuan untuk memberikan kesempatan para pelajar dari berbagai latar belakang bidang studi untuk dapat menempuh pendidikan di Taiwan.

Program beasiswa MOFA merupakan beasiswa yang bertujuan untuk mendorong para pelajar yang memiliki prestasi akademik untuk meraih gelar akademiknya di Taiwan. Beasiswa ini juga menjadi sarana untuk membangun persahabatan dan peningkatan pertukaran budaya antara pelajar Taiwan dengan pelajar dari negara-negara lain.

Para pelajar dari negara yang memiliki hubungan diplomatik dengan Taiwan memiliki kesempatan besar untuk memperoleh beasiswa ini. Namun beasiswa ini juga memberikan kesempatan bagi para pelajar dari negara-negara yang belum memiliki hubungan diplomatik dengan Taiwan.

Program
1. The non-degree Mandarin Language Enrichment Program (LEP)
Penerima beasiswa akan mengambil LEP maksimum 1 tahun pada institusi pengajar mandarin (Mandarin Training Centers) yang bekerja sama dengan universitas atau fakultas yang terakreditasi oleh Kementerian Pendidikan Taiwan.
2. Degree programs
Penerima beasiswa diperbolehkan untuk mendaftar pada bidang ilmu apapun untuk jenjang studi S1, S2 atau S3.
Durasi Beasiswa
a. Non-degree LEP: 1 tahun.
b. Degree programs:
  1.  Program S1: 4 tahun maksimum
  2. Program S2: 2 tahun maksimum
  3. Program S3: 4 tahun maksimum
Bantuan Dana Pendidikan
Untuk mendukung kelancaran studi, penerima beasiswa akan diberikan bantuan dana pendidikan yang diberikan meliputi sebagai berikut:
1.  Uang saku sebesar NTD 25.000 untuk LEP.
2. Uang saku sebesar NTD 30.000 untuk degree program.
3. Tiket pesawat ekonomi untuk keberangkatan 1 arah dengan tujuan ke dan dari Taiwan.
Persyaratan Pendaftar
Pelamar beasiswa harus memenuhi ketentuan sebagai berikut:
  1. Memiliki nilai akademik yang bagus, moral dan karakter yang bagus, serta tidak ada catatan kriminal.
  2. Tidak termasuk kenegaraan Republic of China (ROC) Taiwan.
  3. Tidak termasuk salah satu bagian dari kenegaraan China
  4. Tidak pernah menerima pendidikan disalah satu institusi di Taiwan pada tingkat yang sama atau LEP yang yang ingin di daftar.
  5. Bukan termasuk siswa pertukaran melalui perjanjian kerja sama antara universitas / perguruan tinggi asing dan lembaga pendidikan di Taiwan saat menerima beasiswa.
  6. Sebelumnya tidak memiliki beasiswa yang dicabut oleh lembaga pemerintah ROC atau lembaga terkait lainnya.
Hal lainnya
  1. Untuk informasi lebih lanjut, hubungi Taiwan Scholarships and Huayu Enrichment Scholarships website at https://taiwanscholarship.moe.gov.tw/
  2. MOFA website: http://www.mofa.gov.tw/
  3. Contact person: Yi-Ching Chuang
  4. https://ppitaiwan.org/2018/06/18/beasiswa-mofa-taiwan/ 
Tel: +886-2-2236-8225 ext.4210,4211 or 4212
Fax: +886-2-2236-8593
Emai1: ivanc@cc.shu.edu.tw
Periode Pendaftaran
Periode pendaftaran beasiswa pada tanggal 1 Februari 1 sampai 31 Maret.