Andi Widiyanto
Universitas Muhammadiyah Magelang

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The Readiness of Learning Object Materials during the COVID-19 Pandemic Emilya Ully Artha; Andi Widiyanto; Nugroho Agung Prabowo
CommIT (Communication and Information Technology) Journal Vol. 15 No. 1 (2021): CommIT Journal
Publisher : Bina Nusantara University

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.21512/commit.v15i1.6639


The current COVID-19 pandemic requires everyone to limit their activities outside home. This situation also affects the learning process, which requires students and teachers to do their work from home without having to meet face to face following the government policies in schools. Therefore, they must use electronic learning (e-learning) to solve these problems. However, this e-learning model has not been well responded by teachers for learning activities. The research examines the readiness of Learning Object Materials (LOM) during the pandemic at two vocational schools in Magelang. To assess the teachers’ readiness, a mixed-method is used, namely qualitative and quantitative methods. Interview and technical assistance are also done in the research. The results show how the material can be completed using the available time so that the teachers can focus on deepening the material and increasing correspondence. The use of free software using a computer can answer the e-learning model. Moreover, after mentoring, there is a 27% increase in understanding about LOM materials. However, it is also found that teachers are not ready and do not understand how to start online learning and use elearning. There are problems in knowledge, the Internet, the LOM process, facilities and infrastructures, as well as the combination of theory and practice.
Implementasi Energi Biogas Sebagai Energi Alternatif Pembangkit Listrik di Kabupaten Boyolali Bagiyo Condro Purnomo; Andi Widiyanto; Suroto Munahar; Anisa Hakim Purwantini; Lintang Muliawanti; Moch. Imron Rosyidi
CARADDE: Jurnal Pengabdian Kepada Masyarakat Vol. 3 No. 2 (2020): Desember
Publisher : Ilin Institute

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.31960/caradde.v3i2.549


The purpose of this community service activity is to implement biogas energy as an alternative energy for micro-scale power plants, given the considerable potential possessed by Gedangan Village, Cepogo District, Boyolali Regency. The implementation method used in this activity is participatory rural appraisal approach that involves the active role of the community, to resolve problems or obstacles faced by dairy farmers with. The activity begins with the identification of the problems faced by the partners, then the design and implementation of the conversion of biogas to electricity as a micro-scale biogas power plant and ends with assistance to dairy farmers and the community. The result of the activity is production of biogas energy power plants in three locations with potential energy of 15 KW, which can be used to reduce management and maintenance costs for dairy cows and household needs as well. This activity also facilitates knowledge transfer to the people of Gedangan Village, Cepogo District, Boyolali Regency to be able to independently develop this biogas energy source. Thus this service activity provides considerable benefits for the residents of Gedangan Village, Cepogo District, Boyolali Regency in fulfilling energy from the conversion of biogas to electrical energy.
Borobudur tourist destination recommendation system using Case Base Reasoning (CBR) method Nurul Hanifatul Alfiyah; Andi Widiyanto; Agus Setiawan
Borobudur Informatics Review Vol 1 No 2 (2021)
Publisher : Universitas Muhammadiyah Magelang

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.31603/binr.5458


The high interest of tourists to Borobudur Temple does not have the same impact on tourist destinations around Borobudur Temple. Tourists have difficulty with several tourist destinations around Borobudur Temple that are in accordance with tourist interests. Tourists need proposed tourist destinations that match the desired criteria. In this study the Case Base Reasoning (CBR) method was used to create a tourist destination recommendation system with variables such as distance, type, location, and tourist attraction. The results of testing the tourist destination recommendation system showed that respondents felt it was helped 86.67%, 88.33% as desired and 85.41% said they were satisfied
Implementation of the item-based collaborative filtering method on a web-based culinary tourism recommendation system (case study: Magelang City) Ahmad Husain Ardiansyah; Andi Widiyanto; Setiya Nugroho
Borobudur Informatics Review Vol 2 No 2 (2022): Vol 2 No 2 (2022)
Publisher : Universitas Muhammadiyah Magelang

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.31603/binr.6731


Culinary is a type of business that will always exist, this is because one of the factors of human needs is in the form of food. Therefore it is necessary to have a system that provides recommendations to provide input to consumers to minimize consumer confusion about the many culinary places. In this study, to obtain recommendations, the Item-based Collaborative Filtering method will be used to approach consumers with one another. Meanwhile, to get this approach, the approach that will be assessed is an approach to rating culinary places, to get a consumer rating it will give value to 4 aspects, namely: place value, service value, view value, and speed of service value. This study uses the consine similarity algorithm to get the value of the approach. The results obtained by this study using the Likert scale method got a value of 71.6656% "fulfilled". Meanwhile, in the black-box test, the score is 100% functioning, and in the test to determine the accuracy of manual calculations and the system, the value is 100% the same.