Serafin Wisni Septiarti, Serafin Wisni

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Journal : Journal of Nonformal Education

Optimization of Community Reading Garden Management in Improving Reading Culture Septiarti, Serafin Wisni; Sujarwo, Sujarwo; Santi, Fitta Ummaya; Tristanti, Tristanti
Journal of Nonformal Education Vol 6, No 1 (2020): February 2020
Publisher : Universitas Negeri Semarang

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.15294/jne.v6i1.23479


TBM is more accurately called a reading facility in the middle of the community (community-based library) and is managed simply, and independently by the community concerned. This action research aims to (1) describe the management pattern of Community Reading Gardens as part of Omah Passionaon empowerment programs; (2) Explain the optimization of TBM management in its efforts to improve reading culture. Action research with a focus on optimizing TBM management is carried out using a diagnosis, planning, implementing action and evaluation model with Omah Passinaon managers as research subjects. Data or information is collected by interviewing techniques such as FGDs, observations on aspects of program management, activities to obtain a comprehensive picture of the potential, problems, needs for improvement and forms of action to optimize TBM management. The results of this study indicate that (1) TBM management emphasizes the competence of capable and skilled managers in building public awareness of the importance of reading culture, as well as the realization of TBM that has community appeal as a source of information in Bejiharjo tourism area. (2) Actions for optimizing TBM management in research include (a) Raising public awareness of reading fondness at Omah Passionaon, (b) partnerships with academics, universities, and private parties, (c) mentoring for pioneering TBMs that attract public interest in reading, (d) evaluation. TBM management can be effective must have partnerships from private or government institutions, besides that the manager also has good competence. The benefit of this research is to provide awareness to the community to read and motivation for TBM managers to seek partnerships with private and government institutions.
Analysis of Women Traders’ Approaches to Resilience During the Outbreaks of Covid 19 Suharta, Robertus Belarminus; Septiarti, Serafin Wisni; Kusumawardani, Erma; Santi, Fitta Ummaya; Syamsi, Ibnu
Journal of Nonformal Education Vol 9, No 1 (2023): February: Community Empowerment and Equivalency Education
Publisher : Universitas Negeri Semarang

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.15294/jne.v9i1.42494


Gender disparities still exist in the business world, yet things are slowly starting to change. Other than that, women have historically faced greater obstacles than men when it comes to achieving success in the business world. Women are becoming leaders in industries and achieving top positions in companies. This paper describes the result of need analysis of women's capacity development strategy among the actors of the community-based creative economy in tourism business. This qualitative approach used observation, interviews with focused group discussion activities, and document analysis as a method to collect data. It was carried out involving 25 women creative economy actors as informants. Business pattern dynamization emerged as one of the strategies to cope with socio-economic issues due to the pandemic, which was done by developing businesses in an agricultural field, fulfilling household needs, online ready-made garments, and opening a business at the beach. The community serves as a social capital that helps creative economy actors in this study overcome hindrances, such as high-interest loans, price war, and unhealthy competition. Hence, these women embody the qualities of resilience, determination, and grit. They prove that with hard work and dedication, anything is possible.