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BACA: Jurnal Dokumentasi dan Informasi
ISSN : 01259008     EISSN : 23018593     DOI : 10.14203
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BACA: Jurnal Dokumentasi dan Informasi atau yang disebut Jurnal BACA terbit pertama kali tahun 1974. Awal mula naskah terbitan bersifat populer-ilmiah. Namun, seiring dengan adanya tuntutan peningkatan kualitas terbitan sesuai dengan ketentuan akreditasi terbitan berkala ilmiah ditetapkan sebagai jurnal ilmiah (scientific journal). Ruang lingkup naskah Jurnal BACA mencakup bidang dokumentasi, informasi, dan perpustakaan. Sebagai referensi, penulis dapat merujuk ODLIS untuk menentukan subjek atau kata kunci terbitan. Visi: Menjadi Jurnal Ilmiah Bidang Kepustakawanan yang Berkualitas. Misi: Menyebarkan informasi ilmiah yang mutakhir dalam bidang kepustakawanan untuk kepentingan pendidikan, penelitian, dan perpustakaan. Tujuan: Meningkatkan aksesibilitas informasi dan literasi masyarakat dalam bidang kepustakawanan di era global. Bagi pembaca dan penulis yang ingin submit naskah ke jurnal ini, silakan daftar di menu register dan lakukan submit sebagai author. Bantuan redaksi di email: redaksi.pdii@mail.lipi.go.id.
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LIBRARY 2.0 DAN DAMPAKNYA DALAM PENGEMBANGAN APLIKASI DAN LAYANAN PERPUSTAKAAN Ade Kohar
BACA: JURNAL DOKUMENTASI DAN INFORMASI Vol 31, No 1 (2010): Agustus
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This article discusses about Library 2.0 and its implications for conventional library services. It explores the implementation of this program in libraries with popular information technology (IT) services, including Mashup dan Web Service, Online Social Networking (OSN), and user based taxonomy.
LIBRARY 2.0 TIDAK TERASA ADA DI SEKITAR KITA Joanne Marshall; Linda Moulton; Roberta Piccoli
BACA: JURNAL DOKUMENTASI DAN INFORMASI Vol 31, No 1 (2010): Agustus
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This essay reveals application of Web 2.0 tools in some Indonesia university, academic, and special libraries. It is an explorative preliminary study, and this literature based article is a starting effort to conduct a more comprehensive research in this subject. Fifteen library web pages are examined to identify their application of Web 2.0 tools. It finds out that some of them use such tool, but they seem not really aware the advantages of Web 2.0 for their libraries. This essay suggest that the implementation of Web 2.0 tools should be supported by decission makers.
MENERAPKAN KONSEP PERPUSTAKAAN 2.0 Sulistiyo Basuki
BACA: JURNAL DOKUMENTASI DAN INFORMASI Vol 31, No 1 (2010): Agustus
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The Library 2.0 terminology was coined in 2005 by Michael E Casey in his blog entitled Library Crunch. This article discusses the implementation of Library 2.0 concept, as a continuation of the previous article by the same author which had introduced the concept. Basically, Library 2.0 is an application of Web 2.0 for library purposes. It based on two fundament¬als that are: the strength of participation and the sophisticated of information technology. For library, theses forces based on three basic transformations i.e.: from book centered to human centered, from users oriented to users centered, and from information management to knowledge management. To discuss the implementation of the concept, the author did not start from the scratch, but looking other libraries that already had undertaken the effort. Examples are taken from USA, Australia, and China. Finally, the author discusses the possibility of Indonesian Librarians to implement the Library 2.0 concept. In addition the author also gives some suggestions.
PENYELAMATAN INFORMASI DOKUMEN/ARSIP DI ERA TEKNOLOGI DIGITAL A.C Sungkana Hadi
BACA: JURNAL DOKUMENTASI DAN INFORMASI Vol 31, No 1 (2010): Agustus
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Documents/archives preservation in today’s modern perspective tends to lead to how the public can access information on documents/archives that is able to integrate technology in it. Long-term preservation is a primary goal of the documents/archives preservation program.   When it saved in different media, both documents and archives already in the form of a digital format or are still analog, this preservation work can involve a continuous process in transferring content from old media to new media. Digitalization of documents/archives is one way process to change from conventional in various shades and shapes into an electronic document/archives.
POPULATING INSTITUTIONAL REPOSITORY: FACULTY’S CONTRIBUTION AND ROLES OF LIBRARIANS Hanna Lattuputy
BACA: JURNAL DOKUMENTASI DAN INFORMASI Vol 31, No 1 (2010): Agustus
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Institutional Repositories (IRs) are predicated on contributions by members of a university community, particularly faculty members. In fact, faculty contribution are crucial to the success of an IR even though several studies have found low rates of faculty submission. In order to address low submission rates and provide an (IR) that will preserve and disseminate research materials, a research-intensive university in Malaysia conducted a web-based survey to investigate faculty’s use of open access repositories, advocacy undertaken, and attitudes toward the contents of IR. Responses were received from 131 academics from 14 faculties, institutes and centers at the university. Research questions posed were, among others “Are faculty members aware of Institutional Repositories? What is their opinion about IRs? Are they willing to contribute in IR, if they are given a chance? One half of the respondents mentioned allowing, or even encouraging, the deposit of theses and dissertations. Findings indicated that, as users the academics wanted to find many more types of material in the repository and as authors, they were willing to deposit, particularly to disseminate their work and receive feedback, and also to support the principle of open access. The greatest deterrents to contributing were the risk of being unable to publish elsewhere later, the ownership of copyright, and plagiarism. However, the faculties in this study are poorly informed on institutional repositories, with almost two-thirds not knowing if their institution has one. This low level of awareness may be due to the university library managing its repository, using librarians to collect and deposit materials on behalf of faculty members. The implication is that the librarians has an important role to play with regard to the relationship with self-archiving authors, which is the key characteristic of IRs. The paper has identified the following roles for librarians in an IR environment: (a) Understanding the IR software used; (b) Publicity and advocacy of IR; (c) Establishing an institutional mandate; (d) Educating faculty regarding self-archiving issues; (e) Submission review for content and metadata; and (f) Training of authors. Based on methodical IR development informed by best practices in the Open Access community, the findings from this study have been used for repository design customizations and functionality enhancements that complement the needs, interests and concerns of the faculty. An outcome of the research is an institutional repository (IR) to support for a new pattern for scholarly communication, apart from servicing the university’s research output.

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