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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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KAJIAN PERPUSTAKAAN KHUSUS DAN SUMBER INFORMASI DI INDONESIA Kamariah Tambunan
BACA: JURNAL DOKUMENTASI DAN INFORMASI Vol 34, No 1 (2013): Juni
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (84.738 KB) | DOI: 10.14203/j.baca.v34i1.172

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This study tries to know the map of special libraries and information sources in Indonesia. Publication which examined are Directory of Special Libraries and Information Sources in Indonesia which published in 1981, 1985, 1990, 1995, 2000, and 2005. Data was collected by rewrite of each title of the library, address or city also province, field or subject, and established year. Total of the special libraries base on city (libraries address), field or subject, and established year then calculated and presented in form of tables and hystograms. The result shows that total of special libraries and information sources in Indonesia increase year by year. The last publication in 2005 registered as many as 994 of libraries which reside in 32 provinces (136 cities) in Indonesia. Base on the total that registered, 668 libraries are in Jawa Island (62 cities), and others 326 libraries are in outside Jawa Island (74 cities). The most of special libraries with subject of religion (143 libraries) and economics (140 libraries), then social, agriculture, education, law, and medicine. The author also found that there are 3 oldest special libraries which were established in 1842, 1886, and 1887, while the youngest library was established in 2004.
PEMETAAN KARYA TULIS ILMIAH LPNK: STUDI KASUS LIPI DAN BPPT (2004-2008) Yupi Royani; Mulni Adelina Bachtar; Kamariah Tambunan; Tupan Tupan; Sugiharto Alm
BACA: JURNAL DOKUMENTASI DAN INFORMASI Vol 34, No 1 (2013): Juni
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This research aims to determine: the rank of authors of LIPI and BPPT whose articles are mostly cited by other authors, the type of publications, the level of collaboration, the productivity level of authors, the coverage areas, and the topics contained in the scientific work through the subject analysis. The data were obtained from Google Scholar from 2004 to 2008. The collected data were then analyzed by using ‘co-word’ analysis. The ‘co-word’ structure was known after the mapping using bibliometric method. A total of 593 analyzed scientific papers consist of 472 from LIPI and 121 from BPPT. The results show that the highest citation number (100 citations) comes from LIPI scientific papers, while BPPT scientific papers are 36 citations. Most types of publication produced by LIPI and BPPT are from journal articles and papers, each of 235 documents (49.79%) and 101 documents (21.40%) by LIPI and 71 documents (58.68%) and 42 documents (34.71%) by BPPT. LIPI researcher collaboration level was 0.82 and BPPT was 0.89. The most productive LIPI researcher in writing paper is Danny Hilman Natawidjaya (Geotechnology Research Center) with 31 scientific papers, while BPPT is Yusuf Surachman Djajadihardja with 34 scientific papers. The most dominant topic written by LIPI researcher is basic science or pure science i.e. 63.56%, with details: biology 131 documents (27.75%) followed by geology 121 documents (25.64%), chemistry 47 documents (9.96%) and mathematics 1 document (0.21%). The topic most widely written by BPPT researchers is the field of applied research i.e. 56.19% with the details: environment 33 (27.27%), engineering 27 (22.31%), biotechnology 5 (4.13%), food technology 2 (1.65%) and fisheries 1 document (0.83%). The relationship among the topics is shown in the line among the descriptors on each field. More relation lines among descriptors, the closer the relationships among documents.
MEWUJUDKAN PERPUSTAKAAN PERGURUAN TINGGI YANG RAMAH DIFABEL Isrowiyanti Isrowiyanti
BACA: JURNAL DOKUMENTASI DAN INFORMASI Vol 34, No 1 (2013): Juni
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This study aims to: 1) raise the institutions awareness about disabilities, especially the awareness in the university library that disability is a part of the academic society. The disabled people have the same rights for facilities and learning support services, therefore every university library should be inclusive and can serve user with disabilities; 2) university library should become disabilities-friendly. This study used literature study and also observation and interviews. The result of this study showed the elements which support university library to be disabilities-friendly namely facilities and infrastructure, human resource, and program socialization.
ANALISIS DIREKTORI PERPUSTAKAAN PERGURUAN TINGGI KRISTEN DI INDONESIA TAHUN 2012 Tri Margono
BACA: JURNAL DOKUMENTASI DAN INFORMASI Vol 34, No 1 (2013): Juni
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (144.89 KB) | DOI: 10.14203/j.baca.v34i1.174

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This study aims to determine: 1) the number of Indonesian Christian University Library based on provinces; 2) the number of collections based on titles and copies; 3) the number of digital collections; 4) the amount of budget provided; 5) the number of librarians in the library unit. The study used descriptive method. Data were obtained from Christian Library University Directory in Indonesia published by Petra Christian University in 2012 with ISBN 978-602-18143-07. There are 59 libraries listed. Analyzing data used Microsoft Excel 2007 and the result presented in the form of tables and figures. The study result are as follows: 1) East Java was the first rank province with 12 libraries (20,33%), DKI was in the second rank and had 10 libraries ( 16,95%). The third rank was West and Central Java with 7 libraries (11,86%); 2) The first rank for library size was West Java with 6.765 m2 (24,74%), Banten province was in the second place with 5.000 m2 (18,28%), and the third was East Java with 4.801 m2 (17, 56 %). 3) It is found that East Java is the most have number of collections with a total of 153.600 titles and secondly was DKI with a total of 91.312 titles and thirdly was Banten Province (71.529 titles or 2,47%). East Java was the first rank in the digital collection i.e.114.346 titles (67,52%), DKI in the second position with a total of 14.724 titles (14,59%) and in the third place was Central Java (15.292 titles or 9,02%); 4) Central Java had a total of 85 librarians (15,52%) in the first rank, the second rank was DKI with a total of 69 librarians (20,72%) and the third position was 53 librarians (15,91%); 5) DKI provided Rp. 848.251.247 (32,95%) in the first rank, while in the second rank was Banten province i.e. Rp. 600.000.000 (23,30%) and in the third rank was Eat Java (Rp. 461.408.050 or 17,92%). The conclusions were: 1) Each province in Indonesia has Christian University Library; 2) Each library has librarian, except in West Kalimantan Province; 3) West Kalimantan, South Kalimantan, East Kalimantan, Maluku, East Nusa Tenggara, Central Sulawesi and North Sulawesi do not have digital collection and they do not have some budget for purchasing collections in 2012.
MENGOLAH INFORMASI DALAM MEDIA INTERAKTIF MENGGUNAKAN APLIKASI SWISHMAX Edy Pranoto
BACA: JURNAL DOKUMENTASI DAN INFORMASI Vol 34, No 1 (2013): Juni
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Author tries to explain how to manage the scientific articles by using SwishMax application in this paper. Many navigations inside the program are described in this paper with some examples. This navigation will make users easy to find the information which is needed. The method of this paper is based on literature study. Some of the literatures were then analyzed to describe the advantages in the information processing on interactive media. Author also tries to describe how to make navigations requested by user.

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