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  • Open Access Indonesian
    Authors: 
    Alqiz Lukman; Ghilman Assilmi; Ide Nada Imandiharja;
    Publisher: Balai Arkeologi Maluku

    Teknologi terkini, seperti fotografi digital, pemindai 3D, dan augmented reality, memberikan alternatif dalam upaya pelestarian situs warisan budaya. Fokus pembahasan dalam artikel ini adalah kelanjutan wacana tentang manfaat pelestarian berbasis digital berdasarkan penerapan pada Proyek Depok Lama. Depok adalah kota yang terletak di Provinsi Jawa Barat yang memiliki beragam jenis bangunan masa kolonial, antara lain permukiman penduduk, gereja, dan jembatan. Namun, studi terbaru menunjukkan hampir 75% bangunan kolonial telah dihancurkan sepanjang satu dasawarsa terakhir akibat aktivitas pembangunan kota dan modernisasi yang cepat. Kami membangun proyek untuk melakukan digitalisasi sejumlah objek warisan budaya di Depok untuk mencegah perusakan lebih lanjut dan membangun informasi tentang pentingnya objek bangunan kolonial kepada publik melalui media digital. Proyek ini merupakan kegiatan multidisiplin yang melibatkan arkeolog, sejarawan, pakar IT, dan masyarakat setempat dalam menciptakan database sistem interaktif mengenai bangunan cagar budaya di Depok. Empat studi dilakukan untuk mengembangkan Proyek Depok Lama, yaitu studi informasi konten, studi perspektif pengguna, konstruksi kerangka desain situs web, dan studi evaluasi. Studi pertama dilakukan untuk mengumpulkan informasi mengenai bangunan bersejarah di Depok Lama. Studi kedua dilakukan untuk menyelidiki presentasi informasi yang disukai oleh pengguna. Studi ketiga berkaitan dengan pengembangan prototipe situs web berdasarkan data dari studi sebelumnya. Studi terakhir adalah untuk mengevaluasi dan meningkatkan prototipe situs web. Hasil menunjukkan bahwa digitalisasi warisan budaya tidak hanya berguna untuk pelestarian tetapi juga mendorong keterlibatan publik dan memfasilitasi materi pengetahuan budaya. New technologies, such as digital photography, 3D scanner, and augmented reality, provide an alternative to preserve heritage sites. The focal point for this article is to continue the discourse on the advantages of digital preservation based on our work in Depok, called Depok Lama Project. Depok is a city located in West Java Province that has many colonial buildings, such as residential settlements, churches, and bridges. However, a recent study shows almost 75% of colonial buildings have been demolished over the last decade due to city development and rapid modernization. We created a project to digitize the cultural heritage in Depok to prevent further destruction and encourage the importance of the buildings to the public through digital media. This project is a multidisciplinary project that involved archaeologists, historians, IT experts, and the local community in creating an interactive system database regarding heritage buildings in Depok. Four studies were carried out to develop the Depok Lama Project, namely content information study, end-user perspective study, website design framework construction, and evaluation study. The first study was used to collect information regarding the historical buildings at the Old Depok. The second study was conducted to investigate the information presentation preferred by the end-users. The third study concerned the development of a website prototype based on data from previous studies. The final study was to evaluate and enhance the website prototype. The results show that the cultural heritage digitization is not only useful for preservation but also for public engagement and facilitate cultural learning.

  • Open Access Indonesian
    Authors: 
    Jaxongir, O. (Olimov); Aziz, M. (Meliboyev);
    Publisher: Research Parks Publishing
    Country: Indonesia

    The study of the history of forestry in Uzbekistan is one of the goals of the environmental policy of the Republic of Uzbekistan, and the work done and achievements in this area have an important political and practical significance. This article examines the role and importance of state archival sources in the study of the history of forestry in Uzbekistan.

  • Other research product . 2022
    Open Access Indonesian
    Authors: 
    Akmal, S. (Safarov); Mamlakat, K. (Kadirova);
    Publisher: Novateur Publication
    Country: Indonesia

    This article discusses the policy of collectivization in agriculture. It also analyzes the rapid growth of cotton fields as a result of collectivization.

  • Open Access Indonesian
    Authors: 
    Nur Intan Mangunsong; Rini Fitri; Qurrotu ‘Aini Besila;
    Publisher: Universitas Medan Area

    The existence of the city park is important for Jakarta as a metropolitan city with the current activity level of motor vehicles and air pollution greatly affects the quality of the city environment. The selection of vegetation in Mataram Merah park considered functional aspects and aesthetic values . The objective of this study were to determine the composition and type of vegetation landscape in Mataram Merah park and to determine the function of each type of landscape vegetation in Mataram Merah park. This study used a descriptive qualitative method with several stages, which is survey; identification of the name and type of vegetation; size identification; identification of the type of vegetation making up the composition (name of type and size that makes up the vegetation structure). The results showed that Mataram Merah park was generally planted with vegetation that functioned aesthetically rather than functionally. The function of landscape plants in Mataram Merah park were as aesthetics is 96.55%, as controlling view as much as 13.80%, vegetation function as physical barrier as much as 62.07%, plants as controlling erosion 51.72%, function of plants as controlling climate 13.79% and vegetation function for wildlife as much as 17.24%.

  • Open Access Indonesian
    Authors: 
    Tiwi Bina Affanti;
    Publisher: Institut Seni Indonesia Surakarta

    Title of research: “Existence of Batik Kliwonan”. The research focused on: (1) appearance of pembatikan at rural area of Bengawan Solo (Kliwonan, Sidodadi, Pilang, Jabung, and Gedongan residence); and (2) dynamics of batik business by Batik Kliwonan communities. Cultural and historical approaches were used to solve these case that related to batik activities at rural area of Bengawan Solo (Sragen) until dynamics of Batik it self. It needs theories that related some cultures (river, farmer and aristocrat, cultural result and social-cultural) and histories to solve them. Research strategy tends to be descriptive research, with single case study. Data collected was qualitative data, which was used based on the informant, batik products, documents, also places and activities of making batik. Some technics of data collecting which were used are interview, observations and study about document. Research results were: (1) Existence of batik at rural area of Bengawan Solo–Sragen was affected by river as medium of transportation and trade, need for pembatik at urban area, water as supporter in processing batik, and Sragen society need part time job; (2) dynamics of batik begin from craftman history, from employee until be owner of batik enterpreneur called Batik Kliwonan. When Batik Kliwonan specified as tourism target, its image was built by creative and visual strategies. Keywords: Batik, Kliwonan, Sragen

  • Open Access Indonesian
    Authors: 
    Nurul Fajeriana; Muhammad Arifin Abd Kadir;
    Publisher: Universitas Medan Area

    North Polombangkeng District is one of the districts in Takalar Regency, South Sulawesi, where 44% of the total land area of 9495 ha out of 21225 ha are steeply sloped areas. Therefore we need a policy direction on the arrangement of the use of conservation areas to support the sustainability of the existing environment in the form of mapping conservation area plans. This study uses a soil survey method and evaluation of land capability. Physical Factors the environment is a limiting factor in determining land use policy, namely slope factors, soil sensitivity to erosion, and rainfall intensity. The research shows that Barugayya Village, Towata Village, and Kampung Baru Village are included in class IV land grade classification and Ko'mara Village in Class VI. At the same time, the Scoring Assessment of Physical Environmental Factors in Forest Areas has a range of values ranging from 160 to 215, the area of which is planned to be a conservation area. Determination of Conservation Area refers to the function criteria of forest area based on the scoring System of the Minister of Agriculture Regulation in Minister of Agriculture Decree No. 837/Kits/Um/11/80.

  • Open Access Indonesian
    Authors: 
    Defina Defina; Yumna Rasyid; Sakura Ridwan; Kalema Christopher; Otaigo Elisha; Mohamedalhabieb Alhafiz Mohamed Alnour;
    Publisher: Sekolah Tinggi Keguruan dan Ilmu Pendidikan (STKIP) PGRI Sumatera Barat

    This study aims to produce a product model of integrative content-based Indonesian teaching syllabus and material in agriculture specifically for level A2 non-native speakers. The method is research and development. Through this initial effort, the syllabus and teaching materials were designed and then validated by experts, followed by revision I, draft II, revision II, design III, effectiveness test, revision III, and final product. The results revealed a high expert validation of draft I, and the effectivity test for db = 7 and α = 0.05 results in ttabel = t(0.05;7)= 1.895, and thit = 14.16235844, leading to acceptance of H1. Based on the research and development results, it can be concluded that the produced syllabus and teaching materials have been effective. This research implies that the syllabus and teaching materials developed can be applied in BIPA IPB and other BIPA with specific objectives in agriculture.

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  • Open Access Indonesian
    Authors: 
    Alqiz Lukman; Ghilman Assilmi; Ide Nada Imandiharja;
    Publisher: Balai Arkeologi Maluku

    Teknologi terkini, seperti fotografi digital, pemindai 3D, dan augmented reality, memberikan alternatif dalam upaya pelestarian situs warisan budaya. Fokus pembahasan dalam artikel ini adalah kelanjutan wacana tentang manfaat pelestarian berbasis digital berdasarkan penerapan pada Proyek Depok Lama. Depok adalah kota yang terletak di Provinsi Jawa Barat yang memiliki beragam jenis bangunan masa kolonial, antara lain permukiman penduduk, gereja, dan jembatan. Namun, studi terbaru menunjukkan hampir 75% bangunan kolonial telah dihancurkan sepanjang satu dasawarsa terakhir akibat aktivitas pembangunan kota dan modernisasi yang cepat. Kami membangun proyek untuk melakukan digitalisasi sejumlah objek warisan budaya di Depok untuk mencegah perusakan lebih lanjut dan membangun informasi tentang pentingnya objek bangunan kolonial kepada publik melalui media digital. Proyek ini merupakan kegiatan multidisiplin yang melibatkan arkeolog, sejarawan, pakar IT, dan masyarakat setempat dalam menciptakan database sistem interaktif mengenai bangunan cagar budaya di Depok. Empat studi dilakukan untuk mengembangkan Proyek Depok Lama, yaitu studi informasi konten, studi perspektif pengguna, konstruksi kerangka desain situs web, dan studi evaluasi. Studi pertama dilakukan untuk mengumpulkan informasi mengenai bangunan bersejarah di Depok Lama. Studi kedua dilakukan untuk menyelidiki presentasi informasi yang disukai oleh pengguna. Studi ketiga berkaitan dengan pengembangan prototipe situs web berdasarkan data dari studi sebelumnya. Studi terakhir adalah untuk mengevaluasi dan meningkatkan prototipe situs web. Hasil menunjukkan bahwa digitalisasi warisan budaya tidak hanya berguna untuk pelestarian tetapi juga mendorong keterlibatan publik dan memfasilitasi materi pengetahuan budaya. New technologies, such as digital photography, 3D scanner, and augmented reality, provide an alternative to preserve heritage sites. The focal point for this article is to continue the discourse on the advantages of digital preservation based on our work in Depok, called Depok Lama Project. Depok is a city located in West Java Province that has many colonial buildings, such as residential settlements, churches, and bridges. However, a recent study shows almost 75% of colonial buildings have been demolished over the last decade due to city development and rapid modernization. We created a project to digitize the cultural heritage in Depok to prevent further destruction and encourage the importance of the buildings to the public through digital media. This project is a multidisciplinary project that involved archaeologists, historians, IT experts, and the local community in creating an interactive system database regarding heritage buildings in Depok. Four studies were carried out to develop the Depok Lama Project, namely content information study, end-user perspective study, website design framework construction, and evaluation study. The first study was used to collect information regarding the historical buildings at the Old Depok. The second study was conducted to investigate the information presentation preferred by the end-users. The third study concerned the development of a website prototype based on data from previous studies. The final study was to evaluate and enhance the website prototype. The results show that the cultural heritage digitization is not only useful for preservation but also for public engagement and facilitate cultural learning.

  • Open Access Indonesian
    Authors: 
    Jaxongir, O. (Olimov); Aziz, M. (Meliboyev);
    Publisher: Research Parks Publishing
    Country: Indonesia

    The study of the history of forestry in Uzbekistan is one of the goals of the environmental policy of the Republic of Uzbekistan, and the work done and achievements in this area have an important political and practical significance. This article examines the role and importance of state archival sources in the study of the history of forestry in Uzbekistan.

  • Other research product . 2022
    Open Access Indonesian
    Authors: 
    Akmal, S. (Safarov); Mamlakat, K. (Kadirova);
    Publisher: Novateur Publication
    Country: Indonesia

    This article discusses the policy of collectivization in agriculture. It also analyzes the rapid growth of cotton fields as a result of collectivization.

  • Open Access Indonesian
    Authors: 
    Nur Intan Mangunsong; Rini Fitri; Qurrotu ‘Aini Besila;
    Publisher: Universitas Medan Area

    The existence of the city park is important for Jakarta as a metropolitan city with the current activity level of motor vehicles and air pollution greatly affects the quality of the city environment. The selection of vegetation in Mataram Merah park considered functional aspects and aesthetic values . The objective of this study were to determine the composition and type of vegetation landscape in Mataram Merah park and to determine the function of each type of landscape vegetation in Mataram Merah park. This study used a descriptive qualitative method with several stages, which is survey; identification of the name and type of vegetation; size identification; identification of the type of vegetation making up the composition (name of type and size that makes up the vegetation structure). The results showed that Mataram Merah park was generally planted with vegetation that functioned aesthetically rather than functionally. The function of landscape plants in Mataram Merah park were as aesthetics is 96.55%, as controlling view as much as 13.80%, vegetation function as physical barrier as much as 62.07%, plants as controlling erosion 51.72%, function of plants as controlling climate 13.79% and vegetation function for wildlife as much as 17.24%.

  • Open Access Indonesian
    Authors: 
    Tiwi Bina Affanti;
    Publisher: Institut Seni Indonesia Surakarta

    Title of research: “Existence of Batik Kliwonan”. The research focused on: (1) appearance of pembatikan at rural area of Bengawan Solo (Kliwonan, Sidodadi, Pilang, Jabung, and Gedongan residence); and (2) dynamics of batik business by Batik Kliwonan communities. Cultural and historical approaches were used to solve these case that related to batik activities at rural area of Bengawan Solo (Sragen) until dynamics of Batik it self. It needs theories that related some cultures (river, farmer and aristocrat, cultural result and social-cultural) and histories to solve them. Research strategy tends to be descriptive research, with single case study. Data collected was qualitative data, which was used based on the informant, batik products, documents, also places and activities of making batik. Some technics of data collecting which were used are interview, observations and study about document. Research results were: (1) Existence of batik at rural area of Bengawan Solo–Sragen was affected by river as medium of transportation and trade, need for pembatik at urban area, water as supporter in processing batik, and Sragen society need part time job; (2) dynamics of batik begin from craftman history, from employee until be owner of batik enterpreneur called Batik Kliwonan. When Batik Kliwonan specified as tourism target, its image was built by creative and visual strategies. Keywords: Batik, Kliwonan, Sragen

  • Open Access Indonesian
    Authors: 
    Nurul Fajeriana; Muhammad Arifin Abd Kadir;
    Publisher: Universitas Medan Area

    North Polombangkeng District is one of the districts in Takalar Regency, South Sulawesi, where 44% of the total land area of 9495 ha out of 21225 ha are steeply sloped areas. Therefore we need a policy direction on the arrangement of the use of conservation areas to support the sustainability of the existing environment in the form of mapping conservation area plans. This study uses a soil survey method and evaluation of land capability. Physical Factors the environment is a limiting factor in determining land use policy, namely slope factors, soil sensitivity to erosion, and rainfall intensity. The research shows that Barugayya Village, Towata Village, and Kampung Baru Village are included in class IV land grade classification and Ko'mara Village in Class VI. At the same time, the Scoring Assessment of Physical Environmental Factors in Forest Areas has a range of values ranging from 160 to 215, the area of which is planned to be a conservation area. Determination of Conservation Area refers to the function criteria of forest area based on the scoring System of the Minister of Agriculture Regulation in Minister of Agriculture Decree No. 837/Kits/Um/11/80.

  • Open Access Indonesian
    Authors: 
    Defina Defina; Yumna Rasyid; Sakura Ridwan; Kalema Christopher; Otaigo Elisha; Mohamedalhabieb Alhafiz Mohamed Alnour;
    Publisher: Sekolah Tinggi Keguruan dan Ilmu Pendidikan (STKIP) PGRI Sumatera Barat

    This study aims to produce a product model of integrative content-based Indonesian teaching syllabus and material in agriculture specifically for level A2 non-native speakers. The method is research and development. Through this initial effort, the syllabus and teaching materials were designed and then validated by experts, followed by revision I, draft II, revision II, design III, effectiveness test, revision III, and final product. The results revealed a high expert validation of draft I, and the effectivity test for db = 7 and α = 0.05 results in ttabel = t(0.05;7)= 1.895, and thit = 14.16235844, leading to acceptance of H1. Based on the research and development results, it can be concluded that the produced syllabus and teaching materials have been effective. This research implies that the syllabus and teaching materials developed can be applied in BIPA IPB and other BIPA with specific objectives in agriculture.