Teaching

This section showcases my academic background, teaching experiences from 2019 to present, and supervisory roles from 2022 onwards. It details my educational qualifications, highlights the courses I've taught, and outlines my mentorship of undergraduate and master's students. Through this overview, you will gain insight into my academic contributions, teaching philosophy, and dedication to nurturing future generation.

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Academic background

Undergraduate

2008-2013

Completed a bachelor's degree in library science, Department of Library and Information Science, Faculty of Humanities, Universitas Indonesia (S.Hum)

Master's

2013-2015

Completed a master's degree in library, information and media studies, Graduate School of Library, Information and Media Studies, University of Tsukuba (M.Sc)

Doctoral

2015-2019

Completed a doctoral degree in library, information and media studies, Graduate School of Library, Information and Media Studies, University of Tsukuba (Ph.D)

Student Exchange Program

Keio University (2011-2012)

Teaching

Class is what we never talk about in academia. 

I remember going to lunch with another grad student and having to spend my entire week's food budget on a bowl of soup at this fancy place she chose. That was the last time I accepted a lunch invitation.


-Juana Maria Rodriguez on academicssay.

2024

2023/2024 Term 1
Undergraduate Program Courses

Master's Program Course


2023/2024 Term 2
Undergraduate Program Courses

Master's Program Courses

2023

2022/2023 Term 1  

Undergraduate Program Courses


Master's Program Course


2022/2023 Term 2  

Undergraduate Program Courses


Master's Program Course

2022

2021/2022 Term 1  

Undergraduate Program Courses


Master's Program Courses


2021/2022 Term 2  

Undergraduate Program Courses


Master's Program Course

2021

2020/2021 Term 1  

Undergraduate Program Courses


Master's Program Courses


2020/2021 Term 2  

Undergraduate Program Courses


Master's Program Course

2020

2018/2019 Term 2  

Master's Program Courses


2019/2020 Term 1  

Undergraduate Program Courses


2019/2020 Term 2  

Undergraduate Program Courses

Our online classroom walls adorned with students' messages of thanks, a testament to the enduring spirit of learning and connection during the Covid pandemic.

Celebrating the return to in-person learning for our undergraduate, reconnecting faces, ideas, and hearts in our hallowed halls.

Our graduate programs embrace the vibrancy of offline teaching, reigniting passionate discussions and collaborative learning in every lecture.

A collection of sincere 'thank you' notes from students, reflecting the profound impact of teaching and learning together through the screen in challenging times.

Supervising

Ing ngarso sung tulodo, ing madyo mangun karso, tut wuri handayani.

Lead by example at the forefront, foster enthusiasm in the middle, and offer encouragement from behind.

Di depan memberi contoh, di tengah membangun semangat, di belakang memberi dorongan.


-Ki Hajar Dewantara

2024

Term 1

Undergraduate Student




Magister Student


2023

Term 1

Undergraduate Students


Term 2

Undergraduate Student


Magister Student


Exploring the digital shelf

In a succinct exploration into the iPusnas app's user experience, research led by my student, Aditia, in collaboration with an Associate Professor from the Psychology Faculty at Universitas Indonesia, delves into its use by students, workers, and housewives. This study, presented at the International Conference on Asian Digital Libraries (ICADL 2023), employs a mixed-method approach, highlighting areas for improvement in effectiveness, efficiency, and satisfaction. Despite varied user satisfaction levels, with students showing lower satisfaction, it provides critical insights for enhancing digital library services. 

2022

Term 1

Undergraduate Students


Magister Student


Term 2

Undergraduate Students



Magister Student


Empowering health & well-being through academia

In a pioneering study led by Dita Garnita, my master's student, alongside co-authors Hideo Joho, and Abdul Kadir, we explore Universitas Indonesia's student projects and their alignment with Sustainable Development Goal (SDG) 3, Good Health and Well-being. This thesis extends traditional bibliometric analyses to include a broad spectrum of academic efforts, highlighting the university's commitment to health and education within the SDG framework. Dita's work, focusing on the past decade's projects, illuminates the diverse research themes and the significant role of libraries in supporting SDG-related research in Indonesia. This study not only showcases the valuable contributions of student research to global goals but also aims to motivate young scholars towards SDG-focused research endeavors.

Yulistiana Prasetya's paper

Showcase for Farhan's paper

Syahrani Nur Azizah's paper

Fauzan Eka Kusuma's paper

Showcase for Intan's paper