FKIP – The Achievement Center of the Faculty of Teacher Training and Education (FKIP) Universitas Sebelas Maret (UNS) Surakarta together with the Families of Outstanding Students (Kamapres) FKIP UNS held the Achievement Class 4 webinar via Zoom Meeting on Saturday (6/8/2022).
The webinar was opened with remarks by Dr. Septi Yulisetiani, M.Pd., as the Head of the Student Affairs Unit FKIP UNS. In his speech, Dr. Septi said that the faculty really supports student achievement activities.
“From achievements, we can get prizes. Not the nominal seen, but the experience and certificates that are useful for us. In addition, we also received awards, not only from the organizers, but also from universities. Then, the achievements obtained can be used as a portfolio to apply for jobs or continue their studies. Prof. Slamet and the faculty leaders are very supportive of the achievement activities and very supportive so that students continue to have the spirit of achievement, “said Dr. Sept.
This webinar has the theme “Discussion on Scientific Writing Achievement”. The resource person presented at this webinar was Dji Hanafit as Mawapres 2 FKIP UNS 2021. At the beginning of the presentation, Dji explained the reason for the need to write.
“If we have an idea, we have an idea, but if we don’t write it down, we will forget it. By writing, we can hone soft skills. In addition, by writing we can go for a walk, namely when we participate in a competition,” said Dji.
According to Dji, writing is not difficult if you do it with pleasure, tenacity, practice, istiqomah, and perseverance. Next, Dji explains the definition of scientific writing. According to him, scientific writing is an essay that presents facts and is arranged properly and correctly.
“Scientific papers are scientific writings that present facts and are written with a good and correct writing methodology,” said Dji.
The purpose of scientific writing is explained by Dji with 5M, namely solving the problems studied, increasing knowledge according to the problems discussed, training to be able to write scientific papers properly and correctly, practicing thinking skills, and achieving certain goals.
Dji categorizes the types of scientific writing including articles, papers, working papers, theses, theses, papers, and dissertations.
Next, Dji presented sections of scientific papers consisting of titles, introductions, literature review, research methodology, discussion, closing, and bibliography, and explained in detail each section.
Dji’s presentation ended with his message to keep fighting.
“Fight while we still have a chance, because we are born as fighters who are then destined to be winners,” concluded Dji.
Reporter: Dwinanda Wuri Harsanti
Editor: Zalfaa Azalia Pursita