E3S Web Conf.
Volume 202, 2020The 5th International Conference on Energy, Environmental and Information System (ICENIS 2020)
|Number of page(s)||7|
|Section||Environmental Policy, Planning and Education|
|Published online||10 November 2020|
The Information Literacy Mapping on Community Empowerment Program in the Coastal Community in Semarang
Department of Library Science, Faculty of Humanities, Diponegoro University, Semarang - Indonesia
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The aims of this research is to mapping the information literacy of the coastal community in Semarang. The mapping consists of the availability and absorption of sources of information, the pattern of society in using information and access to sources of information, and regulatory support for the city government. The second objective is to conduct information literacy mapping on women's groups in coastal communities, related to information on women's empowerment programs from the Semarang city government. In this study, there were four aspects that were mapped. The first aspect is planning activities, implementation activities, benefit taking, and evaluation. The research design used in this study is sequential exploratory, which is collecting and analyzing qualitative data then collecting and analyzing quantitative data. The research design used in this study is sequential exploratory, which consist of collecting and analyzing qualitative data followed by collecting and analyzing quantitative data. Data for this research collected in Mangunharjo Coastal Village, in Tugu City District, Semarang. Data collection is done through a focus group discussion and questionnaires, random sampling interview, and observation. The data analysis technique is done by combining quantitative analysis of data obtained from questionnaires and qualitative data analysis for data obtained from observations and, library study for mapping models. The results showed that the culture of information literacy in coastal communities in the study locations was good. In the first aspect, the availability and the use of information sources at the research location, it shows low score. Whereas in the second aspect, community activities in using information and access to sources of information, shows a bad condition. And in the third aspect, Semarang government regulation support for information literacy programs shows a good condition. Furthermore, the results of research information literacy in terms of women's empowerment programs, starting from the planning, implementation, benefit taking, and program evaluation phases, are categorized as positive.
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