Date: Saturday, 3rd September 2016
Venue: The Johannes Oentoro Library - 4th floor
Description: Semiloka Perpustakaan Gereja is an annual community service held by The Johannes Oentoro library to train church's stewards in managing their own library. Furthermore, this year the instructors for semiloka taught 2 classes, basic and advanced.
Semiloka 2016 is particularly special with the launching of "Perpustakaan Gereja Berbasis SLiMS" book that helps equip the church stewards to manage library. It was launched by the UPH Press and The Johannes Oentoro Library.
It is essential to provide literature readings for the church congregation in helping their faith grow. Recognising the need of competent people to administer and manage the library, consequently The Johannes Oentoro Library then collaborated with GKI Gading Serpong for the common cause. The event attended by 10 institutions, church and school alike, such as GKI Anugerah, GKI Jatiasih, GKI Gading Serpong, GKI Perniagaan, GKI Samanhudi, GKI Serpong, GKY Mangga Besar, BPK Penabur, Sekolah Kristen Gamaliel, and Yayasan Matahati.
Date: Monday - Thursday, 1st - 4th August 2016
Venue: The Johannes Oentoro Library - 4th Floor & UPH Paddock Lab 201
Description: SNI, SNP & SKKNI issued some standards that librarians must posses information literacy competencies, especially for those who work in higher education institutions. In fact, a research showed that the information literacy competencies of 26 universities under Kopertis III region are noticeably low. Consequently the need to hold training for trainers (TOT) is on the rise. Thus, the Johannes Oentoro Library, FPPTI Pusat and FPPTI DKI Jakarta collaborated to hold a four-day training to equip librarians in a national scale with information literacy competencies.
Training materials consists of an introduction of information literacy, identification of information needs, synthesis, ethics and legal information, training need analysis, curriculum development and training evaluation, and using online-based presentation. Those materials furthermore shaped the big two competencies of information literacy, i.e. basic information literacy competency and basic pedagogy competency. This four-day training also included seminars, workshops and micro-teaching classes and facilitated by distinguished guest speakers and trainers such as:
1. Dra. Luki Wijayanti SIP., M.Hum. - University of Indonesia
2. Dra. Kalarensi Naibaho, M.Hum. - University of Indonesia
3. M. Prabu Wibowo, M.Sc. - University of Indonesia
4. Imam Budi, S.S. - BINUS University
5. Drs. Rosa Widiawan, M.Lib. - LIPI (Lembaga Ilmu Pengetahuan Indonesia/Indonesian Institute of Sciences)
6. Dr. Nancy Sussiana, M.Pd. - Surya University
7. Ir. Tikno Insufie, M.Pd. - Pelita Harapan University
8. Dra. Esterina Jonatan, M.Sc. - Pelita Harapan University
9. Dhama Gustiar Baskoro, SS., M.Pd. - Pelita Harapan University
Fifty-three librarians and as many forty-three institutions, both government and non-government attended this TOT from across Indonesia, such as Pudisklat Mineral Batubara Bandung, Direktur Jendral Ketenagalistrikan, Perpustakaan DPR, Universitas Al-Azhar, Universitas Atmajaya, Universitas Kristen Petra Surabaya, Universitas Negeri Jakarta, Universitas Riau, Universitas Siliwangi Tasikmalaya, UPT Perpustakaan Unsyiah Aceh, Universitas Negeri Semarang and Universitas Negeri Yogyakarta.
Date : 21st-23rd March 2016
Venue : The Johannes Oentoro Library
Description : Universitas Pelita Harapan (UPH) became the first university or non-museum institution to exhibit collections from National Museum Gallery! The collections were featured in the Insight Week 2016 Exhibition, held by BEM UPH in cooperation with The Johannes Oentoro Library. There were 10 National Museum collections of historical objects displayed. The items selected fit with the "Explore Indonesia" theme. Besides the exhibition from the National Museum Gallery, Insight Week activities included interesting knowledge games, a photo competition, a photo spot on the 2nd floor of the library, and a creative writing workshop and contest.
There are media covering the event, such as :
TV : Reported on Berita Satu and aired 2 times; 1 on the night of 24th April (Berita Malam) and 1 on the morning of the 25th (Berita Pagi)
Radio : Friends Radio (friendsradio.id)
Online: mediabanten.com, tangerangsatu.com, jakartaglobe.beritasatu.com, kabanten.com, tangerang.metropolitan.com, antarafoto.com, tangerangnews.com, dan kebudayaan.kemdikbud.co.id
Dates : 16th March 2016
Venue : 2nd floor of the library
Description : BI Corner is a reading corner provided by the Bank of Indonesia through their Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) program entitled 'Smart Indonesia' with the goal of educating the public. BI’s target is to build 1000 "BI Corner" units all across Indonesia. There are currently 25 units in the greater Jakarta area with one of them at Universitas Pelita Harapan's (UPH) The Johannes Oentoro Library. The facility, was inaugurated on the 16th of March 2016 by UPH Rector Dr. (Hon) Jonathan L. Parapak and Bank Indonesia representative Arbonas Hutabarat, Director of Bank Indonesia Communication Department, and . The BI Corner is located on the 2nd floor of the Library on the UPH campus, Lippo Village, Karawaci Tangerang,