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Events and Awards

Events and Awards of the Johannes Oentoro Library

Reading Week at SLH Curug

Date     : 6th-9th November, 2017

Venue  : Sekolah Lentera Harapan Curug, Tangerang.


As a part of “Reading Week” event held by Sekolah Lentera Harapan Curug, The Johannes Oentoro Library team was invited to facilitate seminars and brought some collections for the book stand exhibition which is open for all students during the event. There are two seminars for different group of students. The seminar on “Hoax Awareness” was delivered for secondary school’s student (SMP and SMU), while the “Reading Interest” was organized for lower grade students (3-6 graders).

The main objectives of this event are to elevate student’s reading habit and develop the information literacy attitude as they learn how to choose the good reading, detect and filter the information wisely from various sources, on site (in a library) or online (internet) in order to produce the good academic writing.

More detail about the seminar, all secondary school students are invited to join a fun game about how to pass the information correctly in a group, watched the short presentation about avoiding hoax, and completed by giving reflection through a trivia quiz. Meanwhile in primary school the seminar was much more fun. Opened with a short video then continued with a short presentation and closed with a very enticing story telling. 

"Stop Plagiarism & Hoaxes"

Plagiarism & Reference Manager Mendeley Training

Date: 21th March - 24th March 2017

Venue: Computer Lab. Paddock

Description: Plagiarism is the practice of taking someone else's work or ideas and passing them off as one's own. In education, plagiarism is a threat to academic integrity. To address the problem, the Johannes Oentoro Library has been committed to educating both lecturers and students through plagiarism and reference manager training. The training explains the boundaries between plagiarism and academic integrity and how to prevent plagiarism. This year's training was attended by 52 lecturers and 68 students from various faculties.


"Stop Plagiarism & Hoaxes" Seminar

Date: 29th March 2017

Venue: The Johannes Oentoro Library

Description: To help eradicate plagiarism and hoaxes in higher education, especially in UPH, the Johannes Oentoro Library also held a seminar to increase the awareness and understanding of plagiarism and hoaxes. The speaker, Dr. Henry Soelistyo, Sh.H., LL.M., emphasized the importance of  avoiding plagiarism and hoaxes in writing scientific papers. Not only it will harm our academic integrity, there are consequences such as formal warnings, failure to pass the current course/program, and permanent exclusion from the university (PERMENDIKNAS No.17, 2010). He further explained that plagiarism and hoaxes violate intellectual ethics and honesty and are an act of fraud to society. The seminar was attended by 29 lecturers and 71 students.


"Guide to Getting Published in International Journals" Workshop

Date: 29th March 2017

Venue: The Johannes Oentoro Library

Description: On 29th March 2017, The Johannes Oentoro Library held a "Guide to Getting Published in International Journals" workshop. From 10.30 AM - 12.30 PM, Mr. Irwan Sukardi, Business Manager of Emerald Publishing Indonesia, shared tips and tricks with the participants on the second floor of The Johannes Oentoro Library. The workshop was attended by 22 lecturers and 5 students from various departments across UPH. It's aim was to provide guidelines so students and lecturers can write professional articles that are peer-reviewed and accepted for publication by international journals.


"Education for Papua" Charity

Education is important to build a prosperous society. In addition to the "Stop Plagiarism & Hoaxes" campaign, as an act of support for education in areas that are still struggling with education, the Johannes Oentoro Library did a fundraise by selling t-shirts. The collected funds will be donated for education in Papua. Please contact us if you would like donate.

Scientific Paper Competition - "STOP PLAGIARISM AND HOAXES"

Date: 13th February - 22nd March 2017
Venue: The Johannes Oentoro Library




First Winner Novia Hoki A. (Teachers College -  00000004680)

Second Winner Yohanes Dwi Nugroho (Teachers College -  00000018361)

Third Winner Yulita Laurensia (Biologi -  00000004817)

Favourite Winner Richard Addyanto (UPH College -  1617100307)

Favourite Winner Michelle Amelia Yuswandi (Biology -  00000009620)

Favourite Winner Sannia City (Biology -  00000025594)





T-Shirt Design Competition - "STOP PLAGIARISM AND HOAXES"

Date: 13th February - 17th March 2017

Venue: The Johannes Oentoro Library




Main Winner  Joshua Kevin Setiawan  (Product Design - 00000006708)

Favourite Winner Yoshua Mailoa ( International Relations - 00000009468)

Favourite Winner Michelle Alviana  (Hospitality & Tourism - 1305003426)

Favourite Winner Novatri Gayang Pakan (Communication - 00000021766)

Favourite Winner Kinanti A. Widhitami (Biology - 00000017805)

Favourite Winner Gabrielle Midian S. (Communication - 00000021150)