Research Focus

A. Managerial Competence / Management of Perpusinfo

  1. Library Management in Formal Education, Non-Formal Education, Informal Education, Public Library, and Special Library.
  2. Leadership at the Library in Formal Education, Non-Formal Education, Informal Education, Public Libraries, and Special Libraries.
  3. Planning at the Library in Formal Education, Non-Formal Education, Informal Education, Public Libraries, and Special Libraries.
  4. Implementation of the Library in Formal Education, Non-Formal Education, Informal Education, Public Library, and Special Library.
  5. Evaluation at the Library on Formal Education, Non-Formal Education, Informal Education, Public Libraries, and Special Libraries.
  6. New Paradigm in Library Management in Formal Education, Non-Formal Education, Informal Education, Public Library, and Special Library.

B. Competency of Perpusinfo Services

  1. Library Services in Formal Education (Elementary to College), Non-Formal Education, Informal Education, Public Library, and Special Library.
  2. Measurement of the Value of Contributions of Library Services in the Development of National Culture.
  3. TQM (Total Quality Management) Application Model for Libraries and Information Services.
  4. Effects of Technology Change, Universal Access, and End of Library Gait.
  5. Library Service Development Model for Reader Groups with Special Needs.
  6. The essence of “Libraries Without Walls”: Submission of Library Services for Remote Users.
  7. Library Service Design Based on Reader Needs: New Gap for Repositioning in the Library Environment.
  8. Model of Information Literacy Development for Non-Traditional Learners.
  9. Library Education and Academic Library.
  10. Librarians at the Hybrid Library in the 21st Century: “A Collaborative Service – Staffing Model”.
  11. Tips for Independent Service Providers in Hybrid Libraries.

C. Perpusinfo Processing Competence

  1. Processing Management in the Library of Formal Education, Non-Formal Education, Informal Education, Public Libraries, and Special Libraries.
  2. Library Service Quality Analysis Using the Lib-Qual Model.
  3. Librarian Competence Corresponding Using English: Collection Development Performance Through Online Booking;
  4. Small-scale Financial Allocation: A Challenge for the Library Acquisition Budget.
  5. Collection Development and Acquisition in Academic Libraries in Indonesia.
  6. Impact of Consortial Purchases on Acquisition of Library Collections.
  7. Fund Allocation of Library Materials and Information with Internal Constraints.
  8. Investigating Book Acquisition Problems.
  9. Decision Support System for Budget Acquisition Determination in the Library.
  10. Challenges for Libraries in the Form of Procurement of Quality Academic Journals.
  11. Librarian Competence Minimizes Irrelevant Collections with the Needs of the Study Program Curriculum.

D. Librarian Professional Development Competence

  1. Web-based Librarian Functional Information System Prototype Information System.
  2. The ratio of librarians to libraries in the Library of Formal Education, Non-Formal Education, Informal Education, Public Library, and Special Libraries.
  3. The ratio of Librarians with Service Points in the Library of Formal Education, Non-Formal Education, Informal Education, Public Libraries, and Special Libraries.
  4. Librarian Ratios with Collections in the Library of Formal Education, Non-Formal Education, Informal Education, Public Libraries, and Special Libraries.
  5. Composition of Expert Librarians, Skilled Librarians, and Library Management Personnel in the Library of Formal Education, Non-Formal Education, Informal Education, Public Libraries, and Special Libraries.
  6. Planning and Mutation of Librarian Functional Positions in the Library of Formal Education, Non-Formal Education, Informal Education, Public Libraries, and Special Libraries.
  7. Organizing Librarians in the Formal Education Library (Elementary School to College), Non Formal Education, Informal Education, Public Library, and Special Library.
  8. Librarian Career Development in the Library of Formal Education, Non-Formal Education, Informal Education, Public Libraries, and Special Libraries.
  9. Monitoring and Evaluation in the Library of Formal Education, Non-Formal Education, Informal Education, Public Libraries, and Special Libraries.
  10. The existence of a Librarian Functional Position Associated with Acquiring Cumulative Credit Figures by Conducting ICT-Based Activities.
  11. Librarian Education Insights.
  12. Librarian Work Ethics in Doing Services.
  13. Understanding of Professional Ethics.
  14. Interest in Reading Librarians.

E. Competence of ICT (Information and Communication Technology) / ICT in the Library

  1. The Media Development Model for Learning Classification with the ICT Approach.
  2. Cultivating ICTs in Library Services.
  3. ICT Teaching Methods for Users Through User Education.
  4. The Basis of Theory and ICT in Utilizing Information Sources in the Digital Library.
  5. Effectiveness of Learning Media Library-Based Software Courses.
  6. Independence of Online Researchers to Maximize Information Acquisition by Utilizing Boolean Search Facilities.
  7. Collection of Library Repository and Value of Enabling Searching Empowerment.
  8. Organigram Preparation Model at ICT-Based Service Point.