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    American Spaces Indonesia Annual Workshop 2017

    American Spaces are the key overseas platforms for engaging local audiences and conducting face-to-face public diplomacy. The global network of more than 700 American Spaces includes both U.S. government-owned and operated spaces as well as partnership spaces, operated by local institutions.

    In Indonesia, there are 12 American Spaces: 9 American Corners at UNAND, UIN Jakarta, ITB, UIN Semarang, UMY, UNAIR, UMM, UNTAN, and UNPATTI; MyAmerica Jakarta, MyAmerica Surabaya and @america.


    At the completion of the course, participants will be able to:

    • Develop a strategic plan for your American Space that sets out clear objectives linked to foreign policy goals and addresses how the physical space, technology, programming, desired projects and/or administration will support achievement of the objectives
    • Create and implement audience-focused digital content and in-person programming that reinforces the U.S. foreign policy goals and objectives for the Spaces
    • Design and implement a programmatic series that directly addresses top policy priorities for the Spaces
    • Explore tools, resources and methodology for effective outreach and engagement

    Trainers and Participants

    1. Scott Hartmann, Regional Information Resource Officer for Maritime Southeast Asia and the Pacific Island
    2. Oktiviane Sinaga , MyAmerica Jakarta Director
    3. Grace Hutasoit , MyAmerica Jakarta Deputy Director
    4. Endang Sri Nuryanti, MyAmerica Jakarta Reference Librarian
    5. Christian Simanullang, MyAmerica Surabaya Director
    6. Aurelia Augustine – Information Specialist
    7. Brenda Susanto, @america, Program Assistant
    8. Dani Budiawan, @america, Program Assistant
    9. Curtis Johnson, @america, Senior Manager
    10. Wiwiek Rukmi Dwi Astuti, AC Universitas Andalas, Padang
    11. Robi Kurnia, AC Universitas Andalas, Padang
    12. Helmi Hidayat, AC UIN Syarif Hidayatullah Jakarta
    13. Risma Itawari , AC UIN Syarif Hidayatullah Jakarta
    14. Yoka Adam Nugrahaa, S.Sos., AC Institut Teknologi Bandung
    15. Dwina F. Shidiq, S.Sos., AC Institut Teknologi Bandung
    16. Lusia Marliana Nurani, Ph.D, AC Institut Teknologi Bandung
    17. Miswan, S.Ag, SIP, M.Hum, AC UIN Semarang
    18. Lina Sugiarti, AC UIN Semarang
    19. Puthut Ardianto, AC Universitas Muhammadiyah Yogyakarta
    20. Ananda Taqwa, AC Universitas Muhammadiyah Yogyakarta
    21. Agung Budi Kristiawan, AC Universitas Airlangga, Surabaya
    22. Wahyuni, AC Universitas Airlangga, Surabaya
    23. Ahmad Habib,M.A, AC Universitas Muhammadiyah Malang
    24. Heru Wibowo, S.Pd.,Universitas Muhammadiyah Malang
    25. Stella Prancisca, S.Pd.,M.Pd, AC Universitas Tanjungpura, Pontianak
    26. Sukarti, AC Universitas Tanjungpura, Pontianak
    27. Christian Albert Lewier, AC Universitas Pattimura, Ambon
    28. Lely Hendrikus, AC Universitas Pattimura, Ambon
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    Dalam rangka menjalin silaturahmi antar Forum Perpustakaan Perguruan Tinggi Tingkat Daerah dan untuk meningkatkan kerjasama antar Perpustakaan Perguruan Tinggi, Forum Perpustakaan Perguruan Tinggi Indonesia Wilayah DKI Jakarta bermaksud melakukan kunjungan kerja ke UPT Perpustakaan ITB yang akan dilaksanakan pada hari Kamis, 16 November 2017. Peserta kunjungan terdiri dari pengurus dan anggota FPPTI DKI Jakarta.

  • 24


    Pelatihan internal pengelola Perpustakaan ITB mengenai pemanfaatan EBSCO Discovery Service (EDS) bersama Training Specialist EBSCO Malaysia, Ms. Chiew Boon.

    EDS menyediakan pencarian yang cepat dan efisien melalui satu kotak pencarian. Akses EDS ITB dilink

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    Women Empowerment Series 2017 / 2018: Spreading and Perpetuating the Spirit of Philanthropy.

    Activity: Discussion on women philanthropists in Indonesia and “Book Drop Donation Box” Launch.


    • Sophie Dewayani, Ph.D.(Writer, Co-Founder of Litara Foundation, University of Illinois at Urbana-Campaign Alumnus; Fulbright Alumnus)
    • Elis Ratna Suminar (Literacy Activist – Angkot Pustaka)

    Objectives: To acknowledge Women’s voices in philanthropy.

    Topics of Discussion:
    (1) To show to public that women are influential figures in philanthropic activities
    (2) To educate public that women can participate and channel their goodwill in any activities in line with their passion
    (3) To improve public awareness about the necessity of having more women to partake in philanthropic activities .

    Target Participants: College students, literacy enthusiasts, gender activists, philanthropist, and public

    Program Timeline/Date of Implementation:
    Thursday. November, 30 2017 at 2 – 4 PM


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