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Toward the National Seminar, IGOV Hello Research Prepares Its Members

Yogyakarta (24/10) – Etymologically, the word seminar comes from the Latin “seminarium” which means “land where to plant seeds”. From this literal meaning, seminars are defined as a form of academic teaching, usually organized by universities or organizations. In its full definition, a seminar is a meeting of a group of people to discuss and find solutions to a problem led by an expert as a speaker. This seminar activity is an effort to share knowledge or insights from one or several experts with seminar participants who need such knowledge/insight. In a series of seminars, in addition to resource persons who provide explanations about the topics being discussed, seminar participants can also conduct a question and answer interactions with resource persons who act as experts in their fields. So, after the seminar is over, seminar participants can go home with new knowledge or insights, or even solutions related to the topics discussed.

In line with this, IGOV Hello Research prepares its members to take part in National Seminar activities held by Government Science, Universitas Muhamadiyah Lampung with the theme “Peluang dan Tantangan Mewujudkan Go-Digital Dalam Tata Kelola Pemerintahan”. The meeting was held on Sunday, October 23, 2022, at Caffe Ada Sarang, Yogyakarta. In addition, the meeting was held for weekly IGOV Hello Research activities which discussed such as, how to determine topics, how to make literature reviews, and make conclusions. IGOV Hello Research plans to send 7 IGOV students for National Seminar activities, as stated by Satria Imam Prasetyo, S.IP., as a mentor from IGOV Hello Research.

“The plan is that IGOV Hello Research will send 7 IGOV students for National Seminar activities, but this will likely increase along with the cadre, willingness, and ability of IGOV students.” Said Satria. (ARP)

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