Pelatihan Web HTML 5 untuk Anak SMP di SMP 45 Bandung

Di zaman saat ini aplikasi website sudah tidak asing lagi bagi masyarakat dimanapun mereka berada. Sehingga web memberikan perubahan pada komunikasi dan bisnis suatu perusahaan kepada konsumennya. Oleh karena itu, untuk mengurangi dan meningkatkan dampak positif pengaruh internet dan informasi kepada anak remaja, kami melakukan pengenalan pemrograman sederhana dengan menggunakan pemrograman berbasis web dengan HTML 5. HTML 5 merupakan Bahasa markup yang biasa dipakai untuk membuat suatu website, selain HTML ada lagi teknologi pendukungnya yaitu CSS (Cascading Style Sheet) merupakan kumpulan kode-kode yang bertujuan untuk menghias dan mengatur gaya tampilan/layout halaman web supaya lebih elegan dan menarik.

Pengenalan HTML yang diadakan oleh tim pengmas FRI yang berkolaborasi dengn mahasiswa ini dikemas dengan konsep pelatihan dasar sebagai bentuk pengabdian masyarakat. Segmen yang di ambil adalah anak SMP, untuk kali ini kegiatan dilaksanakan di SMP 45 Bandung. Kegiatan dilaksanakan selama 3 jam materi, dengan konsep colorfull dan fun yang bertujuan untuk mengasah kreativitas siswa.

Materi pelatihan

Materi pembelajaran yang dibahas mencakup hal-hal dasar seperti, bagaiaman membuat file html, elemen-elemen dan attribute HTML dan dikemas dalam sebuah project yang goalsnya menjadi sebuat website static.

 

 

Berikut materi yang dibahas :

HTML Elements

HTML Attribute

 

HTML Heading

HTML Paragraf

 

HTML Style

  • Background Color
  • Text Color
  • Text Size
  • Text Font

HTML Block-Level Elements

HTML Text-Formating

 

HTML Images

HTML Links

 

HTML List

Pelatihan selama 3 jam teresebut ditanggapi dengan antusias oleh siswa-siswi SMP 45 Bandung, mereka bersemangat sekali untuk belajar, terlebih HTML merupakan hal yang baru bagi mereka, dan ternyata rasa antusias belajar tidak hanya dirasakan oleh siswanya tetapi guru-guru dari SMP 45 juga tidak mau kalah semangatnya, mereka ikut bergabung dalam pelatihan tersebut.

Beberapa dari mereka memberikan feedback bahwa kegiatannya seru, bisa membuat mereka berfikir kreatif, dan bahkan mereka meminta kegiatannya diadakan lagi. Kami harap tujuan pembelajaran berbasis pemrograman web ini tercapai, anak anak menjadi dapat memanfaatkan teknologi dengan baik, dan dapat berfikir kretif, sehingga menjadi generasi yang berkompeten.

TUGAS-1 METODE PENELITIAN DAN PENYUSUNAN KARYA ILMIAH

Buatlah Resume dari paper berikut ini

Hevner, March, Park and Ram

Ketentuan resume :

  • dibuat dalam file word (*.doc / *.docx)
  • minimal 5 halaman resume
  • boleh diskusi dengan teman namun isi dan penggunaan bahasa serta struktur / style tidak boleh sama , jika sama maka kedua-duanya tidak akan di nilai
  • berikan kesimpulan dari hasil resume

Maksimal dikumpul pada tanggal 30 Agustus 2016 (sebelum perkuliahan via moodle –> http://moodle.bie.telkomuniversity.ac.id/

Kriteria penilaian :

  • struktur resume secara sistematis
  • ketepatan resume dengan makalah
  • kedalaman pemahaman
  • kelengkapan

Evolution and the Genesis of Biodiversity

The origins of life on earth some three and a half billion years ago are obscure. Life was probably initiated as a product of organic reactions in the Earth’s primordial seas. Alternative possibilities such as life beginning in a muddy ooze, or of life having been seeded from outer space have also been suggested. Once life took hold on the planet, it began gradually to diversify. Unicellular unspecialized forms gradually evolved into complex multi-cellular plants and animals. Evolution is related to the ability of living organisms to adapt to changes in their environment. Thus the abiotic changes in nature such as climatic and atmospheric upheavals, repeated glaciations, continental drift and the formation of geographical barriers, segregated different communities of plants and animals and gradually lead to the formation of new species over millions of years. Most species appear to have a life span extending over several million years. Continue reading

Forest Types

There are many types of forest, but nowdays we will inform you forest types in India. The forest type depends upon the abiotic factors such as climate and soil characteristics of a region. Forests in India can be broadly divided into Coniferous forests and Broadleaved forests. They can also be classified according to the nature of their tree species – evergreen, deciduous, xerophytic or thorn trees, mangroves, etc. They can also be classified according to the most abundant species of trees such as Sal or Teak forests. In many cases a forest is named after the first three or four most abundant tree species. Coniferous forests grow in the Himalayan mountain region, where the temperatures are low. These forests have tall stately trees with needlelike leaves and downward sloping branches so that the snow can slip off the branches. They have cones instead of seeds and are called gymnosperms. Broadleaved forests have several types, such as evergreen forests, deciduous forests, thorn forests, and mangrove forests. Broadleaved forests have large leaves of various shapes. Evergreen forests grow in the high rainfall areas of the Western Ghats, North Eastern India and the Andaman and Nicobar Islands. These forests grow in areas where the monsoon lasts for several months. Some even get two monsoons, such as in Southern India. Evergreen plants shed a few of their leaves throughout the year. There is no dry leafless phase as in a deciduous forest. An evergreen forest thus looks green throughout the year. The trees overlap with each other to form a continuous canopy. Thus very little light penetrates down to the forest floor. Only a few shade loving plants can grow in the ground layer in areas where some light filters down from the closed canopy. The forest is rich in orchids and ferns. The barks of the trees are covered in moss. The forest abounds in animal life and is most rich in insect life. Deciduous forests are found in regions with a moderate amount of seasonal rainfall that lasts for only a few months. Most of the forests in which Teak trees grow are of this type. The deciduous trees shed their leaves during the winter and hot summer months. In March or April they regain their fresh leaves just before the monsoon, when they grow vigorously in response to the rains. Thus there are periods of leaf fall and canopy regrowth. The forest frequently has a thick undergrowth as light can penetrate easily onto the forest floor. Thorn forests are found in the semi- arid regions of India. The trees, which are sparsely distributed, are surrounded by open grassy areas. Thorny plants are called xerophytic species and are able to conserve water. Some of these trees have small leaves, while other species have thick, waxy leaves to reduce water losses during transpiration. Thorn forest trees have long or fibrous roots to reach water at great depths. Many of these plants have thorns, which reduce water loss and protect them from herbivores. Mangrove forests grow along the coast especially in the river deltas. These plants are able to grow in a mix of saline and fresh water. They grow luxuriantly in muddy areas covered with silt that the rivers have brought down. The mangrove trees have breathing roots that emerge from the mudbanks.

Reference : Erach Bharucha, “Enviromental Studies for Undergraduate Courses,” Chapter3.p65-68, 2004