Library National Seminar IV: Public Information Literacy in the Industrial Revolution Era 4.0

Denpasar - D3 Library Study Program Faculty of Social and Political Sciences Udayana University in collaboration with the Library Student Association (HIMPUS) once again held an annual agenda entitled "National Seminar Library IV: Information Literacy of the Community in the Industrial Revolution Era 4.0" on November 14, 2019 at the Ballroom Grand Shanti Hotel-Denpasar. The national seminar which is regularly held every year was filled with 3 (three) great female speakers, including: Dra. Labibah Zain, M.LIS, a lecturer from McGill University-Canada who is currently actively teaching at the Department of Library and Information Science at the Sunan Kalijaga State Islamic University (UIN Sunan Kalijaga) Yogyakarta as well as the Head of the Central Library of Sunan Kalijaga UIN. His work and contribution to librarianship is evidenced in the international arena by serving as President of the Asian Chapter Special Libraries Association (SLA) in 2018.

Furthermore, Majidah, S. Sos., M.Ikom is a permanent lecturer at the Open University Library Science Study Program. The lecturer who graduated from Padjadjaran University-Bandung is active in teaching activities based on e-learning in almost all of Indonesia. The communication and marketing aspects of information in the library are scientific studies from him. The next speaker was a public figure, Puteri Indonesia Intelligence 2019: Maria Hostiana Napitupulu, ST. The girl who is fluent in French is a graduate of the Bandung Institute of Technology and as the 2019 Runner Up of Puteri Indonesia. She is currently active in community empowerment issues. The seminar was hosted by one of the lecturers in the D3 Library of Udayana University, Richard Togaranta Ginting, S. Sos., M.Hum.

This time, the national seminar as in previous years also held a Call for Paper with speakers from various campus and libraries in Bali and outside Bali. The call for paper topics presented have a variety of themes, ranging from information literacy, digital literacy, information culture, social media and hoaxes, digital native, transformation and librarian competencies.

The chairman of the committee, Bintang Sandra, in his remarks stated that "library seminar activities that are routinely held every year are expected to make a real contribution in developing librarianship in the field of information literacy, especially those in Bali".