JUPI Unud Holds Unud Journal Training and Assistance Towards National Accreditation
Unud Journal and Scientific Publication Unit (JUPI) held "Unud Journal Training and Assistance Towards National Accreditation" online through the Webex Meeting, Monday (10/5/2021).
Training and Mentoring was opened by the Head of the JUPI Unit, Ir. Ni Made Ary Esta Dewi Wirastuti, ST., MSc., PhD., IPM., Presenting three speakers: (1) Dr. Gede Mekse Korri Arisena, SP., M.Agb. Chief Editor of SOCA (SINTA 2) Talks about "Journal Management Management, Preparation for Registering ARJUNA and Discussing Results of Review of Unud Journal"; (2) Dr. Dodik Ariyanto, SE, M.Sc., Ak., CA., Editor-in-Chief of the Scientific Journal of Accounting and Business (SINTA 2), Talking about “Rules of Scientific Substance, Reference Management - Mendeley, Selingkung Style (Templates) and Similarity Checker - Turnitin "; (3) Drh. I Wayan Nico Fajar Gunawan, M.Sc., Editor of the Indonesian Veterinary Bulletin (SINTA 3), Talking about Online Journal Management Using OJS. The event was moderated by Dr. Ni Ketut Arismayanti, SSP.Par, M.Par. Participants are the editors / journal managers at Udayana University.
The Chairperson of the Organizing Committee conveyed that the main purpose of this activity was to provide understanding through training in management, substance and online journal management using OJS, as well as companion for registration of Unud Journals that had not been accredited to ARJUNA so that they could be indexed by SINTA. The additional goal is for accredited Udayana University journals to strengthen the management and substance of journals in preparation for re-accreditation.
Meanwhile, the Head of the JUPI Unit Ni Made Ary Esta Dewi Wirastuti, PhD. give appreciation to the managers of the Unud Journal who have worked in journal management so that they can achieve until now. Udayana University has 80 journals that have been nationally accredited from SINTA 1 to SINTA 6, and 24 journals that are not yet SINTA. This ranks fourth at the national level for the nationally accredited journal number under Semarang State University (120 journals), Diponogoro University (82 journals) and Ganesha University (81 journals).
With this activity, it is expected to be able to deliver Unud Journals that have not been indexed to achieve SINTA rankings to increase the number of Unud journals that are indexed nationally. Participants are expected to follow the activities thoroughly, so that there are no more doubts in carrying out their duties. The speakers who attended were expected to be able to provide explanations related to the problem of journal accreditation preparation. With this, Udayana University Journal is expected to develop better and be able to compete nationally and globally.