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  • Open Access
    Authors: 
    R. Aurachman;
    Publisher: IOP Publishing

    Abstract In the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic situation, Indonesians were hesitant to consume food and drinks sold by street vendors. This raises risks to economic conditions. An information system is needed that can facilitate street vendors to implement food safety standards. The system must also inform consumers who are street vendors who have implemented food safety standards. After doing research, the initial data flow diagram design of the information system to be designed has been obtained.

  • Open Access English
    Authors: 
    Manal Ginzarly; F. Jordan Srour;
    Publisher: Elsevier B.V.

    This study examines the discourse emerging from cultural heritage content shared online during the COVID-19 pandemic. It aims to understand the different affective and cognitive dynamics that are associated with the online sharing of cultural heritage in difficult times. To do so, we analyzed two Instagram hashtags-#ShareOurHeritage and #ShareCulture - that are promoted by UNESCO on a global scale. We applied a comprehensive quantitative method for qualitative data analysis. This method relied on Latent Dirichlet Allocation for topic modeling to generate automated induction of semantic topics and understand the underlying cognitive and affective dimensions of Instagram posts under each topic. Social values- including safety, inclusion, participation, and resilience - positive emotional language, and diverse cultural expressions were the most shared by the investigated hashtag community during the COVID-19 pandemic. In addition, results showed that users approach the virtual space as a substitute for the loss of their physical place through terms like home, virtual, online, travel tomorrow, and museums from home. Results are discussed in the context of the global digital divide, the social value of heritage to hashtag communities, and the use of Instagram as a longitudinal record of how cultural heritage values change across time.

  • Open Access
    Authors: 
    Muhamad Rozali Othman;
    Publisher: UiTM Press, Universiti Teknologi MARA

    The outbreak of the Covid-19 Pandemic has gravely impacted various sectors, such as the economy, tourism and education industries. It is also affecting social activities and the standards of everyday life. The effects it has on the art community includes the suspension of many art exhibitions and even the cancellation of these events when the MCO (Movement Control Order), designed to curb and contain the spread of the virus, was implemented by the government. In response, an initiative by prominent local artist Zainon Abdullah to hold a virtual exhibition of his work began. Throughout the partial lockdown, he delivers his artistic expressions through the lens of a world coloured by Covid-19. This study has identified certain themes like nature, the divine, environmental awareness, submission and resurrection in his artwork as extensions of the artist’s emotional landscape. Research concludes that this series of Zainon Abdullah’s artworks can be classified by phases wherein each phase represents a different order of shapes, meanings and messages while still operating within the restrictions of Covid-19. Thus, Zainon Abdullah’s work has become a chronologically recorded documentation of an artist’s reaction towards a momentous event in world history.Keywords: pandemic COVID-19, virtual art exhibitions, expression artwork.

  • Publication . Article . 2020
    Open Access
    Authors: 
    Marta Zatta; Beatrice Braut;
    Publisher: Oxford University Press (OUP)

    Abstract In ‘Blindness’ José Saramago transports us into a society in which an unexpected epidemic of blindness spreads quickly, disseminating chaos between citizens and institutions. This new reality acts as a magnifying glass highlighting the weaknesses and (few) forces of individuals and community. From this masterpiece we can learn many insights useful to understand the SARS-CoV-2 pandemic.

  • Open Access English
    Authors: 
    Andre Pagliarini;
    Publisher: Centro de Pesquisa e Documentação de História Contemporânea do Brasil da Fundação Getúlio Vargas

    ABSTRACT This article surveys the ways that the global COVID-19 pandemic has effected higher education in the United States. After reviewing the effects of this critically important historical episode on colleges, particularly as it pertains to the humanities, I outline potential paths forward in the years to come. The fundamental tension I highlight is that between returning to a pre-COVID status quo or imagining an alternative model that is ultimately more sustainable for students and academics alike.

  • Open Access
    Authors: 
    Shinta Puspasari; M.I. Herdiansyah;
    Publisher: Universitas Gadjah Mada

    The program carried out to introduce the existence and use of AR technology-based applications for the Palembang cultural education media at the Sultan Mahmud Badaruddin II Museum which was effectively used during the Covid-19 pandemic. During the pandemic, the SMB II museum was closed to the public. The Program consisted of application socialization and application testing carried out with the target of the public society, namely visitors to the SMB II Museum and the Educational environment such a campus for wider dissemination among Millennials. After being implemented, it was found that the activity was effective for increasing public knowledge and understanding about the existence and usefulness of the AR Museum SMB II application. Hopefully, with the support of the Palembang City Culture Department, the application can be widely used by the public society and support the role of the SMB II museum in Palembang cultural education to maintain the resilience and preservation of regional culture especially in Palembang. ===== Kegiatan pengabdian kepada masyarakat yang dilakukan dengan tujuan untuk memperkenalkan keberadaan dan kegunaan aplikasi berbasis teknologi augmented reality untuk media edukasi budaya Palembang di Museum Sultan Mahmud Badaruddin II yang efektif dimanfaatkan pada saat pandemic Covid -19. Pada masa pandemi museum SMB II ditutup untuk umum. Agenda kegiatan terdiri dari sosialisasi aplikasi dan pengujian aplikasi yang dilaksanakan dengan sasaran masyarakat umum, yaitu pengunjung Museum SMB II dan lingkungan kampus untuk penyebaran yang lebih luas di kalangan generasi Milenial. Setelah dilaksanakan diperoleh hasil bahwa kegiatan tersebut efektif meningkatkan pengetahuan dan pemahaman masyarakat tentang keberadaan dan kegunaan aplikasi AR Museum SMB II. Dengan dukungan dari Dinas Kebudayaan Kota Palembang, diiharapkan aplikasi AR dapat dimanfaatkan secara luas oleh masyarakat serta mendukung peran museum SMB II khususnya dalam pendidikan budaya Palembang sehingga dapat menjaga ketahanan dan kelestarian budaya daerah khususnya Palembang.

  • Open Access
    Authors: 
    Petek Eylül Taneri;
    Publisher: Turkish Journal of Public Health
  • Open Access
    Authors: 
    I. Radhika;
    Publisher: Technoscience Academy

    COVID-19 has come as a sharp caution to humankind to introspect and rectify. With values on the decline and humans seeming to have lost empathy, one feels a need to recharge and reconnect. The Indian way of living has many scientific principles natural in it to fight infectious diseases. We follow the Sanatan Sanskriti thoughts traditionally, sometimes not even grasping the rationale behind it. This article tries to explore the correlation between the preventive measures and some of our traditional Sanatan practices. There is a need to promote our cultural practices and avoid running behind the ultra-modern ways of living so that the world learns to combat and live with the COVID 19.

  • Publication . Part of book or chapter of book . 2021
    Open Access
    Authors: 
    Raghda Elbahy;
    Publisher: Institute of International Politics ; Economics
  • Open Access
    Authors: 
    Winaldi; Yenita Roza; Maimunah;
    Publisher: IOP Publishing

    Abstract Online learning is one alternative that can be used for learning activities during the covid-19 pandemic. Online learning requires tools that can be used together so that learning activities take place effectively. Utilization of advances technology is an effort that need to be done to support the current learning process. The use of the android application as one of the alternative in implementing online learning during the Covid-19 epidemic is considered very appropriate, because in general vocational students have used this platform as a communication tool. This research is the initial phase which aims to develop learning resources in mathematics using android applications in an effort to carry out the continuation of learning activities in the Covid-19 pandemic. The method of developing learning resources uses the Analysis, Design, Development, Implementation and Evaluation (ADDIE) model. This research produces mathematics learning resources using Android applications to support government programs in the application of online education in order to minimize the worldwide spread of Covid-19. Learning resources using Android applications that are developed are equipped with animated videos, example questions, practice questions and competency tests.