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  • Open Access Indonesian
    Authors: 
    Bolu Steve, Foluke Nike; Fadipe, R. A. (Rasaq); Kayode, O. C. (Olajide);
    Publisher: Universitas Ahmad Dahlan
    Country: Indonesia

    Background: The need to increase the mastery of Information and Computer Technology (ICT) in teaching and learning activities is essential and urgent, especially during the COVID-19 pandemic. The PowerPoint application is a popular application for creating learning content, but most teachers are only at the level of "powerpointers". SMK Negeri Windusari, as a vocational high school, requires an increase in the level of its educators, namely those who can increase learning outcomes, one of which is by developing multimedia content based on PowerPoint. This training was in collaboration with UNIMMA Informatics Engineering. It was attended by twenty-four teachers starting with a pre-test and ending with a post-test to measure the level of success. Contribution: Improving the quality of content to support learning outcomes. Method: The training on the use of ICT for learning begins with observation through a pre-test and ends with a presentation of the training results, and then measures progress using a post-test. Results: The results of the training showed that most of the participants showed improvement. Conclusion: This training is expected to be sustainable as a form of support for improving the quality of learning content.

  • Open Access
    Authors: 
    Chile. Ministerio de Salud;

    En contexto de Pandemia COVID-19 el Ministerio de Salud NO SUGIERE el uso de mascarillas quirúrgicas en población general. [Marzo 21, 2020]

  • German
    Authors: 
    Klink, Philipp; Sardesai, Saskia; Gehring, Janine; Görtz, Michael Dominik;
    Publisher: Fraunhofer IML
    Country: Germany

    Für die heutige Weltwirtschaft ist eine globale Arbeitsteilung charakteristisch. Dabei hängt die Produktion von globalen Supply Chains ab, bei der die Logistik das Rückgrat dieser verteilten Wertschöpfung darstellt. Aufgrund der COVID-19-Pandemie kommt es jedoch zu erforderlichen Lock-Downs in den einzelnen Ländern. Durch die zeitversetzten Stillstände der Wirtschaft gerät die global abhängige Produktion ins Ungleichgewicht. Vor diesem Hintergrund ist das Wissen über die Situation der Lieferanten für die Unternehmen von herausragender Relevanz. Die Situation erfordert einen Einblick, in welcher Art und Weise ihre Supply Chains durch die Pandemie betroffen werden und wie ein Wiederanlauf der Produktion nach einem Lock-Down erfolgreich aufzubauen ist. Nur so können zusätzliche wirtschaftliche Verluste vermieden werden. Es werden die Herausforderungen der Pandemie aufgezeigt und entsprechende Handlungsempfehlungen für den Wiederanlauf gegeben. Als unterstützendes Tool für relevante, aber kurzfristigen Entscheidungen stellt eine Simulation eine geeignete Möglichkeit zur realitätsnahen Abbildung der Supply Chain und die Auswirkungen bei Änderungen in der Supply Chain dar. Anhand einzelner Szenarien im Kontext der Pandemie werden resultierende Implikationen unter Einbeziehung von zeitabhängigen Wechselwirkungen für die Bewertung und Planung von Wiederanlauf-Szenarien erläutert. Dieses Whitepaper entstand im Rahmen eines mit Eigenmitteln der Fraunhofer Gesellschaft geförderten Forschungsprojekts als Beitrag zur Überwindung der wirtschaftlichen Auswirkungen der COVID-19-Pandemie.

  • English
    Authors: 
    Satyakti, Yayan;
    Country: Germany

    Since COVID-19 spread across the globe. Every country has attempted to reduce the spread by containment policy. Indonesia as one of the hot spot countries in South East Asia has been conduct this policy to reduce the spread. The Indonesian government introduce partial lockdown policy that called as Large Scale of Social Restriction (PSBB) in some regions. This paper examined the interaction between restriction of human mobility policy on spreading of COVID-19 confirmed case. I proxied human mobility dataset by hourly report of car congestion traffic from Waze application with sub level district. The COVID-19 confirm case retrieved from official government report with province level. In order to measure the impact of this policy, I conducted regression discontinuity design using consistent panel dataset across sub level district and daily frequency. The result indicates that the containment policy has various impact on other reduce. The policy that impact in adequate region such as DKI Jakarta has effectively reduced about 60%-70% of spreading COVID-19 confirmed case. Whereas the region with vast area such as West Java is depend on neighbor area less effectively impact on spreading COVID-19 confirm case. The model has produced robust estimation that containment policy will reduced human mobility on COVID-19 confirmed case.

  • English
    Authors: 
    Presse- und Informationsamt der Bundesregierung, Berlin;
    Publisher: GESIS Data Archive for the Social Sciences

    On behalf of the Press and Information Office of the Federal Government, the opinion research institute forsa has regularly conducted representative population surveys on the subject of the ´Corona crisis´ (COVID-19) from calendar week 12/2020. The individual question areas were adapted according to the survey period. Credibility of the information provided by the federal government on the Corona crisis; assessment of the current political measures to contain the Corona virus (appropriate, go too far or do not go far enough); extent of perceived personal restrictions due to the Corona crisis and related measures; Corona warning app installed and used on smartphone in the last few weeks, app installed but deleted in the meantime or never installed; reasons why the Corona warning app has not been installed so far; awareness of the new functions of the Corona warning app (anonymous check-in via QR code, display of results of rapid tests, display of digital proof of vaccination); use of these new functions; likelihood of (also) using the Corona warning app in the future. Demography: sex; age (grouped); employment; education; net household income (grouped); party preference in the next federal election; voting behaviour in the last federal election. Additionally coded were: region; federal state; weight. Im Auftrag des Presse- und Informationsamts der Bundesregierung hat das Meinungsforschungsinstitut forsa ab Kalenderwoche 12/2020 regelmäßig repräsentative Bevölkerungsbefragungen zum Thema ´Corona-Krise´ (COVID-19) durchgeführt. Die einzelnen Fragegebiete wurden je nach Befragungszeitraum angepasst. Glaubwürdigkeit der Informationen der Bundesregierung zur Corona-Krise; Bewertung der aktuellen politischen Maßnahmen zur Eindämmung des Corona-Virus (angemessen, gehen zu weit oder gehen nicht weit genug); Ausmaß der empfundenen persönlichen Einschränkungen durch die Corona-Krise und die damit verbundenen Maßnahmen; Corona-Warn-App in den letzten Wochen auf dem Smartphone installiert und genutzt, App installiert aber zwischenzeitlich gelöscht oder nie installiert; Gründe, warum die Corona-Warn-App bisher nicht installiert wurde; Kenntnis der neuen Funktionen der Corona-Warn-App (anonymes Einchecken mittels QR-Code, Anzeigen der Ergebnisse von Schnelltests, Anzeigen des digitalen Impfnachweises); Nutzung dieser neuen Funktionen; Wahrscheinlichkeit, die Corona-Warn-App (auch) zukünftig zu nutzen. Demographie: Geschlecht; Alter (gruppiert); Erwerbstätigkeit; Schulabschluss; Haushaltsnettoeinkommen (gruppiert); Parteipräferenz bei der nächsten Bundestagswahl; Wahlverhalten bei der letzten Bundestagswahl. Zusätzlich verkodet wurde: Region; Bundesland; Gewicht. Probability: MultistageProbability.Multistage Wahrscheinlichkeitsauswahl: Mehrstufige ZufallsauswahlProbability.Multistage Telephone interview: Computer-assisted (CATI)Interview.Telephone.CATI Telefonisches Interview: Computerunterstützte Befragung (CATI)Interview.Telephone.CATI

  • Open Access English
    Authors: 
    Government of Canada;

    Objective: This tool will assist in considering risks associated with the use of parks and outdoor recreational spaces during the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic and provide examples of strategies that may be implemented to reduce potential risks. Audience: Those responsible for parks and outdoor recreational places and programming (e.g., federal/provincial/territorial, and local/municipal authorities, Indigenous leadership, sports and recreation organizations and coaches and leaders). Outdoor recreation spaces or recreational activities that require staff (for example to accept payment for entrance fees, to provide food and beverage services, etc.) should also refer to the tool for workplaces and businesses for guidance on risk assessment and risk mitigation related to business operations.

  • Open Access English
    Authors: 
    Dores, Artemisa Rocha; Geraldo, A.; Carvalho, I.; Barbosa, F.;
    Publisher: Cambridge Core
    Country: Portugal
  • Open Access Indonesian
    Authors: 
    Nurrohman, W. (Wahyu); Prastowo, A. (Andi);
    Publisher: Raden Fatah State Islamic University Palembang
    Country: Indonesia

    The Covid-19 virus pandemic that has shaken the world has affected all aspects of life, whether political, economic, social, and educational. During this Pandemic, many schools were forced to close and forced to go online. In the new order era, several pesantren were opened and learning was conducted offline (outside the network). One of them is Pesantren Tahfiz Daarul Quran Takhasus II Cikarang. Pondok Pesantren Tahfiz Daarul Qur'an Takhasus II Cikarang is an Islamic boarding school whose focus of learning is memorizing the Qur'an. At the beginning of the pandemic, Islamic boarding schools adopted a policy of repatriating their students as an effort to prevent the spread of the virus and carry out online learning (on the network). The result of this study is that learning tahfiz during the pandemic, both offline and online, is carried out using the sorogan and sima'i techniques. The difference is when online, the allocation of study time is reduced to 2 meetings via WhatsApp Video Call. And when offline learning, tahfiz returns to 4-5 meetings with students using masks and health protocols. The conclusion of this study is that offline Tahfiz learning is more effective than online Tahfiz learning, this can be seen based on the quantity of memorization and student learning motivation which is better when learning Tahfiz face-to-face or offline.

  • Authors: 
    Gaucherand, Lea; Porter, Brittany K.; Schmaling, Summer K.; Rycroft, Christopher Harley; Kevorkian, Yuzo; McCormick, Craig; Khaperskyy, Denys A.; Gaglia, Marta Maria;
    Publisher: Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory