Library Transformation Based on Social Inclusion in Accelerated Covid-19 Pandemic Treatment

Edi Wiyono
2021 Proceedings of the 2nd International Conference on Administration Science 2020 (ICAS 2020)   unpublished
Libraries based on social inclusion are libraries that facilitate communities to develop their potential by viewing cultural diversity, willingness to accept change, and offering opportunities to strive for, protect and advocate culture and human rights. The national library performs a transformation program for libraries based on social inclusion in an effort to improve literacy in communities. It has a purpose to create societies to thrive through the transformation of libraries based on
more » ... l inclusion. More specifically the program has a feature :1). Improving the quality of library service. (2). Improving the use of services by communities according to the needs of the people. 3). Stakeholder commitment and support toward the sustainable transformation of the library. The program begins in 2018, with a coverage of 160 counties/cities with 800 villages. The program in 2020 is carried out during the pandemic and has proved to be capable of empowering various classes of society and of being the solution to economic problems. There were 10,434 community outreach activities with a total of 279,437 participants. 1,082 advocacy activities are carried out to build support and policies for the library and 147 activities are undertaken to promote the regulation that promotes the transformation of libraries. With this program, the results are: 1. There is a significant influence between library service program intervention and library progress 2. There is ahigh influence between the progress of library services and the impact (intermediate impact) felt by the community 3. This program is considered to be cost effective, which is from the cost the amount issued produces a benefit ratio of 1.2 4. This programis considered effective in terms of the time and approach used and can be extended to other areas to expand the benefits of libraries for the community.
doi:10.2991/assehr.k.210629.035 fatcat:zldl5blnifgmxorq5v546felvq