Campus Yard Management and Utilization as a Learning Facility and Source in Universitas Kristen Indonesia

Sihotang, Hotmaulina and Murniarti, Erni and Silalahi, Marina (2017) Campus Yard Management and Utilization as a Learning Facility and Source in Universitas Kristen Indonesia. In: Proceeding International Seminar on Science Education. Yogyakarta State University, Yogyakarta, pp. 325-332. ISBN 2476 9533

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This study aims to determine the management and utilization of UKI yard conducted in July to August 2017. The methods in this research used survey, semi-structured as well as in-depth interview. The survey was conducted by observing the entire yard of UKI. The interview sessions involved the users and the managers of UKI yard concerning the management, funding, and the utilization. All the data obtained were analyzed by using descriptive statistics. UKI yard has an area of 31.622 belonging to UKI foundation. The UKI yard is comprehensively managed by UKI Foundation, Rectorate, Faculties, and Study Programs and used as parking lot, sport area, discussion zone, practicum, plantation field, such as ornamental plants/fruit/shady trees, and also as biodiversity conservation. To optimize the utilization of UKI yard it is managed in accordance with the duties and functions of the parts contained in the UKI foundation. For example, the parking area is managed by the UKI Foundation; the supply and the maintenance for supporting facilities and for learning resources are managed by the Vice Rector on Finance, Human Resources and Public Administration Affairs; Practicum area is managed by the Study Program Board; and the sport area is managed by Vice Rector on Student Affairs. Sports facilities are utilized as the students’ nonacademic, talent, and softskill building.Pulai (alstonia sholaris), melinjo (gnetum gnemon), beringin (ficus benjamina), ketapang (terminalia catappa) and cashew (anacardia ocidentale) are native Indonesian plants found in UKI yard. For the purpose of practicum part of the yard, Biological Garden is made on which various types of plants for conservation, practicum materials and learning resources are employed. Finally, the yard management and utilization were comprehensively conducted an attempt to realize UKI as green campus.

Item Type: Book Section
Subjects: EDUCATION > Theory and practice of education > School architecture and equipm ent. School physical facilities. Campus planning
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Date Deposited: 01 Nov 2018 02:31
Last Modified: 23 Apr 2021 06:00

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