The 4th International Conference on University Community Engagement (ICON-UCE 2022) <p style="text-align: justify;"><img src="" alt="" width="500" height="707" /></p> <p style="text-align: justify;"><strong>The objectives of the conference are as follows:</strong></p> <ol style="text-align: justify;"> <li>providing opportunities for universities, civil society organizations, and the wider community to share opinions from various experiences regarding the concept of community service;</li> <li>providing opportunities for various parties in the efforts to develop university partnerships with the community; and</li> <li>Creating a real work agenda to mainstream research-based community empowerment by involving the community and elements of society.</li> </ol> <p style="text-align: justify;"><strong>Notes for paper submission:</strong></p> <ul style="text-align: justify;"> <li>The article should be free from plagiarism.</li> <li>The number of pages of articles ranges from 6 to 8 pages</li> <li>The submitted paper must follow the given template and a maximum of five authors.</li> <li>Acceptance/Rejection information will be notified to the corresponding author.</li> <li>The Paper will be submitted to the publisher on October 31, 2022, and the online publication estimation will be on November 30, 2022.</li> </ul> <p style="text-align: justify;"><strong>Secretariat of Committee</strong></p> <p style="text-align: justify;">LPPM IAIN Syekh Nurjati Cirebon, Jl. Perjuangan, Sunyaragi, Kecamatan. Kesambi, Kota Cirebon, Jawa Barat 45132</p> Metaskrip Global Innovation en-US The 4th International Conference on University Community Engagement (ICON-UCE 2022) Pengabdian Berbasis Penelitian (Research Based Services): An Innovation of KKN (Community Service Program) of STAI DR KHEZ Muttaqien Purwakarta During Pandemic COVID-19 <p>This article was written based on the experience of implementing KKN STAI DR KHEZ Muttaqien Purwakarta, who had to make the process of adjusting his KKN implementation model due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The implementation of KKN or KPM which was initially carried out in groups in certain villages determined by the campus, was changed to a KKN program which was carried out based on individual students in their respective villages. This KKN implementation model was introduced under the name of Research-Based Service (PBP); which encourages the use of various action research methods carried out by students in identifying various problems that occur in the community, as well as establishing intervention programs that are carried out together with the community in the midst of the limited situation and lack of social mobility during the COVID-19 pandemic. Some of the learning outcomes obtained from the PBP model KPM report conducted by students show their adaptability to live with the community as well as their ability to apply their knowledge and skills from the lecture process to participate in finding solutions to problems they find in the community. However, this short duration program needs to think about its sustainability so that the campus continues to interact well with the community</p> AD Kusumaningtyas Copyright (c) 2022 AD Kusumaningtyas 2022-11-08 2022-11-08 4 1 6 Building Islamic Religious College Penta helix Partnerships in Community Empowerment: Between Opportunities and Challenges: An Overview of Leadership Management <p>Building a university partnership requires a Penta helix concept in realizing community empowerment. That is why collaboration between parties is important in achieving common goals by maximizing the Penta helix concept that involves multiple roles. Penta helix or multi-stakeholder is an element of collaboration that combines various parties, including the Academy, Business, Community, Government, and Media (ABCGM).For that, Building a Penta helix partnership will not materialize if the Chancellor, who is the highest leader of an Islamic university, does not have leadership management skills. The Chancellor's leadership role will determine the success of an Islamic educational institution</p> Adnan Copyright (c) 2022 Adnan 2022-11-08 2022-11-08 4 7 12 Village Development Planning Strategy Aware of Religious Harmony Through Sustainable Livelihood Approach <p>Social development planning innovations should be able to answer the needs of the community. These needs can be seen in both the problems and the potential of the community. Social development planning makes it possible to integrate other aspects such as economic and environmental aspects. This practice can be done using the Sustainable Livelihood Approach (SLA). The SLA approach shows the highest and lowest assets in the community. The development planning of Awareness of Harmony Village is maximized through planning stages that can present the needs of the community as a whole by photographing five assets, namely natural, human, social, physical, and economic. The practice of using SLA has been developed in the development planning of the Religious Harmony Awareness Village in <em>Sidenreng Rappang Regency</em>. It produces indicators and classifications of Religious Harmony Awareness Villages through a process of local community participation. The availability of these indicators and classifications will make it easier for the program to take measurements and can be used in other regions in Indonesia</p> Adnan Achiruddin Saleh Reni Andriyani Copyright (c) 2022 Adnan Achiruddin Saleh, Reni Andriyani 2022-11-08 2022-11-08 4 13 23 Internalization of The Values of Religious Moderation in Jathil Dance Culture in SDN 02 Tempuran Ponorogo <p>Religious moderation is a middle way for culture and religion to work in harmony. Therefore, religious moderation is very appropriate to be applied in people's lives. Cultural preservation is also included in religious moderation which must be maintained so that it does not become extinct. The lack of a cultural platform in SDN 02 Tempuran is a problem in developing Ponorogo's cultural traditions. The Community Service Lecture seeks to conduct Jathil dance training activities for students of SDN 2 Tempuran which aims to increase the potential of students' interests and talents in preserving Ponorogo culture. The method used in this service activity is ABCD (Assessment Based Community-driven Development). This service activity consists of three stages, namely assessment, training and post-activity evaluation. So that the result of this jathil dance training is to increase the enthusiasm and enthusiasm of students who are very high, besides that they can apply the knowledge that has been taught during the jathil dance practice at SDN 02 Tempuran</p> Afif Syaiful Mahmudin Aziz Sihabudin Cindy Arista Dewati Muhammad Bagus Ardianto Salsa Fitri Nurlaili Copyright (c) 2022 Afif Syaiful Mahmudin, Aziz Sihabudin, Cindy Arista Dewati, Muhammad Bagus Ardianto, Salsa Fitri Nurlaili 2022-11-08 2022-11-08 4 24 32 Sekolah Etnografi Disabilitas as an Innovative Model of Community Service <p>The development of innovation in disability studies is still not much. LPPM IAINU Kebumen realizes its collaboration with Rumah Inklusif Kebumen through the activities of the Sekolah Etnografi Disabilitas (SED). The SED aims to build an innovative model for IAINU Kebumen students in approaching disability issues. This school uses an androgogic education model with the following steps: (a) students, field supervisors, together with resource persons learn to become part of the disability through talking activities with people with disabilities (b) through research groups, students reveal the results of their conversations with disabilities, and at the same time find things that will become follow-up plans, (c) students in groups prepare research proposals for service with the guidance of their supervisors, and carry out research, (d) students compile reports on research results in the form of collaborative articles. The results of this SED are very useful for building student empathy as well as producing scientific works, namely: (a) there are several collaborative articles by students and lecturers that have been published successfully in journals and proceedings, (b) a student volunteer organization was formed named Balabi (Barisan Relawan Bahasa Isyarat). This SED can be a model of community service innovation to foster student enthusiasm and culture to research disability</p> Agus Salim Chamidi Umi Arifah Siti Fatimah Copyright (c) 2022 Agus Salim Chamidi, Umi Arifah, Siti Fatimah 2022-11-08 2022-11-08 4 33 39 The Development of Bioethanol from Iles-Iles Tubers Using Hydrolyzed Fermentation Method for Alternative Fuels <p>Along with the increasing usage of fuel oil (BBM), namely gasoline, kerosene and diesel fuel, as a result, sources of fuel oil began to decrease. This condition urges the discovery of alternative energy that is converting <em>iles-iles</em> tubers containing ethanol for alternative fuels, which are very possible to be developed and important to be observed. <em>Iles-iles</em> tubers (Amorphophallus muelleri) are plants that live in tropical and subtropical areas including Indonesia, one of which is in Bojonegoro area. Experimental research in the laboratory was carried out in two stages, those are hydrolysis and fermentation. The aim of the study was to obtain better ethanol content of iles-iles tubers by hydrolysis of distillation fermentation, by varying the ratio of sulfuric acid in 7 ratios 4:1, 5:1, 6:1, 7:1, 8:1, 9:1, and 10:1. The volume / weight (v / w) of the dried <em>iles-iles</em> tubers were crushed and sieved. The <em>iles-iles</em> powder was hydrolyzed using H2SO4. From the results of bioethanol characteristic test on <em>iles-iles</em> tubers as an alternative fuel development, the most optimal obtained after the hydrolysis process is a sample ratio of 5:1, which had the characteristics of a total sugar content 6.72%, fermentation with 9 grams of yeast in each sample in 6 days’ fermentation and distillation process. Bioethanol made from <em>iles-iles</em> tubers has good potential to be developed because the quality of the bioethanol produced reaches 62% in the initial distillation, has a density value of 0.8107 gr/ml in accordance with the bioethanol quality standard, which is 0.8215 gr/ml at a ratio of 5:1 of the raw material which has a viscosity value of 1.0780 cP, and has a calorific value of 2.121 Kcal/kg bioethanol quality standard and a flash point value of 7.0 0C</p> Agus Sulistiawan Denny Nurdiansyah Copyright (c) 2022 Agus Sulistiawan, Denny Nurdiansyah 2022-11-08 2022-11-08 4 40 46 Observing Islamic Education related to Radicalism at Ma’had Al-Jami’ah Walisongo Indonesia <p>Based on a survey, 17.8% of Indonesian students in university are vulnerable to radicalism. This finding is consistent with several acts of terror in Indonesia carried out by students. This fact shows the importance of preventive-proactive efforts to counter radicalism among students. Through it all, the Directorate General of Islamic Education mandates to teach subjects of religious moderation Ma’had Al-Jami’ah or University Islamic Boarding Schools. There are 48 universities with Ma’had al-Jamiah, including UIN Walisongo, one of the oldest Ma’had al-Jamiah, founded in 1995. This fact led the researchers’ attention to deal with the vision, curriculum, and teaching practices at Ma’had al-Jamiah UIN Walisongo are related to radicalism. This study will demonstrate data based on qualitative investigations conducted at Ma’had al-Jamiah UIN Walisongo. Finally, this paper argues that Ma’had Al-Jami’ah Walisongo had a vision of realizing Islamic-based education <em>Raḥmatan lil ‘Ālamin</em>, which is actualized in deradicalization training in every two weeks. In addition, Islam <em>Raḥmatan lil ‘Ālamin</em> is also a spirit for other subjects, such as foreign languages ​​and Islamic insights, wich is implemented to counter radicalism among students, considering that radicalism will continue to grow and evolve in Indonesia</p> Ahmad Ismail Copyright (c) 2022 Ahmad Ismail 2022-11-08 2022-11-08 4 47 55 Al-Quran Reading Training Using the Tartil Method in Improving Students' Reading Ability at MI Faser Panglungan <p>The purpose of this study is to increase students' insight and experience in reading the Qur'an and to motivate students to be more diligent in reading the Qur'an in elementary schools. This research was conducted at MI Faser Dusun Panglungan, Jombang Regency, East Java Province. This type of research is this research method using the PAR (Participatory Research) method. The data collection method used in this research is the method of observation and interviews. The results showed that students were able to read the Qur'an better by starting to recognize the makhorijul letters and also reading recitation of tajwid. In addition, students can also read the Qur'an with the distinctive tone of the tartil method. It can be concluded that the tartil method in improving the ability to read the Qur'an is very good and can be accepted by students</p> Ahmad Wildan Fauzi Della Nur Fadlillah Dita Erlin Enjelina Frantika Ajulia Dewi Parwati Lutfhi Ratnasari Agus Miftakus Surur Copyright (c) 2022 Ahmad Wildan Fauzi, Della Nur Fadlillah, Dita Erlin Enjelina, Frantika Ajulia Dewi Parwati, Lutfhi Ratnasari, Agus Miftakus Surur 2022-11-08 2022-11-08 4 56 65 Pengembangan UMKM melalui Peningkatan Pengemasan dan Pemasaran Berbasis Digital di Desa Grogol Kecamatan Sawoo Kabupaten Ponorogo <p>Jurnal ini mengulas mengenai pengembangan UMKM melalui peningkatan pengemasan dan pemasaran <em>via online</em> (digital) di desa Grogol, Kecamatan Sawoo, Kabupaten Ponorogo. Penelitian ini bertujuan untuk menggambarkan perencanaan, pelaksanaan, serta dampak pelaksanaan dari diadakannya pelatihan pengemasan dan pemasaran secara digital untuk para pelaku UMKM di desa Grogol, Kecamatan Sawoo, Kabupaten Ponorogo. Jenis penelitian ini menggunakan pendekatan ABCD (<em>Asset Based Community Development</em>). Adapun instrumen penelitiannya adalah observasi, wawancara, dan peneliti sebagai instrumen kunci. Sumber data penelitian ini adalah hasil wawancara para pelaku UMKM yang ikut serta dalam pelatihan pengemasan dan pemasaran secara digital. Adapun hasilnya adalah dari pendampingan UMKM diantaranya bantuan pengenalan produk, pembuatan logo, produk menjadi menarik, pembuatan pamflet, usulan alternatif kemasan produk, perbaikan produk, hingga mendaftarkan produk usaha ke PIRT. Proses pelatihannya dengan melakukan pendampingan pada para pelaku UMKM yang telah bersedia mengikuti pelatihan. Dampak dari adanya pelatihan ini adalah produk UMKM menjadi lebih baik dari segi pengemasan dan lebih mudah dikenal masyarakat</p> Akmal Rifqi Muwaffiq Arin Ramadhiani Soleha Eka Mulia Nurul Al Amin Erico Stevany Fernandes Khoirun Nisak Copyright (c) 2022 Akmal Rifqi Muwaffiq, Arin Ramadhiani Soleha, Eka Mulia Nurul Al Amin, Erico Stevany Fernandes, Khoirun Nisak 2022-11-08 2022-11-08 4 66 70 Optimizing the Participation of Panglungan Residents, Wonosalam District Through Environmental Cleanliness Program <p>The purpose of this study was to increase community participation, especially youth, in maintaining environmental cleanliness and health through community service activities in Panglungan Hamlet, Wonosalam District. The lack of self-awareness of the Panglungan hamlet community can be seen from the large amount of garbage strewn across the field. Therefore, it is necessary to hold an environmental hygiene program which is carried out in Panglungan Hamlet once a week on Friday. This type of research uses the PAR (Participatory Action Research) method. Where the data collection method used in this study is the method of observation and documentation. The results showed that the environmental hygiene program activities went well, because the dirty environment became clean, healthy and in accordance with the planned schedule and it was hoped that the community could participate more actively in maintaining environmental cleanliness to jointly clean Panglungan Hamlet to make it look cleaner</p> Anggita Choirunisa Achmad Syahril Adhim Dimas Elly Ana Nuraini Safita Fauziah Zahra Nur Rahma Dhanty Agus Miftakus Surur Copyright (c) 2022 Anggita Choirunisa, Achmad Syahril Adhim, Dimas Elly Ana, Nuraini Safita Fauziah, Zahra Nur Rahma Dhanty, Agus Miftakus Surur 2022-11-08 2022-11-08 4 71 75