Writing Skills Training KMTM S1- Mechanical Engineering 2020

Writing Skills Training KMTM S1- Mechanical Engineering 2020

Surakarta, November 7, 2020 S1 – Engineering Study Program (UNS) held a writing training which was carried out online. This writing training was attended by students, lecturers, Mechanical Engineering UNS. This writing training is part of a series of “Call For Paper” activities. The speaker at this writing training named Catur Harsito M.T. and also Hammar Ilham Akbat M.T. Mas Catur is an alumni of Mechanical Engineering UNS, he studied S-1 and S-2 in UNS Mechanical Engineering, he is now working at the Mechanical Engineering Vocational School of UNS. Then for Mas Hammar Ilham, a graduate of S1 Mechanical Engineering Education at the State University of Surabaya, for S-2 he is in Mechanical Engineering at UNS, and now he is continuing his S-3 education at UNS Mechanical Engineering, besides that he has also taken a Short Course education in Mechanical Engineering Dept., National Centarl University Taiwan in 2018.

This writing exercise differs from the usual. This is because it is still in the Covid 19 Pandemic situation, the writing exercise this time is being carried out online via Zoom and also the KMTM UNS Academic Youtube link, namely (https://youtu.be/zurzlRFtP1E). Participants in this writing exercise totaled 120 participants. In this writing exercise, he provided material on what basics students should understand and have in making a scientific paper. The reasons why we must be able to make a journal or scientific paper and then we publish it in order: 1. For promotion or rank, 2. To enlarge our name, and also our university, 3. For collaboration with other researchers, 4. As a condition for graduation and pass requirements. The characteristics of writing this scientific paper are: Brief: Scientific work only consists of <12 pages, Solid: The sentences are easy to understand and not wordy, Complete: Contains background, problems, solutions, methods, discussion, and conclusions . Structure of this scientific paper: Abstract, Introduction, Body Section, Conclusion, Acknowledgment, Reference.

In this writing training, he advised us to often read journals or scientific papers from other people or other reference sources. This will help us find ideas for making an innovation or new ideas. By reading often we can also find out the weaknesses or weaknesses of each journal. To find these ideas beforehand, we must first focus on one area so that our minds are not divided, then we then look for references from other sources, and also be more critical and care about the surrounding environment. To be able to publish our journals does not have to be expensive, but our journal ideas must be new or have their own uniqueness, and we must be able to determine which journals we will go to, if we already know then we see the pattern of the journals we are aiming for so that our journals can also be good dna is famous. He advised “Read often” said Mas Catur, Mas Hammar (Surakarta, 7 November 2020).

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