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Implementation of eSDG Framework Involving Multi Stakeholders Matching Program Engagement: Digitalization of Traditional Community Market

Implementation of eSDG Framework Involving Multi Stakeholders Matching Program Engagement: Digitalization of Traditional Community Market
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Author(s): Anton Rahmadi (Universitas Mulawarman, Indonesia), Miftakhur Rohmah (University of Mulawarman, Indonesia), Kartika Sari (University of Mulawarman, Indonesia), Nur Amaliah (University of Mulawarman, Indonesia), Masayu Widiastuti (University of Mulawarman, Indonesia), Uni Wahyuni Sagena (University of Mulawarman, Indonesia), Dina Lusiana Setyowati (University of Mulawarman, Indonesia), Swandari Paramita (University of Mulawarman, Indonesia), Zainal Arifin (University of Mulawarman, Indonesia), Malta Nur Doa (PT Aplikasi Karya Anak Bangsa, Indonesia), Mikael Onny Setiawan (PT Aplikasi Karya Anak Bangsa, Indonesia), Hadi Pranoto (University of Mulawarman, Indonesia)and Rusliansyah Rusliansyah (University of Mulawarman, Indonesia)
Copyright: 2023
Pages: 23
Source title: Digitalization, New Media, and Education for Sustainable Development
Source Author(s)/Editor(s): Lars Keller (University of Innsbruck, Austria), Gerd Michelsen (Leuphana University, Germany), Martin Dür (University of Innsbruck, Austria), Syamsul Bachri (Universitas Negeri Malang, Indonesia)and Michaela Zint (University of Michigan, USA)
DOI: 10.4018/978-1-7998-5033-5.ch008



COVID-19 has impacted the East Kalimantan, Indonesia, community market, especially for indigenous food and non-food souvenirs. These conditions threaten the global pursuit of SDGs. The University of Mulawarman and PT Aplikasi Karya Anak Bangsa, a subsidiary of Gojek Indonesia, identified social concerns for matching program. Our university team's experience integrating the tridharma led us to offer a five-stage framework: (1) vision internalization, (2) persistence learning, (3) technology adaption, (4) collaboration growth, and (5) outcomes integration. Multi-stakeholder cooperation starts with mutual benefits, ideas, agreements, and program designs. Learning aspects are integrated through final assignments, practical experiences, and organized assignments related to learning outcomes on specific course areas (embedded learning). The emancipated learning of the Independent Campus (MBKM) was implemented at the university level. Outcome-based education for higher education multi-stakeholder matching program is an approach for addressing education SDG.

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