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Investigating Digital (Dis)engagement of Open Government: Case Study of One Data Indonesia Soegiono, Agie Nugroho
JKAP (Jurnal Kebijakan dan Administrasi Publik) Vol 22, No 1 (2018): May
Publisher : Magister Administrasi Publik

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Over the last decade, Indonesia has achieved remarkable progress in promoting transparent andinclusive development through implementing open government principles. This research investigatesone of the open government projects in Indonesia- One Data Indonesia (ODI), a one-stop opengovernment data portal that provides accurate, reliable, and interoperable single-reference datafor the public to use and redistribute without any limitation. The study aims to highlight thecurrent updates on open data implementation in Indonesia and the challenges that may hinder itsapplication in future. The study is an action research, conducted through the participation of theauthor in a three-month internship programme at the Executive Office of the President Republic ofIndonesia. Data on the portal’s engagement was based on Google Analytics. This study finds thatthere is disengagement in open data implementation, which is reflected by a small percentage ofavailable datasets and an imbalance in user access across Indonesia. This study argues that thedisengagement is due to several factors, including irrelevant and uncertain regulatory frameworks,confusion over setting priority goals, inadequate data infrastructure, and limited digital-literatehuman resource. Despite high investment and expectations from the portal, the benefits and civicengagement it has generated so far remain questionable.
Agenda Open Government Memerangi Korupsi Melalui Inisiatif Open Data Soegiono, Agie Nugroho
Integritas : Jurnal Antikorupsi Vol 3 No 2 (2017): INTEGRITAS Volume 03 Nomor 2 Tahun 2017

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Esai ini mendiskusikan partisipasi masyarakat ataupun pemangku kepentingan nonpemerintah dalam upaya pemberantasan dan pencegahan korupsi di Indonesia. Mendeklarasikandiri sebagai salah satu pemerintah terbuka (Open Government) di dunia, Pemerintah Indonesia dalam beberapa tahun terakhir telah melakukan berbagai macam inisiatif keterbukaan guna merealisasikan peran riil masyarakat dalam mengawal pemerintahan yang transparan, akuntabel, responsif, dan bersih. Esai ini secara khusus mendiskusikan implementasi data terbuka (Open Data), salah satu inisiatif pemerintah untuk membuka informasi ataupun data pemerintah kepada publik sebagai kunci penting pencegahan dan pemberantasan korupsi. Selanjutnya, dalam esai ini dibahas dataset apa saja yang sekiranya harus dirilis oleh pemerintah, yang berpotensi untuk memaksimalkan penyelidikan kasus korupsi. Terakhir, esai ini memberikan empat rekomendasi yang ditujukan untuk perbaikan tata kelola penyelenggaraan open data di Indonesia sebagai langkah nyata dalam memberantas korupsi.
Reconsider deschooling: Alternative towards more accessible and inclusive education Soegiono, Agie Nugroho; Anis, Aulia; Maulida, Saskia Rizqina
Masyarakat, Kebudayaan dan Politik Vol 31, No 3 (2018): Masyarakat, Kebudayaan dan Politik
Publisher : Faculty of Social and Political Science, Universitas Airlangga

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This essay discusses deschooling concept as an alternative learning delivery method to achieve education for all. We argue that the deschooling idea, first introduced by Illich before the era of the Internet, has become relevant in relation to today’s education challenges. What we mean by deschooling in this paper is not the abolishment of the schooling system. Instead, the recall of deschooling discourse aims to provide more recognition of learning activities outside of the school setting. The learning webs, a key enabler in deschooling discourse, are realistic when implemented with the help of 21st century’s technology. The argument in this paper utilised an in-depth literature review and discourse analysis in the deschooling debate. To strengthen our argument, we have provided three case studies in the form of informal learning, non-formal learning and e-learning related to deschooling initiatives. Based on our findings, we can conclude that deschooling society is certainly viable. The principles used in deschooling, such as flexibility, inclusiveness, adaptability and personalisation, are alternatives for everyone to have freedom of access, use, copy, and modify learning resources. We also found that there may be possible challenges, including the limitation of self-directed learning, the pitfall of institutionalised capital and a lack of social interaction.