UBSI Launches M-Repository as Part of Campus Digitalization (special)
JAKARTA, NNC - Universitas Bina Sarana Informatika (UBSI) has launched a mobile application named the M-Repository as part of its campus digitalization movement.
UBSI M-Repository is a service that provides convenience for students and lecturers at UBSI in obtaining research results files that are usually used for reference in writing, scientific articles, and research assigments.
UBSI Chancellor Mochammad Wahyudi explained the M-Repository, which was launched on Friday (11/02), can be said to be the database of UBSI academic research and writing results stored in a mobile application. "The UBSI community only need to use gadgets to access and view the results of research and writing files in the application," Wahyudi explained in a press release received by NNC.
Wahyudi also explained that UBSI M-Repository service also provides convenience for its users in finding research results or writing by dividing it into several folders or parts in searches. Among them are searches based on repository categories, based on authors, based on contributors, based on publications and based on fields of science.
To get services from UBSI M-Repository, UBSI lecturers and students can download them in Playstore or in the Appstore.
"With the launching of the UBSI M-Repository application, it can provide convenience for students and lecturers in obtaining the results of research and writing by the UBSI community. So that the research references needed by lecturers and students can be quickly and easily obtained, "Wahyudi said.
Meanwhile, Naba Aji Notoseputro, Chairman of BSI Foundation, said the digital applications that have been developed by UBSI is part of the efforts in improving the quality of services from all aspects that have now become UBSI.
"Not only changes in name, but the services we provide to students and lecturers also change. Namely, with the development of all types of services that have been based on digital applications. So that UBSI will later become a campus that is digitalized in all aspects of campus management," he said.