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UBM Gorontalo Receives Grant for Technologically Advanced Classroom Facilities from Ministry of Education and Research

Humas UBM Gorontalo

Campus.UBMG - University of Bina Mandiri  (UBM) Gorontalo, again received attention from the Ministry of Education and Research. This time, the Independence Pioneer Campus received a grant in the form of a Smart Class Room package and Digital-Based Learning Devices.

The handover process was witnessed by the Chairman of the Bina Mandiri Gorontalo Foundation, Dr. Ir. H. Azis Rachman MM, IPM accompanied by the Vice Rector 1 for Academic Affairs, William Indra S. Mooduto SE, M.SA, Ak. CA, Tuesday, January 31, 2023.

Dr. Azis Rachman thanked the Ministry of Education and Culture in this case the Directorate General of Higher Education, Research and Technology and welcomed the research support facility grant program. This research support facility assistance in the field of learning innovation is a form of government attention and support in improving the quality of Indonesian universities, including PTS.

"Thank you, Directorate General, of Diktiristek for providing grant support in the form of assistance both for research and learning infrastructure facilities to Private Universities which of course have been accredited and meet the requirements," he said.

Dr. Azis also said that the rapid development of technology and science plays a role in changing teaching and learning methods to be more varied and flexible. Academics are required to have knowledge, skills and attitudes that are adaptive to technological developments.

With the smart classroom facility, it is hoped that it can integrate technological devices and information systems to improve interaction between lecturers and students.

"Because every graduate today is required to be able to master technology, so all universities must innovate technology-based learning. This facility assistance is one of them to support the lecture process that prioritizes technology," he said.

Meanwhile, UBM Vice Rector William Indra explained that the research support facility grant program in the field of learning innovation aims to provide access to universities to improve the quality of learning through various innovations and the use of technology so that collaborative and participatory classroom learning is realized.

"The purpose of the grant program is to encourage learning innovation in higher education so that collaborative and participatory classes can be realized in accordance with the Main Performance Indicators (IKU) of higher education," he concluded.