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The Puffin Family
Noor Nazahiah Bakri*, Nawwal Alwani Mohd Radzri, Norashikin Yusof, Nor Faezah Md Bohari, Budi Aslinie Md Sabri.
Centre of Population Oral Health and Clinical Preventive Studies, Faculty of Dentistry, Universiti Teknologi MARA email@example.com*
Abstract - Four point seven million Malaysians are smokers; however more worryingly is that 7.6 million adults are exposed to second-hand smoke at home, at their workplace (2.3 million) and at public places (8.6 million adults). The numbers exposed to third-hand smoke is not even quantifiable as yet. Problem Statement: Efforts to create awareness on the danger of smoking need to be restructured to not only focus on the risk of first- hand smoking but to include the risks to second- hand and third- hand smokers. Objective: This project aims to increase awareness on effects of first- hand, second- hand and third- hand smoking through a multisensory project; ‘The Puffin Family’. Novelty: To the best of our knowledge, there has never been a product in the market demonstrating the effects of first hand, second hand and third hand smoke in one product. The same concept has been used in ‘Smokey Sue’ which demonstrates the quantity of tar collected in the lungs when a single cigarette is smoked, However, ‘The Puffin Family’ has an added –value as it also demonstrates the effects of second and third hand smoke. Benefits to society: This project brings to life how tobacco smoking affects the smoker, the unborn baby, the second hand and third hand smoker, which aims to increase knowledge of the society and especially the smoker themselves. This simple, practical and minimal cost product makes it feasible to be used and commercialized as a health promoting tool for the public
(SmartCaw) Smart Converter Air to Water: Smart Air Converting Appliance Being Clear Water Based Hybrid System by Utilizing TEC (Termoelectric Cooler) as Alternative Water Sources for Rock Limestone
Fachrur Rozi, Prihantini, Yoga Bagas Pratama, Ammar Muhammad, Dewi Triantini
Yogyakarta State University, Indonesia
Abstract - Water is a fundamental need for all living things on earth, especially in humans, animals and plants. Humans on earth need water to keep their survival. Of the entire surface of the earth, almost two-thirds of the water is composed of oceans, lakes, straits and other types of water. Water is not only centered somewhere, but it can be found starting from the ground, the soil surface and even drifting with the air. With this abundant amount of water, it should be in the corners of the world that the needs of living beings are sufficient. But, in fact there are still some places that are difficult to meet the needs of clean water. From that problem, we made an innovation in the form of air converter into water (SmartCaw) Smart Converter Air to Water that works by DC power from the adapter to the TEC. One side of the TEC on the SmartCaw produces heat and on the other hand also produces cold, so the TEC is quickly cooled with a fan assisted, then the ice flower formed on the cold side eroded by the wiper then flows into the pipe that is in each gap between the TEC, after that Ice flower is flowed into the main water reservoir. This tool serves as an alternative water source among people who are especially located in limestone areas.
LogTrack: Development of Logistic Based System for Merong Freight Sdn. Bhd.
Anith Nuraini Abd Rashida*, Siti Azura Ramlanc, Nur Athiqah Harrond, Aini Hafizah Mohd Saode, Nadiah Ismailf
Universiti Teknologi MARA (Pulau Pinang), Permatang Pauh 13500, Malaysia
Abdul Aziz Abdul Mutallibb
Jazari2u Enterprise, Kota Tinggi, 81900 Johor, Malaysia
Abstract - As international freight forwarders, Merong Freight Sdn. Bhd. has the urge to run their operation effectively. The operations currently done in a conventional way and it is ineffective due to limited resources. Therefore the Log Track in web-based application is proposed to automate all the operations in a real time manner and also an online digital storage to alleviate the document tracking process in a cost effective manner. This system also supports company performance analysis through the generated report
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"SMART-DAM" IoT(Internet of Things)-Based Intelligent Device As Long Distance Monitoring and Controlling High Water Surface Dam through A Smartphone Android
Linda Noviasari, Brian Dwi Murdianto, Lina Ambarwati, Eko Saputro Lukito & Fajar Indra Prasetyo
Yogyakarta State University
Abstract - The largest flood in Indonesia happened in Jatiasih dam on January 18, 2013. It shows that the condition of Jatiasih dam suffered bad degradation. It is the basic for reseachers to find out a device to anticipate the flood disaster in Indonesia. This study aims to find out the design and the performance of "SMART-DAM" IoT(Internet of Things)-Based Intelligent Device As Long Distance Monitoring and Controlling High Water Surface Dam through a Smartphone Android.The expected output of this device is the creation of a new high quality product "SMART-DAM", a device to measure high water level and overflow prevention of ground level water. The method used in this device is Analysis-Design-DevelopmentImplementation-Evaluation (ADDIE). This method appeared in the 1990s developed by Reiser and Mollenda to guide building devices and infrastructure program in making device to be effective, dynamic and support device performance. When used in development, this process is considered sequential and interactive, where the evaluation results of each stage can bring the development of the device to the previous stage. The end result of a stage is the starting product for the next stage (Pargito, 2010: 46). This study was done in Meteorology and Geophysics Agency of Yogyakarta from July to August 2016. The result of this study shows that "SMART-DAM" works well and succed to measure measure high water level of dam in long distance through a smartphone Android
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PCK: Knowledge on Learners – Real Rewards
Moganashwari Kandasamy, Melor Md Yunus & Mohamed Amin Embi
Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia
Abstract - This is a case study done upon eight ESL teachers in a primary school in Kedah. The study transpired as students face great challenge in learning a second language which is English. Mastering English is crucial as the country is evolving towards the 4th industrial revolution. Knowledge on learners is a pivotal element which needs due consideration from teachers to design the learning materials and to prepare the lessons based on the requirement of syllabus, national curriculum, students need and ability. Hence, the real rewards system is used to garner students participation and enhance students motivation to learn and master the language successfully. The findings revealed the real rewards system is positive and can be used in all other subjects to foster interest in the said area. The study suggest that the system encourages students to yearn for more competitions and compete with fellow classmates healthily. Postive attitude towards learning could be inculcated through this system effectively and systematically.
Automated Attendance Management and Alert System Version 3.0 (AAMAS V3)
Ilya Zulaikha Zulkifli, Fadzilah Abdol Razak, Nor Rashidah Paujah @Ismail, Mohd Sapuan Baharuddin, Siti Khatijah Nor Abdul Rahim, Nor Hazlina Mohammad, Nurul Husna Jamian & Nor Faezah Mohamad Razi
Universiti Teknologi Mara (UiTM), Perak Branch, Tapah Campus
Abstract - Increasing number of students who have been barred from sitting the final examination has become one of the frustrations among the lecturers and academic administration. One of the possible factors that could lead to this problem is the current practices of calculating students’ absenteeism percentage which consume much effort and time. Automated Attendance Management and Alert System Version 3.0 (AAMAS V3) which was developed using Microsoft Access, Excel and Visual Basic, intends to simplify this process as well as monitoring students’ absences to class. It also aims to smoothen the management report of the students’ absences and issue early notification using short messaging system (SMS) and email on current status of absenteeism to both students and parents. The system would automatically track the number of notifications sent and generate automatic absenteeism report. Notification received via SMS and email are capable of giving prompt warning to students and parents about current absences percentage. AAMAS V3 which was tailored to Universiti Teknologi MARA (UiTM) has a positive possibility in reducing the rate of students being barred from sitting final examination as well as saving time in filling out forms and avoiding notification letters being issued manually. The system is beneficial and user friendly therefore it has a good potential to be commercialized to interested institutions or any other organizations
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Fall Monitoring System using Arduino-Andriod Technology
Aini Hafizah Mohd Saod, Mohammad Zahid Ismail, Nur Athiqah Harron, Nadiah Ismail, Siti Azura Ramlan, Anith Nuraini Abdul Rashid
Universiti Teknologi MARA (Pulau Pinang), 13500 Permatang Pauh, Malaysia
Abstract - Elders or older people always struggle to do physical activities that involved movement of the body and coordination with the sight. Sometimes, they tend to slip or trip which caused fall incident and then hard to get first aid when the family members are not around. This project proposed a fall monitoring system for physical activities using Arduino-android technology. The aim of the study is to detect fall incident in real-time using accelerometer. Arduino microcontroller is used to control input/output (I/O) devices and integrate with the interface system. A prototype equipped with accelerometer, Arduino microcontroller, Global System for Mobile communication (GSM) modem, Global Positioning System (GPS) module and Bluetooth module is implemented to test the functionality of the system. The interface system is developed using android application to integrate with the I/O devices. A number of respondents have been asked to use the wearable prototype in order to monitor their movement while doing common physical activities. When a fall incident is detected, the system will send a warning message contains time and place in which incident takes place. The proposed system offers an alternative way for fall detection in a low-cost manner.
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The Design and Development of Mobilepreneur on Wheel (MPoW) for Mobilepreneurs in Championing Local Business
1Shahrul Ridzuan Arshad, 2Ima Shanaz Wahidin, 2Safawi Abd Rahman, 2Khiriah Ibrahim & 2Hasnida Abdullah
1Quest International University Perak (QIUP) 2Universiti Teknologi MARA (UiTM)
Abstract - The Ministry of Rural and Region Development (KKLW) has recently introduced the Mobilepreneur (Mobile Entrepreneur) program to inspire and stimulate entrepreneurship among Malaysian youth and rural community/ambassador in Malaysia. The Mobilepreneur requires a setup or components that include vehicle, toolkit and basic entrepreneurship course. While vehicle and entrepreneurship courses are adequately available, the toolkit component requires complementary and extra setup including mobile communication device with necessary application supporting the Mobilepreneur. This paper addresses the design of an android-based mobile application for local entrepreneurs to locate, promote and benchmark the Mobilepreneur business programs. The intended mobile application described herein is the central communication platform to pick-and-pay or locate-and-appoint the product and services offered by Mobilepreneur. It is expected that the local entrepreneurs are capable of expanding and promoting their business programs and administering the entrepreneurship activities through MPoW holistically
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MyPhD Planner v.2.0
Asmat Ismail1, Asniza Hamimi Abdul Tharim1, Nur’Ain Ismail1, Nursaadatun Nisak Ahmad2, Nor Zarina Mohd Salim2 and Zarul Azhar Nasir2
1Faculty of Architecture, Planning and Surveying, Universiti Teknologi MARA (Perak) 2Faculty of Bussiness Management, Universiti Teknologi MARA (Perak) firstname.lastname@example.org
Abstract - The Ministry of Higher Education (MOHE) Malaysia and scholarship awarded university impose a necessary condition for the PhD Candidates to graduate on time within three years without any extension granted under any circumstances. Therefore, it is essential for the postgraduate students enrolled in masters and doctoral programs to complete their studies within the stipulated period (Graduate on time). Thus, MyPhD Planner is an online system which is developed to provide a platform for PhD Candidates in planning, coordinating and monitoring their PhD journey. The purpose of this online system is to assist the PhD candidates in organising their studies and facilitate the organisations in achieving their target percentage of Graduate on Time (GOT) for PhD students. At the beginning of its development, the prototype version of MyPhD Planner v.1.0 offered a limited function. The second version of MyPhD Planner improvises by providing more interactive functions that help in guiding student management throughout their study period. Hence, it is hoped that this system will bring vast benefit to the academician as well as the university in enhancing their human capital.
Wong Wei Ming, Norbayah Binti Ahmad, Nur Amirah Shafiqah Binti Salleh, Dellwistha B.B Musah, Rose Lew Ai Fen
Jabatan Kejuruteraan Mekanikal (Mekatronik), Politeknik Kota Kinabalu
Abstract - This project uses hydropower to generate electricity by submerging it under water and the generated electricity can be used for small electronic devices. In the jungle or at rural area, it is difficult to find electric sources especially for campers and researchers. At times, researchers may face difficulties to conduct their month long research in the jungle without proper electric source. Thereby, the main objective of this project is to create a generator that produces electricity for small electronic devices. The second objective is to create a device that can detect the voltage, temperature and humidity of the environment. Third objective is to create an IOT (Internet of Things) device that can monitor and observe the temperature, humidity and voltage data more easily. This project was developed by using a generator with waterproof tube fixing that holds the generator. An external chassis was created to reinforce the generator and 3D printed blades were used to turn the generator when there was water flow. This portable generator with voltage, temperature and humidity sensors can help to detect and observe the temperature and humidity of surrounding environment. Water flow can be calculated through the generated voltage value. Data are then collected and sent to a mobile application called “Blynk” and to a web server called “Thingspeak” which help to observe data from a far distance. Campers and researchers can then generate their own electric energy while camping or while doing research as well as observed the generated data from far away
Web-Based Monitoring System for Industrial Training
Siti Azura Ramlana*, Anith Nuraini Abd Rashidc, Najwa Mohd Fauzid, Siti Sarah Mat Isae, Nur Athiqah Harronf, Aini Hafizah Mohd Saodg Abdul Aziz Abdul Muttalibb
Engineering Design Solution, Perai 13700,Pulau Pinang Malaysia Universiti Teknologi MARA (Pulau Pinang), Permatang Pauh 13500, Malaysia
Abstract - An interaction between several individuals may introduce a complex interactions especially upon requiring to collect information that required to be quantified. The problem encounter in midst of handling internship planning and execution may require vast amount of time and much energy will be invested due to the traditional method of collecting & processing information. Social media does improve partially in sending information however, information are unindexed and rendered, which cannot be used for further analysis. So, an efficient process is required to ensure that the effective way of information analysis can be implemented. Therefore, a Web-based monitoring system was palnned, designed and developed for the placement of industrial trainning management. The modularity of Model View Controller (MVC) framework allow the implementation of the complex interaction to be simplified and further allow system development to accommodate multiple organizations (companies and universities) and role (coordinator and students) to be tailored to their personas. With the web implementation hosted on cloud allow the scalability of the tools to be accessed from all of the primary user of the system. The Web-based system was successful developed and implemented for Diploma students of Electrical Engineering students and assist the next process of data collection, record and analysis
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Pepero-Bar: Peperomia pellucida in Snack Bar as a Resourceful Snack for a Healthier Heart
Tutiek Rahayu, Lexi Jalu Aji, Amarylli Suta Arga Hergani, Anggun Fitria Agung, Rini Nur Utami & Septi Vita Vidyaningsih
Yogyakarta State University
Abstract - This research was aimed to obtain a resourceful snack with Suruhan leaves (Peperomia pellucida) as one of the ingredients in Pepero-Bar for a healthier Heart. Suruhan is a type of wild plant with various bioactive components. However, this kind of plant was rarely being used in advanced terms. This plant has been used to remedy several illnesses such as skin abscesses, acne, inflammation, stomachache, and even kidney illness. It also possessed the potential to be an anti-cancer, anti-microbial, and anti-oxidants as reported. The antioxidants compounds could fight free radicals on the coronary heart which is a cardiovascular disease (CVD). CVD is one of the Non-Communicable Diseases (NCD), the number one cause of death worldwide. The number of anti-oxidants within dried Suruhan leaves extract is 3,25 mmol/100 grams, while the number of anti-oxidants in fresh leaves is 0.21 mmol/100 grams. The product was named with Pepero Bar in the shape of snack bar to promote its healthiness. It was made from 200 grams Suruhan powder, 50 grams raisins, 50 grams chopped date palm fruit, 50 grams chopped Almond/cashew, 38 grams wheat flour, Salt, 3/4 teaspoon of baking soda, 100 grams butter, 50 grams palm sugar, 75 grams sugar, 3/4 vanilla extract, 150 grams quick oatmeal. The result from this experiment is a nutritious snack bar with high anti-oxidants. An antioxidant is a molecule that prevents the oxidation of other molecules. Oxidation is a chemical reaction that can produce free radicals, leading to chain reactions that may damage cells
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VOLCANSMART: PRE-DISASTER MITIGATION VOLCANO ERUPTION ANDROID APP
Yonatan Yolius Anggara1, Roni Marudut Situmorang2, Singgih Bekti Warsito3, Anjasmoro Adi Nugroho4, Endar Tri Pambudi5
1,2,5Department of Geography Edu., Faculty of Social Science, Yogyakarta Satate University 2Department of Mecatronica Edu., Faculty of Mechanic, Yogyakarta State University 3Department of Informatic Technology, Faculty of Mechanic, Yogyakarta State University email@example.com
Abstract - Volcano eruption to date has claimed many casualties. This is due to the difficulty of prediction of an eruption in a volcano. A volcanic eruption can be predicted with some parameters, one of the most important measurement parameter, namely the parameters of land surface temperatures. Volcanic eruption will experience can lead to increased land surface temperature significantly. High land surface temperature will affect the temperature of the surrounding air, thus causing an increase of air temperature as well. Community slopes of volcanoes during this does not get info quickly when the eruption will occur. This issue is caused slowness of information that comes as a result of information that came not directly acquired by mobile phone community. Rapid development of mobile telephony has created an Android service that can be used to access all information quickly. Rescue many souls before the eruption occurred is needed, therefore, necessary information can be used by the people directly, through the application of pre-disaster mitigation volcanic eruption in the Android app. Results from this study is an application that can run on mobile devices, and provides the parameters for the air temperature to pre-disaster mitigation volcano eruption. Air temperature measurements periodically through these applications can enhance community preparedness in daily activity on sloping volcano, researchers in conducting research on the volcano, and the government in determining the appropriate time for a quick evacuation.
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Krokot Brownies Steamed: Utilization of Krokot Plants (Portulaca Oleracea L.) as Source of Omega-3 Snacks
Assabiq Yudhy Avanda, Hindun Nur ‘Aisyah, Astri Anggraeni, Astuti Lestari, Irmawati
Yogyakarta State University, Indonesia
Abstract - Indonesia is rich in naural resources, this can be seen from many plants that grow around the environment, start from plants that are reputed useful for society and plants that are reputed weeds. One of the plants that are reputed weeds for this society are krokot (Portulaca Oleracea L.). This krokot plants is easily found and society is still reputed as a wild plant that is still under utilized. Krokot plants have a good nutrient content for growth and development of the brain as well as for the health of the body, one of them is omega-3. Omega-3 serves as body immune, increase intelligence and as antioxidant that can prevent cancer cell growth. Along with the development of society, food and beverages developed and packaged as fast food. One of the fast food products is brownies. Brownies is a popular food product because it tastes sweet. Currently brownies in production with wheat flour. From the existing problems, therefore the authors make a new innovation, that is “Krokot Brownies Steamed: Utilization of Krokot Plants (Portulaca Oleracea L.) as Source of Omega-3 Snacks”. Krokot powder has high selling value. Moreover, authors use the plants were not been fully utilized in the society, with making of innovations brownies krokot is able to add domestic products which is able to compete in the international market in addition to the State's foreign exchange. The existence of industrial brownies krokot flour is able to open new jobs to reduce unemployment.
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Maxillofacial Suturing Training Kit
Nurul Aida Ngah, Mohd Shawal Firdaus Mohammad, Nik Zarina Nik Mahmood, Kamaruddin Wahab & Budi Aslinie Md Sabri
Faculty of Dentistry, UiTM Sungai Buloh Campus
Abstract - Suturing skills are important for every dentist to master in order to work competently. The maxillofacial region is a highly prominent area and is highly visible, hence it demands a high level of skill in order to maintain facial aesthetics post trauma or surgery. The objective of this project was to create a cost- effective, portable suturing training kit which allows students/dentists to practice suturing in the comfort of their homes or dormitories. This project aims to develop a cost effective portable comprehensive maxillofacial suturing training kit mimicking a real life clinical situation. The kit features a lifelike silicone face with common maxillofacial soft tissue injuries. The kit also includes a needle holder, tissue forceps, scissors, non -resorbable and resorbable sutures, an instruction booklet and a training CD. The kit will include tutorials on different suturing methods, type of wounds and various surgical knots. The novelty of this product is that it is suitable to be used either by a dental/medical student who wish to learn basic suturing or even by dental/medical specialists who want to practice and perfect their skills. This kit can be marketed in dental and medical schools to be used as an adjunct in surgical teaching and can also be marketed to practicing oral health professionals as part of their lifelong professional development
Hajj Trainer: The Media for Hajj and Umrah Uses Virtual Reality (VR) Technology
Fajar Indra Prasetyo, Dwi Novita Sari, Anindya Muliawati, Novi Syaifatun Kamala & Brian Dwi Murdianto
Yogyakarta State University, Indonesia
Abstract - Innovative technologies and creative for Hajj and ' Umrah during the training have not functioned properly. This training is felt monotonous and material obtained by wouldbe pilgrims to Mecca and was not well received. In addition, a training method using manual also led to the description of the implementation of the Hajj and umrah is not so clear. Based on these problems, appears a statement of the problem, namely how to design and the work from a media training for Hajj and umrah technology-based virtual reality. The purpose of this research is to design and to create a media training for Hajj and umrah technology-based virtual reality. Hajj Trainer is an innovative media created using virtual reality technology. The use of virtual reality in media training haji is a novelty that could help the pilgrims and umrah in the real practice. The advantage of this tool that is very easy to use for all ages and make users can feel real condition in the training of Hajj and umrah. In addition, the society can use this tool to add knowledge of Hajj and ' umrah independently
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3Ps-PMT: Public Private Partnership Performance Measurement Tool
Nor Suzila Lop, Kharizam Ismail, Haryati Mohd Isa and Natasha Khalil
Faculty of Architecture Planning and Surveying, Universiti Teknologi MARA, Seri Iskandar Campus, Seri Iskandar, 32610, Perak, Malaysia. firstname.lastname@example.org
Abstract - Malaysia has been ranked as the second highest country in Asia on its infrastructure development through Malaysian Public Private Partnership (3Ps) projects. In this regard, Malaysian government has set a target to become a developed nation under the 'Vision 2020' country plan to meet high demands for public infrastructure development. Therefore, 3Ps is anticipated to be one of the drivers of such developments. In Malaysia, privatisation of public projects and 3Ps projects has begun since the 1980s and this trend has continued and maintained until the Eleventh Malaysia Plan (2016-2020). Among the crucial elements in the 3Ps implementation is specifying the standard assessment of private concessionaires’ performance through the execution of key performance indicators (KPIs). Currently, KPIs have served as the most useful performance measurement tool (PMT) in measuring performance of 3Ps projects. However, the methods performed in assessing the performance of 3Ps projects have been criticized among researchers during the implementation of 3Ps projects in Malaysia. Therefore, 3Ps-PMT was develop to assist the construction stakeholders to overwhelm this issue. With 3Ps-PMT, the performance level of the 3Ps projects can be measured easily and more realistic to ensure value for money (VFM) is achieved. The facility offered by 3Ps-PMT can also be adopted as a very effective Performance Audit Tool for continuous learning in 3Ps project management.
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Glogster: Honing Presenting Skills Among Students
Melor Md Yunus, Parvani Sivalingam
University Kebangsaan Malaysia
Abstract - The advent of technology in Malaysia has probed educationist to integrate teachnology in their teaching pedagogies. One of the web tool used in this study is Glogster. This quasi-experimental study was aimed to explore learner’s experience and perception towards using Glogster, an online poster, in their presentations. The pre and post survey revealed that learners had better experience presenting using Glogster (Mean=7.19, SD=2.857).The pre and post surveys revealed that learners, 81.3% of learners discovered that Glogster helped them to be a better presenter
Political Fun Race
Rafizah Binti Mohd Noor, Nursyahida Binti Zulkifli, Muhammad Ariff Asyrul Bin Adnan, Shamsinar Binti Rahman, ‘Ainatul Fathiyah Bınti Abdul Rahim
Faculty of Administrative Science and Policies Study, UiTM Cawangan Pahang, Malaysia. email@example.com
Abstract - Political science and public administration is the main course offered by the Faculty of Administrative Science and Policy Studies, Universiti Teknologi MARA to the Diploma in Public Administration (DPA) students. Basically, the DPA students will learn about the government administration and they must familiarized themselves with the political terminologies. The problem encounter among some of the DPA students when they are confused and facing difficulties to explain the political terminologies that they have learnt. This will create problems because most of the courses offered to the DPA students related to the government administration such as introduction to public administration, political science, government and politics, Malaysian politic, local government administration, public financial administration and development administration. Other than that, if the students do not have good general knowledge and not familiar with the history, politics and current issues happening in Malaysia, they will face difficulties in completing the course and will repeat the course or extend the study. Thus, the purpose of developing this Political Fun Race is to give early exposure to enhance the students’ understanding pertaining to political and public administration terminologies and improve student’s achievement more than 80 percent passing rate and help them to graduate-on-time (GOT). Inspired by one of the popular childhood games; Snake and Ladder, with four (4) divided components (board, dice, counter and questions cards), this project aimed to help DPA students to develop their proper understanding about the political term and issues happening in Malaysia by an innovation in teaching and learning activities. The product can be based on a collaboration with Pejabat Pendidikan Daerah (PPD) by introducing it to Form 6, General Studies students. This project also will suit well to the Malaysian whereby it can create awareness of Malaysian on the current political issues. It is hoped that this Political Fun Race will be made available to all students regardless of their course, program, university or country as well as the public.
Portable High-Efficient Photo-Voltaic System
Muhammad Haziq Fikri Bin Muhammad Redzuan Woo & Izwah Binti Ismail
Politeknik Ungku Omar
Abstract - Portable-high efficiency solar energy system is a compact portable energy system that can supply electrical energy while on-the-go. The system uses green concept which absorbs the rays from the colossal nuclear reaction in our solar system which is the sun. In this project , individual component in photovoltaic system that contribute to charging rate were investigated. Evidence that 90-95% power range produced by the portable high efficient photo voltaic system was identified by monitoring the inverter values. However, trends for using a solar tracking system to improve the system's overall performance and include an integrated battery solution at around 98% of system’s efficiency can be added in future recommendations.
Alyaa Farrah Dibha, Salsabila Intan Savitri & Alma Miranda
Abstract - As we know Indonesia is an archipelago countrywhere mostly Indonesia are is ocean. About 70% of Indonesian area is marine waters with coastline of ±81.000 km. The use of marine beauty often promoted is underwater charm such as coral reef and other marine biota, but unfortunately the use of marine water itself can not be use well by government or societal around basically, sea water at the Indonesian waters can be use for daily life for drink, washing, cooking, etc. But the physical characteristic that is salty water should be changed to be fresh water through desalination of water. For example, the use of fresh water for life beside human life, fresh water also be used to cultivate fresh water fish and plants as means for photosynthesis. But, today many wates misuse by human being, many also pollution caused by irresponsible human beings. It cause water crisis, as stated that fresh water availability in Indonesia can be said about 12.000m³ per capita per year. But, the water availability above average in the world that only 8.000m³. Because of that to cultivate fresh water with much amount and do not disturb other ecosystem can be used other technology called as magic dispenser by using desalination process.
Contaminants Free Gloves
Fatima Mohamed Yousif Mohamed, Thinakaren Batumalai, Ling Shing Wong
Faculty of Health & Life Sciences INTI International University, Malaysia
Abstract - Gloves protect the user against safety or health hazards like microbial contamination or hazardous chemical at work. Improper disposal of used gloves either in dustbin or biohazard bin or keeping them in dustbin for long time causes microbes to grow and that may lead to the spread of pathogenic microorganisms or toxin chemicals. Such situations does not only occur in medical laboratories, it also occur in universities, clinics and research laboratories. To overcome such problem, an invention can be made by the addition of ziplock that’s ensure whatever has been exposed by the gloves remain trapped inside. Adding the ziplock will not change the original material, but it is effective to avoid the spread of microbes out from dustbin or biohazard containers until it’s been successfully disposed. This will ensures the safety for students, researchers, doctors and workers in laboratories area.
UD Toolkits for Stairs & Ramp
Choomket Sawangjaroen, Pawin Sirisali, Wiruj Somsopon, Rungrat Tengkaoprasert & Chompunut Khuankhean
Thammasat University Universal Design Research Unit, Faculty of Architecture and Planning, Thammasat University
Abstract - Typically, the building should be accessed by Stairss or ramps. However, we often found that these Stairss and ramps are “damaged” or “un-usable.” In addition, the process of Universal Design’s (UD) assessments is quite complicated and difficult for normal people. To progress the process of UD assessments, requirement of specialists and specific tools are mandatory. The project, therefore, propose a tool called “UD Toolkits for Stairs & ramp” in order to enable normal people, disables, and elderly to progress the process of UD’s assessments more easily. This project aims to build UD Toolkits’s assessment for Stairs and ramp. The process covers literature review, participatory design with all stakeholders, pilot test and conclusion. The Benefit to the user as: 1) disables and elderly people to be able to access all areas more effectively and confidently. 2) Personal assistant of disables and elderly people should be able to plan their journey more assuredly. 3) Government auditor should be able to minimize the accessibility’s assessment process. This Toolkits support social equity for all people and support accessibility of the building for people with disability and the elderly. The Toolkits should benefit Commercialization potential as its cost is inexpensive and convenient to use, which should attracts customer more.
Jeansco Bagpack: An Eco-Multipurpose Bag for People On-The-Go
Muhamad Zulhelmi Abdullah Suhami, Umairah Mohd Tohid, Nur Syafikah Wan Jusoh, Khairul Ashikhin Abdullah Suhami & Hassnah Wee*
Faculty of Hotel & Tourism Management, Universiti Teknologi MARA, Selangor Campus, 40450 Shah Alam, Malaysia. *firstname.lastname@example.org
Abstract - The objectives of the product are to identify travelers’ needs while traveling and to examine the current trends in the combination with an eco-friendly product. JeansCo Bagpack is produced for travelers or people on-the-go, which can ease their burden to bring many bags, and instead of carrying a lot of bags, they only have to carry 7in1 JeansCo Bagpack. The necessity items that a traveler normally brings while traveling are introduced in this multipurpose backpack. This is the new idea of the product since in the market recycle jeans are not the really famous item to be recycled and additional material which is “Batik” as featured. Thus, we introduce this JeansCo Bagpack in the market because it is necessary for traveler since this product is 7 in 1 items. It will be easier for travelers to carry because all of the essential item provided by this product such as backpack, pillow neck, toiletries bag, blanket, multi-purpose mat, slipper, and safety pouch are attached together in one backpack made by recycling item. The invention of the design resides in the choices of items provided, the material used, pattern and ornamentation to establish this product to encourage them to boost their interest in traveling. This feature of the bag may delight especially to the new travelers; therefore, traveling could be enjoyable, easy, affordable and useful for them. This backpack is made out of recycled jeans in order to create awareness to the public on the eco-friendly practices. The Malaysian Batik will be used in making the product more attractive and as an initiative to introduce Malaysian culture to tourist.
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MOOC 4.0: The Framework
Erny Arniza Binti Ahmad
Faculty of Computer and Mathematical Sciences, UiTM Kedah
Abstract The Fourth Industrial Revolution (Industry 4.0) urges us to think creatively and integrally. Meanwhile, the future of education emphasizes the immense need to prepare the coming workforce for the challenges ahead. The impact of Industry 4.0 obliges the higher educational institutes to deliver future generations with the right set of skills and knowledge. Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs) have been regarded as a dominant force in the transformation of learning. The challenges that MOOCs bring to the learning arena spur educators to improve delivery. Existing development of MOOCs usually focuses on pedagogy, assessment, and technology. It rarely takes into account learners and instructors experience and motivation, which impedes the course completion. Learning content and instructions should be designed and developed so that is tailored to individual needs. There is also the requirement for a systematic methodology that guides the design and development process to secure the content quality. Thus, MOOC 4.0 is presented as establishing grounds for constructing a sustainable MOOC ecosystem. The framework proposes a systematic guideline in designing and developing quality and sustainable MOOC. Constructed on the established motivational, psychological, and web development model, MOOC 4.0 features strategies in designing a quality motivational content and instructions, and present a systematic approach for MOOC development process. MOOC 4.0 Framework provides an efficient, secure, and cost-effective structure for the instructors to deliver quality learning content and instructions that motivate the learners to further their lifelong learning and develop a knowledgeable and skillful society for Industry 4.0.
The Research’s Knowledge Transfer Through Co-Authorship Collaboration
Safawi Abdul Rahman, Siti Arpah Noordin, Fadhilnor Rahmad, Ahmad Nazri Mohamed & Anaqi Ahmad Salleh
Universiti Teknologi MARA
Abstract The Malaysian Ministry of Higher Education (MOHE) put the concern on knowledge transfer on Malaysia research universities (RUs) as the research, development and commercialization collaborations have been the key activities of Malaysia RU. However, the knowledge transfer through research collaboration may occur in different circumstances involving different level of participations (inter-universities and intra-universities) that make it difficult to determine the knowledge transfer through the research collaboration. This research examines the co-authorship collaboration pattern as it is believed that co-authorship collaboration directly portraying the knowledge transfer activities of Malaysia RUs aligned with national agenda. This study applies the social network analysis (SNA) as a tool for a proper understanding on how academicians in Malaysia RUs transfer the knowledge and collaborate with each other. Skewed toward the structural dimension of SNA, the visualization and tabulation of results indicate the knowledge transfer activities through research collaboration and co-authorship occurred extensively among researchers affiliated with Malaysian RUs.
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What’s My Line? A Prototype Of A Board Game For Optimising ESL Learners’ Participation And Vocabulary Building In A Group Discussion
Mardiana Binti Idris
Universiti Teknologi MARA
Abstract - Most ESL learners are generally comfortable when speaking in or as a group. However, they sometimes find (1) expressing their views, (2) using suitable vocabulary to express their opinions and (3) practising turn-taking in a group discussion challenging. Therefore, ‘What’s my line?’ (WML) – a prototype of a board game - was conceived to address these challenges. WML consists of topic cards, strips of vocabulary with varying scores attached, player cubes, vocabulary strips’ holder, a square board and a rule booklet. The topics and vocabulary for the game were selected through a series of discussions with experienced speaking examiners. Some of the topics included health, education and social issues. In piloting the game, thirteen groups from four classes (54 learners in total) played the game. After each game, learners remarked that the game was enjoyable as they had the language input from the vocabulary strips. The researcher also observed that learners participated actively in the game by trying to obtain more scores from the vocabulary strips. Thus far, most language games centred on grammar but with WML, learners learnt to discuss academic topics in a highly engaging board game with an element of quick thinking. Apart from improving ESL learners’ oral proficiency in terms of acquiring relevant vocabulary for some topics and learning how to take an active turn in a group discussion, this game could also perhaps enhance their confidence in speaking English – one of the important skills needed to survive in the 21st century’s education and career environments.
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Faiz bin Zulkifli, Rozaimah binti Zainal Abidin, Zurina binti Mansor, Mohd Hafiz bin Mohamad Hamzah & Faridah binti Zulkipli
Universiti Teknologi MARA Perak Branch, Tapah Campus, 35400 Tapah Road, Perak Darul Ridzuan
Abstract - Statistics is one of the vital component in conducting research. Considering preresearch, the greater part of the social sciences students at university had issues in mastering statistics. It could be seen from two factors: to start with, their fundamental mathematics was low. Second, the students did not have inspiration amid instructing learning process. To overcome the issues, classroom activity approach is utilized. It executed flashcards and games as the media. The aim of this innovation product is to improve students’ understanding in statistics and students’ motivation using flashcards and games. This is the first game that considers Bloom’s Taxonomy level. The questions are randomly generating by the system. In this way, the questions show up will be distinctive each time it is opened. Students can test their understanding in view of the subject that has been examined. Time to respond in due order regarding each question has been set. This product comprises of flashcards and games are easy to understand by not just students who are in the statistics field, but to other field students also. By executing statistics in real life, the society gradually can enhance their economic.
MobiEko: Mobile Educational Application For Economics Education
Mohamad Siri Muslimin, Norazah Mohd Nordin, Ahmad Zamri Mansor, Harwati Hashim & Melor Md Yunos
Faculty of Education, National University of Malaysia (UKM), Bangi 43600, Malaysia
Abstract - Among significant challenge in today's education is the method of delivery in teaching and learning which is still conventional. Hence, it needs a paradigm shift for the design and revamps the delivery methods and strategies for the pedagogical education system to meet the demands and needs of education in the 21st century. Therefore, this study will look at the potential for design and development of mobile learning applications for Microeconomics (MobiEko) module at Malaysian Polytechnics context as to create a teaching and learning experience more exciting and meaningful. The design and development of this application are based on Design and Development Research (DDR) and ADDIE instructional design model that has five phases namely, analysis, design, development, implementation, and evaluation. The prototype of this application packaged in the form of Android apps and envisioned to enable the learning of Microeconomics courses on mobile devices, support ubiquitous, collaborative, and social learning for students. The implication of this study indicates that the implementation of the mobile learning, multimedia and diversity model in teaching and learning strategies which are integrated into MobiEko app has a positive impact on students’ motivation and achievement and is suitable to be used in the context of Microeconomics learning.
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Template Creation Concept For Sarawak Traditional Art Motif In 21st Century Education
Lambat Anak Lindong, Ph.D. , Ling Pik Kuong, Ph.D., Ling Ching Rou, Wong Mee Leng, Loh Chen San & Wong Siew Jew
Teacher’s Education Institute Rajang Campus, Sarawak
Abstract - This action research focuses on solving the lack of competence and confidence among non-Iban students in Teacher’s Education Institute Rajang Campus in Sarawak traditional art and craft themed teaching and learning. To facilitate the said activities, the researchers have developed a set of instruments named as “STAM Template”. The target group consists of a group of 14 student teachers having Fine Art Education as their core elective. The research has been carried in three phases. During the development phase, STAM template was built and pilot tests were conducted in two national type Chinese Primary Schools. Then, during the implementation phase, three cycles of class action were being carried out. Finally, during the application and maintenance phase, the research participants attended workshop and briefing on STAM before their Phase 1 practicum. Observation findings, students’ art work, feedback from mentors and supervising lecturers show the suitability and feasibility of STAM templates for all four visual art fields and in accordance to year one to year six visual art syllabi. Furthermore, the data analysis of the student’s work verified that the understanding of STAM has augmented by + 13% while the aspect of student’s creativity has also significantly increased during the creation of STAM templates and its application through various art techniques. STAM activities are in line with the demands and needs of the 21st Century Education as it is able to nuture cross-cultural skills in cultural diversity setting of Malaysia.
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Performance of Hot Mix Asphalt Pavement Using Sewage Sludge As Filler
Mohd Izzat Joohari*, Nurhidayati Mat Daud, Noraziyan Abd Aziz, Nor Izzah Zainuddin, Mohd Khairuddin B Yaakub@Said, Nurakmal Hamzah
Faculty of Civil Engineering, Universiti Teknologi MARA, Permatang Pauh, Pulau Pinang, Malaysia *email@example.com
Abstract - Sewage sludge is a semi-solid material that is left from wastewater during sewage treatment of industrial or municipal wastewater. Today, waste materials that contribute to wastewater keeps increasing due to growing of population. Therefore, a solution to reduce waste can be practiced by applying green technology where it beneficially can save the space storage for waste material and cost of disposal. The idea of this research is to find alternatives that can be used as a replacement of raw material for asphalt mix design. This research studied on determining the performance of hot mix asphalt pavement using Marshall Mix Design method by using sewage sludge ash as a filler. Modification on mineral filler can be determined using the performance test. ACW14 wearing course of aggregate grading and ACB14 pen 80/100 grade of bitumen content was used. Bitumen content used for the sample were 4%, 4.5%, 5%, 5.5% and 6%. Once the samples were prepared, the Optimum Binder Content (OBC) value was determined by plotting each of the graph using volumetric properties against binder content. The obtained OBC value was 5.2%. Then, control and modified sample were compared based on the performance using Uniaxial Compression Test. The modified sample show higher value in strength with 35.86 kN compared to the control sample of 35.6 kN. Thus, it showed that the modified sample can withstand more load applied than control sample.
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Mycrowd: Mobile Application For Event Tourism
Atika Arharmid, Khairunisa Anuar, Izzati Fauzi, & Hassnah Wee*
Faculty of Hotel & Tourism Management, Universiti Teknologi MARA, Selangor Campus, 42300 Bandar Puncak Alam, Malaysia. *Corresponding author: firstname.lastname@example.org
Abstract - Mobile applications have been used widely in mobile phones. With the help of advanced technology today, not only is the number of mobile applications expanding, but the number of users is also increasing. There are a lot of events happening in Malaysia, but unfortunately, there is no specific mobile application available for event searching and ticketing in Malaysia. MyCrowd will be the first mobile application that introduces the users to find and buy tickets for various types of events organized in Malaysia. MyCrowd can help users find and discover every event that is held in Malaysia. The user could also filter the events by categories, which include festivals, sports, entertainment, food and beverages, MICE, culture and more. With the modern technology that has been used in mobile phones nowadays, MyCrowd can notify users of the upcoming events that will be held. Not only that, users could also set any specific event as a favourite and set reminders on the events calendar that they intend to attend. This application will benefit tourists and the local community awareness towards events being held around them thus keeping them with up to date information on current events schedule. Event organizers able to promote and advertise their events using this mobile application.
B-Navi Mobile Application for Avitourism
Nik Ezwan Razzi Nik Suhaimi1, Nuruljannah Mohd Arbain1, Wan Muhammad Nuruddin Wan Hanafi1, Hassnah Wee1* , Hanif Hanan5
1Faculty of Hotel & Tourism Management, Universiti Teknologi MARA, Selangor Campus, 42300 Bandar Puncak Alam, Malaysia. 5Pusat Pengajian Perniagaan & Pengurusan Maritim, Universiti Malaysia Terengganu, 21030 Kuala Nerus, Terengganu, Malaysia *Corresponding author: email@example.com
Abstract - There are approximately over 250 species of lowland and mountain birds around the Bukit Larut area, which represent 40% of bird species in Malaysia. Currently, there is no specific technique used by the birdwatching enthusiasts (birder) in Bukit Larut to ease their activities in birdwatching or avitourism. With the help of modern technology nowadays, the mobile application is the best choice to reach the information because it is efficient, effective and attractive. With the help of Geographic Information System (GIS) birdwatching enthusiast can track the bird species at the specific location in Bukit Larut. B-Navi mobile application will be the first mobile application in Malaysia for birdwatching activity in Bukit Larut. The BNavi application will be equipped with a navigation system that locates all the bird species location. Besides, this application will show the information of the Bukit Larut itself and the description, including pictures and entertainment. This mobile application will enhance tourists’ satisfaction and experience. These mobile apps will also attract children, school children and students in higher learning institution to know more about the species of the bird because of the easy access to information by using the B-Navi mobile application. The outcome of this application will benefit both society and local tourism authority in getting tourist to visit the destination as well as easy access to children and students to obtain information on local bird’s species. The commercialization of this B-Navi mobile application is viable due to its low cost of development.
My REAL: An Innovative Approach in Enhancing Speaking Skills
Ramlah Awaluddin1 and Zain Akmal Kamaruzain2
1Lecturer, General Studies Department, Polytechnic Sandakan Sabah 2Deputy Director of Internationalization and Promotion, College Poly-Tech Mara Bangi, Selangor
Abstract - Speaking skills were essential in learning ESL as many students equate being able to speak a target language as knowing the language and viewed learning the language as learning how to speak the language. However, when it came to teaching and learning of English in ESL classroom especially in Polytechnic Malaysia it was cleared that students faced a lot of difficulties with speaking skills. In addition to being too shy to speak, they are worried about making mistakes. They were afraid of criticism or losing face. In addition of not having sufficient opportunities to practice, they tended to use their mother tongue rather than the target language, even when they practice in class. Thus, this innovation was developed to find out if My-REAL can be used to enhance speaking skills among Polytechnic Malaysia students. The researchers developed a module based on Task Based Language Teaching (TBLT) Approach that involved 76 semester three students of Polytechnic Malaysia. The innovation finds out that My REAL was effective in enhancing speaking skills and a learner centred approach enabling learners to use their existing linguistic resource. This study may aspire and help ESL teachers that are teaching speaking skills to adapt some of the activities in the usual course book according to a more task-based approach. Hence, the students can participate in oral practice of target language effectively and in turn help them to improve their speaking abilities.
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Highlands Park And Ride – Providing A Truly Sustainable Transport Solutions
Zaharah Mohamed Rani, Khairun Najiah Ahmad, Inoormaziah Azman, Siti Aisah Abas & Nurul Aziah Ahmad
Universiti Teknologi MARA, Universiti Islam Antarabangsa Malaysia, Universiti Malaysia Kelantan
Abstract - Highlands Park and Ride is an initiative to reduce the number of private transportation in Cameron Highlands, particularly in high density towns such as Tanah Rata, Brinchang and Tringkap. Highlands Park and Ride is seen as a solution for major overcrowding that frequently arise in Cameron Highlands during public holidays. This overcrowding phenomenon is without doubt is an indication of exceeding the level of carrying capacity in the area. Therefore, the availability of Highlands Park and Ride allow tourist to explore Cameron Highlands using different mode of travel and thus enhance the tourist satisfaction. Highlands Park and Ride is designed to ease the burden of the tourist in finding parking space and to encourage them to use public transportation. The potentiality of Highlands Park and Ride extends to numerous attractions in Cameron Highlands that regularly forgotten by tourist due to unplanned itinerary and unavailability of parking spaces. Furthermore, this program is highly proposed to lessen the traffic congestion, land and soil erosion and carbon dioxide emission issues in Cameron Highlands.
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Anti-Derivatives Mobile Learning Tool
Nur Hidayah Masni Abdullah, Nazirah Ramli, Noraini Mohamed, Suriyati Ujang, Rozita Mohamed
Faculty of Computer & Mathematical Sciences Universiti Teknologi Mara Pahang, Jengka Campus, Bandar Jengka, Pahang, Malaysia firstname.lastname@example.org
Abstract - Differentiation and anti-differentiation are the hearts of Calculus. Differentiation is an algorithmic process which can be achieved by analysing the function definition and apply the appropriate rules to each definition. However, anti-differentiation is not an algorithmic process and there are no specific rules for solving it. Although there are various integration techniques, it requires experience and many students fail to choose the appropriate technique for a given integrand. In this project, a mobile learning tool for solving anti-derivatives based on types of integrand is developed. Through this mobile learning tool, knowledge on anti-derivatives can be easily access at anytime and anywhere without time and place restrictions. It provides a more flexible and interesting learning process that can be experienced by the students. This tool aimed at optimizing student and educators’ engagement via mobile technology at the students’ preferences. Students and educators may benefit with this mobile learning tool as it is a mobile application which can boost both knowledge and attitude and thus contribute to higher performance in Calculus subject.
Islamic Finance and Banking: 4-Pitstop 6-Motion
Maslinawati Mohammada, Intan Waheedah Othmanb, Seri Ayu Masuri Md Daudb & Hairul Suhaimi Naharc
aFaculty of Accountancy, Universiti Teknologi MARA (UiTM) Selangor bFaculty of Accountancy, Universiti Teknologi MARA (UiTM, Selangor cFaculty of Economics and Management, University Putra Malaysia, Selangor cDepartment of Accounting, College of Economics and Political Science, Sultan Qaboos University, Sultanate of Oman. E-mail: email@example.com
Abstract - The extant literature on culture suggests that people are culturally heterogeneous based on their region, religion, gender, generation and class. The established four cultural dimensions available in the literature differentiate national culture values into masculinity versus femininity, power distance, individualism versus collectivism and uncertainty avoidance2. In the Malaysian racial context, the first two value dimensions i.e. masculinity versus femininity and power distance define Malay cultural values as feminine (such as discretion and modesty) and high power distance. These effectively create unique personality traits among the Malay students in the educational setting which are shyness and introversion, as well as relatively wide social gap between teachers and learners. Accordingly, this necessitates the conventional teaching method to be less effective for Malay learners as learning styles has been identified in the literature to be culturally driven. Against this theoretical conjecture, we develop an alternative, non–conventional teaching method termed the “4-pitstop and 6-motion technique” which aims at removing students’ shyness by creating a relaxed learning environment whilst eliminating the power distance by letting students to teach their friends under the teacher’s oversight. Applying this revolutionalized teaching and learning technique to a relatively new and difficult course of Islamic Finance and Banking offered at the Faculty of Accountancy, Universiti Teknologi MARA, this novice teaching technique is expected to enhance the learning environment and hence, academic outcome in terms of improved students’ performance.
Local Government Act 1976 Handbook
Mohd Rozaimy Bin Ridzuan, Noor Amira Syazwani Abd Rahman, Nur Ain Yaacob, Nur Syafiqah Hussin & Naqiah Awang
UiTM Cawangan Pahang Kampus Raub
Abstract - Local Government Act 1976 is a legislation delineating the power of local authorities in Malaysia. Students who are taking this subject must understand the provisions of the Act as the Act deemed to be the backbones of the subject (PAD 320). Besides, local councilors also should have an in depth understanding towards the Act as they are the ones who formulate by-law in their respective local government. Although this chapter is very essential for students, the percentage of students who have opted to answer the related questions in the final examinations has declined over the semesters. It was found that uninteresting teaching materials are believed to be one of the factors leading to reduced interest in answering those questions. The provisions of the Act are too complicated to be understood and there are so many jargon words embedded in the Act. Therefore, Local Government Act 1976 Handbook is created in order to fulfill the gap of understanding among students and local councilors. This new learning material will help the students to be more interested to learn about this provision. In addition, this handbook is also offering benefits to the society especially for the people who are working in the local authorities.
S2-TSC (Smell Censored Thymo T Essence Charcoal): Programming Tools Absorbent Smell At Rabbit Cage Sensor Technology Based Actives Smell And Charcoal
Ika Widiyawati1, Justian Ahmad1, Muhammad Irvan Ali1, Velia Berliana1, Elok Paikoh2, Nilam Izzatul Atqa Zain3
1Faculty of Animal Science, Brawijaya University 2Faculty of Agriculture, Brawijaya University 3Faculty of Cultural Studies, Brawijaya University E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Abstract - Consumption of animal protein in Indonesia continues to increase. Ministry of Agriculture (Kementan) in 2016 recorded the consumption needs of animal protein in Indonesia by 490,000 tons. The interest of people to consume rabbit meat makes rabbit breeding in Indonesia is growing and increasing efficiently. This idea arises from the problem of ammonia gas in the cage of rabbits derived from feces and urine rabbit so that it can cause health problems both in rabbits and rabbit breeders. Ammonia that has a corrosive nature also causes the cage to become rusty faster, in addition to existing ammonia in the cage rabbit cause disturbances in the respiratory system and at a certain level can cause death. The authors created S2-TSC Innovation of odor absorbers in rabbit cages based on odor sensor technology and activated carbon in an effort to reduce ammonia in rabbit cages so that rabbit cages can be free of ammonia gas. The S2-TSCworking system of ammonia in the enclosure will be detected by the gas sensor then at a certain limit of 150 ppm where the air condition of the cage there is a lot of ammonia then the monitor screen will light up then the blower will automatically light then the air containing the ammonia is absorbed by the blower and will Collecting on the S2-TSC pipe later in the pipe occurs the reaction of ammonia absorption by the activated carbon then air liberated ammonia will come out and back into the cage so that the cage condition will be free from ammonia.
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Forest Fire Risk Zone Mapping using Landsat-8 Multispectral Satellite Imagery in Merbabu National Park, Indonesia
Dyah Respati, Maulana Azkaa Salsabila, Senja Fitriana, Maya Eka Septiana, Niko Hardianto Setiaji & Ahmad Saifi
Yogyakarta State University
Abstract - Forest fires are one of the major natural risk in Indonesia. It also happened in conservation area such as Merbabu National Park (TNGMB) in 2015. Flame tore through 2000 hectares of forest. Forest fires may seem harmless to those living far away, but such as persistent wildfires can have a devastating impact on environment and economy. It is impossible to control nature but is possible to map forest fire risk zone and thereby minimize the frequency of fire. Satellite data plays a vital role in identifying and mapping forest fire and in recording frequency at which different vegetation types/zones are effected. A geographic information system (GIS) can be used effectively to combine different forest-fire causing factors for demanding the forest fire risk zone map. This study aims to (1) knowing the ability of LANDSAT-8 multispectral satellite imagery to identify biophysical parameter of forest fire and (2) developing forest fire risk spatial model of map in southern slope of Mount Merbabu.Parameters that effect the fire such as biogeography, climatology and geomorphology were integrated within GIS. Sampling is done by purposive sampling. For these analysis ARCGIS software was used. The result of the research is a map of forest fire hazard on the southern slopes of merbabu in the rainy and dry seasons. The potential for forest fires is divided into 5 levels of forest fire vulnerability. The result of distribution model can be used as a guidance for forest management so that fire damage can be reduction.
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Sounds to Words - Using Socrative to Enhance English Literacy
Vimalah A/P Velayutham , Mohd Azmanuddin bin Azman, Prof. Madya Dr. Melor Md. Yunus & Prof. Madya Dr. Jamalludin Badusah
Faculty of Education, Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia (UKM) E-mail: email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org
Abstract - With the current implementation of the 21st Century Learning in our Malaysian Education system, it is an utmost necessity for teachers and students to implement the usage of Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) in teaching and learning English as a Second Language. Socrative, on the other hand offers both teachers and students to practise ICT while enhancing their English proficiency through interactive teaching and learning. Despite having implemented a variation of teaching and learning strategies, most Year One students are still having problems when it comes to linking different sounds into words. The aim of this study is to improve the Year One students’ ability to blend sounds and read the words independently and correctly using Socrative. The study has been carried out on a small group of low proficiency Year One students in a school from Putrajaya. Unlike any other conventional assessments, Socrative enables the teachers and students to have more autonomy in teaching and learning English vocabulary which is evident from the features such as options to have quizzes or activities timed either at teachers’ or students’ pace, immediate feedback for and from the students and many more. The outcome of the experiment was analysed based on students’ performance and questionnaire. The results indicate using Socrative has enhanced the students’ English literacy. The result from this study would also convince the teachers to be more confident in using the educational tools especially Socrative in improving students’ learning experience.
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Nanosuspension Of Ethanol Extract Of Jasminum Cuspidatum For Anti-Diabetic Activity
R. Subashinia, K. Rameshb, D. Saravananc, V. Ghesigenb, K.Manvizhid, B. Senthilnathanc, K. Masilamanic*
a,Department of Pharmaceutical Engineering, Faculty of Engineering Technology, University Malaysia Pahang, Malaysia. bDepartment of Chemical Engineering, Faculty of Chemical & Natural Resources Engineering, University Malaysia Pahang, Malaysia. cCollege of Pharmacy, Jaya College of Paramedical Sciences, Chennai, India. dDepartment of Chemistry, Anand Institute of Higher Technology, Kazhipattur, Chennai, India
Abstract - Diabetes is a group of metabolic disorder which is characterized by increased blood sugar levels over a prolonged period. Jasminum cuspidatum is a medicinal plant belonging to the genus Jasminum, family Oleaceae. In the present study an attempt was made to increase the bioavailability of ethanol extract by formulating into nanosuspension. The acute toxicity studies revealed that the extract was safe upto 2000 mg/kg. A dose dependent significant reduction (p<0.001) of glucose level was found in streptozotocin induced diabetic rats receiving extract (200 mg/kg and 400 mg/kg) and nanosuspension (100 mg/kg and 200 mg/kg) of plant when compared to diabetic control.
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A Propriety Game Based Learning Mobile Game To Learn Object-Oriented Programming - Odyssey Of Phoenix
Wong Yoke Seng, Maizatul Hayati Mohamad Yatim & Tan Wee Hoe
Universiti Pendidikan Sultan Idris
Abstract - In order to understand the significant of object-oriented programming, a propriety game-based learning mobile game has been designed and develops as a learning tool to improve the student understanding toward object-oriented programming paradigm such as encapsulation, abstraction, inheritance and polymorphism. The proposed game is a 2D role-playing mobile game named Odyssey of Phonies that allow players to learn Object-Oriented programming in an easy and interaction platform. Players will play along the flow of each game world and they will learn object-oriented programming paradigm easily. A group of 20 undergraduate degree year 1 student had been selected to participate the pilot study to determine the proposed game is able to improve their understanding toward object-oriented programming paradigm and determine the significant different between the traditional teaching and traditional teaching with game-based learning approach. Thus, this paper is a case study of an academic who worked with game designers, game developer to design and develop a propriety game-based learning game for learning object-oriented programming.
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