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Vice Dean I FK UNAIR Prof. David S Perdanakusuma evaluating websites of FK UNAIR programs. (Photo: Bambang Bes)
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UNAIR NEWS – After conducting the workshop for two weeks from March 13 to March 24, 2017, there was an evaluation for Website Update program held by Faculty of Medicine  Universitas Airlangga on Monday, March 27.  Vice Dean I FK UNAIR Prof. Dr. David Sontani Perdanakusuma, dr., Sp.BP., attended and evaluated directly by opening the website from one program to another.

The first program opened is the Medicine bachelor program, Prof. David praised the development as it was already 95.8 percent from the targeted pages. Then it was followed with Midwifery program, Anesthesiology sub specialist, Digestive Surgery sub specialist program, Pediatrics, Obstetrics and Gynecology, Medicine Doctoral program, Sport Health and other programs. From all the programs, website of Public Relations and BKKM are some of the programs at 100 percent completion.

“Most pages of History and contacts were complete. The empty pages were the research and event pages. But I am sure one day there will be more. So, averagely, the program websites are at 60 percent completion,” said Prof. David S. Perdanakusuma.

Some IT staffs assisting the website update program in FK UNAIR (Photo: Bambang Bes)

Vice Dean I FK UNAIR hoped that the completion rate will improve more by Wednesday, March 29. As there will be announcement for best website from the website update program in FK UNAIR. The content improvement is always expected  therefore, students are also expected to be active for this program.

The Head of FK UNAIR Digital Data Management and Information System Unit (UpeDDi-USI), dr. Musofa Rusli, SpPD., said that the most important thing of the website management is knowing the content to be published on the website and they have started so they just need to continue.

”If they know the main points of the content, I am sure they will be complete in the near future. FK has a lot of activities, and when there are too many. The public relations must be selective,” said dr Musofa optimistically. (*)

Author: Bambang Bes

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