Factors Influencing Research Productivity of Private Higher Education Institutions Lecturers in Kopertis Region XII

Anamofa, Jusuf and Nanuru, Ricardo and Suhardi, Suhardi and Lekahena, Vanessa and Cahyono, Tekat and Purimahua, Sharlota and Khaeril, Khaeril and Matulessy, Dellen and Nindatu, Peinina and Tuharea, Astuti and Yusuf, Maryani and Susanti, Pipit and Sahureka, Marlen and Lewerissa, Ebedly and Kadir, Iriyani and Hehanussa, Salomi and Tandisala, Johana and Tjaja, Broery and Hetharia, Henky and Wairata, Johanis and Muhammad, Amiruddin and Laisila, Maya and Tahitu, Amelia and Parera, Jolyne and Wonmally, Windy and Miagina, Aveanty and Simanjuntak, Radios and Hontong, Sefnat and Lewaherilla, Nusye and Sudin, Idris and Djiko, Richard and Latupapua, Marcus (2019) Factors Influencing Research Productivity of Private Higher Education Institutions Lecturers in Kopertis Region XII. In: ICASI 2019, 18 July 2019, Banda Aceh, Indonesia.

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Abstract

A researcher is said to be productive after publishing their findings. The analysis of the Science and Technology Index portal, called SINTA, shows the productivity of researches of private higher education institutions lecturers in Kopertis Region XII Maluku and North Maluku is still very low. The ranking of private higher education institutions in Kopertis Region XII compared with other universities in Indonesia further strengthens the opinion. This research aimed to determine the factors influencing the research productivity of private higher education institutions lecturers in Kopertis Region XII. The method used was an online survey on 155 samples of lecturers in Maluku and North Maluku. The data obtained were analyzed statistically descriptive. The results showed that research productivity is influenced by individual and institutional factors. Individually, the biggest driving factor is the perception of the function and benefits of research for human life, while the smallest one is the desires to be famous and financial benefits. The biggest inhibiting factor is the limited cost of research and publication, while the smallest is the motivation to research and publish. Institutionally, library facilities are deemed inadequate, thus contributing less to the increase of research productivity.

Item Type: Conference or Workshop Item (Paper)
Uncontrolled Keywords: research productivity private higher education institutions lecturers kopertis region xii
Subjects: T Technology > T Technology (General)
Depositing User: EAI Editor IV
Date Deposited: 10 Sep 2021 10:59
Last Modified: 10 Sep 2021 10:59
URI: https://eprints.eudl.eu/id/eprint/6752

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