MEDIA AND INFORMATION LITERATION: SOCIALIZATION FOR MEMBERS OF PERSIT KARTIKA CHANDRA KIRANA

Ana Fitriana Poerana, Fardiah Oktariani Lubis, Flori Mardiani Lubis, Fajar Hariyanto

Abstract


Abstrak: Pelaksanaan Pengabdian kepada Masyarakat (PkM) ini berdasarkan atas realitas situasi komunikasi dan informasi saat pandemi COVID-19 Indonesia. Literasi Media dan Informasi menjadi penting dilaksanakan untuk menumbuhkan dan memberikan pengetahuan dalam menyikapi pemberitaan di media massa serta pemanfaatan media dalam berbagai bidang aktifitas masyarakat. Kegiatan ini melibatkan kelompok masyarakat Persit Kartika Chandra Kirana Ranting 3 Ajen Cabang 3 Spers Kodam III Siliwangi dan Persit Kartika Chandra Kirana Bataliyon Armed Cabang XXXIX Kodam Siliwangi sebagai mitra, mahasiswa dan tiga orang dosen sebagai tim PkM sesuai dengan kepakaran anggota pengusul pada bidangnyanya masing-masing (Bidang Media Massa, Bidang Komunikasi Lintas Budaya, dan Bidang Komunikasi Pembangunan). Metode yang digunakan dalam pengabdian kepada masyarakat ini menggunakan pendekatan sosialisasi. Hasil kegiatan mengindikasikan (1). Mitra PkM telah memiliki pemahaman dasar tentang media dan informasi sebagai saluran komunikasi dan alat untuk pengembangan individu dan masyarakat sehingga dapat menggunakan media dengan bertanggungjawab serta memiliki sikap positif dalam pemanfaatan media informasi (2). Mampu untuk berdaya dalam meningkatkan pengetahuan dan kemampuan literasi media.

Abstract:  The implementation of community service / “Pengabdian kepada Masyarakat” (PkM) is based on the reality of the communication and information situation during the Indonesian COVID-19 pandemic. Media and information literacy is important to be implemented to grow and provide knowledge in responding to mass media coverage and the use of media in various fields of community activity. This activity involves the community group of Persit Kartika Chandra Kirana Branch 3 Ajen Branch 3 Spers Kodam III Siliwangi and Persit Kartika Chandra Kirana Bataliyon Armed Branch XXXIX Kodam Siliwangi, students and three lecturers as the PkM team according to the expertise of the proposing members in their respective fields (Mass Media, Cross-Cultural Communication, and Development Communication). The method used in “Pengabdian kepada Masyarakat” (PkM) is using the socialization approach. Results of activities (1). Community group of Persit Kartika Chandra Kirana have a basic understanding of media and information as a communication channel and a tool’s for individual and community development so that they can use the media responsibly and have a positive attitude in the use of information media (2). Able to be empowered in increasing media literacy knowledge and skills.


Keywords


Literacy; Media; Information; Socialization; Community Service.

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