Inovasi Literasi Digital di Desa Dunguswiru Kabupaten Garut Pendekatan Kuliah Kerja Nyata Bersama Institut Pendidikan Indonesia dan Relawan TIK Indonesia


  • Arip Nurahman Institut Pendidikan Indonesia Garut
  • Ateng Kurnia Institut Pendidikan Indonesia Garut
  • Setia Muljanto Institut Pendidikan Indonesia Garut
  • Chevi A.R3 Institut Pendidikan Indonesia Garut
  • Ade Suherman Institut Pendidikan Indonesia Garut
  • Ali Ismail Institut Pendidikan Indonesia Garut
  • Surya Gumilar Institut Pendidikan Indonesia Garut
  • Irma F.A Institut Pendidikan Indonesia Garut
  • Lasmita Sari Institut Pendidikan Indonesia Garut
  • Rizal Adimayuda Institut Pendidikan Indonesia Garut
  • Syamsul Ma’arif Institut Pendidikan Indonesia Garut



Digital Literacy, Dunguswiru Village, Real Work Lectures (KKN)


Digital literacy plays a pivotal role in empowering communities, especially in rural areas, to thrive in today's increasingly digitalized world. This paper explores an innovative initiative in Dunguswiru Village, Garut Regency, where a service-learning approach was employed in collaboration with the Indonesian Institute of Education and ICT Volunteers to enhance digital literacy. The project involved the active participation of students from higher education institutions and dedicated ICT volunteers, aiming to bridge the digital divide in the village. Through a series of workshops, training sessions, and the provision of digital resources, the project aimed to improve the digital skills of the local community. This paper discusses the methodology and implementation of the service-learning approach, detailing the specific activities and training provided to the villagers. It also presents the results and impacts of the project, including the notable improvements in digital literacy skills among the community members. The positive feedback and responses received from the villagers further underscore the success of the initiative.


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How to Cite

Nurahman, A., Kurnia, A., Muljanto, S., A.R3, C., Suherman, A., Ismail, A., Gumilar, S., F.A, I., Sari, L., Adimayuda, R., & Ma’arif, S. (2023). Inovasi Literasi Digital di Desa Dunguswiru Kabupaten Garut Pendekatan Kuliah Kerja Nyata Bersama Institut Pendidikan Indonesia dan Relawan TIK Indonesia. Konferensi Nasional Literasi Digital Dan Kerelawanan, 1, 7–13.