Building Students Interest in Being More Digitally Capable Through Digital Literacy Seminars


  • Dian Mardiani Institut Pendidikan Indonesia Garut
  • Helsa Hanipah Institut Pendidikan Indonesia Garut
  • Kuntum AnNisa Imania Institut Pendidikan Indonesia Garut
  • Mega Achdisty Noordyana Institut Pendidikan Indonesia Garut



seminar, digitalliteracy seminar, kominfo


This voluntary service is intended to support KOMINFO in its mission to reach 50 million digitally capable Indonesians by the year 2024. This is a lofty objective, and we’ve already tried the first phase with a digital literacy seminar. Students of Assa’adah High School in Limbangan Tengah Village, BL. Limbangan District, Garut Regency, West Java Province, are the objective of our activities. Two issues are raised: the Assa’adah students’ views on holding seminars on digital literacy and what activities Assa’adah High School stakeholders will require in the future to advance their digital literacy abilities. From 70 research subjects who attended the digital literacy seminar on July 26, 2023, it was discovered that more than 80% of students were satisfied with this activity, despite the fact that some students felt a desire to be a part of a digitally literate society—not up to 80%, but more than 60%. This implies that greater effort is required to ensure that the community is truly digitally literate. Through interviews, suggestions for future sustainability at SMA Assa’adah were collected in the form of training in Microsoft Word and Microsoft Excel, as well as support in developing proposals for infrastructure development to make all stakeholders digitally adept.


S. Terttiaavini & Saputra, T, “Literasi Digital Untuk Meningkatkan Etika Berdigital Bagi Pelajar di Kota Palembang,” J. Masy. Mandiri, vol. 6, no. 3, pp. 2155–2165, 2022, [Online]. Available: ticle/view/8203

Y. P. Kuntum Annisa Imania, Siti Husnul Bariah, Dian Rahadian, “Pembelajaran Darurat Selama Masa Pandemi Covid-19: Daring/E-learning Sebagai Solusi Kegiatan Pembelajaran dengan Berbagai Kelebihan & Kekurangannya,” PETIK J. pendididkan Teknol. Inf. da Komun., vol. 7, no. 2, pp. 126– 135, 2021, doi:

T. F. Aisyah, “Literasi Digital Untuk Meningkatkan Minat Baca Siswa Sma Pada Pembelajaran Daring,” J. Perpusatakaan dan Inf., vol. 16, no. 1, pp. 19–31, 2022, doi:

A. Fiya Janati, Diana Safitri, Muhammad Rizqi Ramadhani, “Upaya Meningkatkan

Minat Baca Siswa Sekolah Dasar di Masa Pandemi Covid-19 melalui Literasi Digital,” in Prosiding SEMAI: Seminar Nasional PGMI, Pekalongan, 2021, pp. 622–637. [Online]. Available: semai/article/view/426

dkk Muliani, “Pentingnya Peran Literasi Digital bagi Mahasiswa di Era Revolusi Industri 4.0 untuk Kemajuan Indonesia,” J. Educ. Technol., vol. 1, no. 2, pp. 87–92, 2021, [Online]. Available: rticle/view/61

D. Mardiana, “Literasi Digital dalam Upaya Mendukung Pembelajaran Online pada Siswa Sekolah Dasar di Kota Cilegon,” J. Pengabdi. Masy., vol. 4, no. 1, pp. 47–51, 2022, [Online]. Available: iew/3809




How to Cite

Mardiani, D., Hanipah, H., Imania, K. A., & Noordyana, M. A. (2023). Building Students Interest in Being More Digitally Capable Through Digital Literacy Seminars. Konferensi Nasional Literasi Digital Dan Kerelawanan, 1, 74–80.