Implementation of the Institutional Repository System for the Scientific Work of the Malang State Polytechnic Academic Community (Study on System Development Using the System Development Life Cycle: SDLC)

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Ach. Nizam Rifqi

(Polinema Library)

Published: REPUBLIS/article/view/912

Information technology in life has developed quite rapidly. Libraries as a center for information sources have demands to be more developed so that later users will not be left behind, one of which is through the development of collections that are not only printed but also digital-based, especially internal institutional / institutional sources so that they can be managed and utilized. In its development, the digital library has begun to develop a paradigm in institutions, both formal and non-formal institutions as a means of access to their digital collection services or what is commonly known as institutional repository (IR). The study on “Implementation of the Institutional Repository System for the Scientific Work of Malang State Polytechnic Academics” aims to find out how the Polinema Library responds to the above challenges through the application of repositories as a forum for digital content information. The method used in the implementation process uses a qualitative case study approach. The implementation process is carried out using the Waterfall model SDLC (System Development Life Cycle) development analysis which consists of seven stages including: requirements specification (needs assessment), design (initial design), implementation (application of designs in the field), integration (fusion of results), testing (testing), installation (final installation) and maintenance (maintenance). All seven stages are then adjusted to the environment, especially at the Polinema Library as the organizer of the institutional repository implementation process.

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