In order to develop the writing skills of lecturers, students and academic practitioners, Forestry Policy and Entrepreneurship Laboratory, Faculty of Forestry, Hasanuddin University holds talk series # 2 Birakhut discusses writing tips with the theme “How to Develop A Daily Writing Habit” presented by Dr. forest. Muhammad Alif K. Sahide, S.Hut., M.Si (Editor-in-Chief Forest and Society) as resource person. This activity took place at 14.00 Wita virtually through the zoom meeting application and connected directly through the YouTube channel of the Faculty of Forestry, Hasanuddin University (28/5)
She briefly explained the biography of Dr. forest. Muhammad Alif and explained a little about the need to have writing skills for lecturers, students and academic practitioners.
“Dr. forest. Muhammad Alif K. Sahide, S.Hut., M.Si is the Head of the Forestry Department, Faculty of Forestry, Hasanuddin University as well as Editors-in-Chief Forest and Society. He was born in Rappang, August 31, 1979, graduated from S1 and S2 Unhas and earned his doctoral degree in Germany. He was the one who brought Forest and Society journal to Q1 ranking indexed by Scopus 0.62 “, explained Makkarennu. “The ability to write must be possessed by every lecturer, student and academic practitioner because they have the responsibility to publish,” added Makkarennu.
Dr. forest. Muhammad Alif K. Sahide started his material by briefly explaining the journal Forest and Society.
“Forest and Society was built with the aim of meeting research and writing needs, one of the Forest and Society submissions is knowledge services. We want to serve young researchers who have new insights and very rich material but find it difficult to write them down so we go straight to conducting writing workshops, “explained Muhammad Alif.
Dr. forest. Muhammad Alif K. Sahide conveyed his material that there are several steps that need to be done to start writing, namely, reading, understanding yourself (applying time and in what kind of atmosphere you can write comfortably), measurable (don’t start writing ambitiously), don’t feel pressured, but it’s necessary. deadlines, listen a lot, map ideas and enter writing competitions.
This activity was attended by several universities, namely Khairun Ternate University, Tadulako University, Muhammadiyah Makassar University, Palopo Muhammadiyah University, Maros Muslim University and KPH Walanae.