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The communication department, especially the magister programs in Universitas Pembangunan Nasional “Veteran’ Yogyakarta (UPNVY), tries to develop and increase lecturer competency through training programs and publication policy. It aimed to drive lecturers to do research and write an article for publication, either national or international scope. Many lecturers in Magister Program in UPNVY were perceived as less productive in publication. Therefore, to stimulate and change the situation, the program and policy were intended to realize a goal that drives lecturers to be more productive; the Magister Program of Communication holds training and publication policy. This program provides a method that was used to determine a research problem, asses to literature, evaluate any research that was executed, determine the novelty of the article, and determine an accurate journal that fits the theme. This program can be said as a part of applied research because it functioned to facilitate and explore any difficulties and expectations derived from the lecturer and later create conditions that increase and change a situation being idealized preferences. The results of this program were displayed by the number of articles that were successfully produced.


Training and policy program article for publication Magister Program of Communication Lecturers Productivity

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Edwi Arief Sosiawan, Basuki Agus Suparno, & Christina Rochayanti. (2023). Training Design and Publication’s Policy for Increasing Lecturer Competency Case Study: Graduate Program of Communication in UPN Veteran Yogyakarta. CENTRAL ASIAN JOURNAL OF SOCIAL SCIENCES AND HISTORY, 4(9), 87-95. Retrieved from


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