Dr. Hadiyanto

Lecturer and Researcher, Universitas Jambi

I am an associate professor at Universitas Jambi. I received my degree in Education English from University of Jambi (UNJA) and M.Ed in TESL from National University of Malaysia (UKM). My P.hd degree on Adult and Professional Development Education was awarded by National University of Malaysia (UKM) on September 2011. I had research experienced and published some articles in TEFL, ICT, adult education and professional development, educational management, and teaching and learning in Higher Education. I was invited as a Keynote and Invited speaker at GDIC, ICETS, JISE, AIbotic Series 2021, European Week: International Conference, and participated as a presenter in international conferences in many countries such as Indonesia, Malaysia, Singapore, and Hong Kong, South Korea, Cyprus, Bangkok, and Beijing. As a reviewer for many journals such as IEEE Access, JULTP, IJCRR, Higher Education Studies Journal, ijolte, IRJE, and member of some associations in academic and education, such as EAI, WALS, Akadasia, etc.

SPEAKER SESSIONS

Edtech in Action

14 September 2022 | 15:30 - 16:00 | English | Indonesian Graduates Soft Skills, Hard Skills and Competitiveness; A Challenge for Universities in Revolution industry 5.0 Era

Audiences will be provided with the issue of 21st-century skills changes in this digital era. Policy and action should be taken by Universities, especially in Indonesia, with a Hybrid learning methodology to gain hybrid soft and hard skills for preparing graduates to work in a fast-changed working environment and technical challenges. The pace of scientific, digital technological, and economic advancement in revolution industry 4.0 becomes very fast and insists graduates adapt, think and act quickly with a high level of Soft Skills, Hard Skills, and Competitiveness. University is responsible for integrating soft skills and hard skills into the curriculum and its implementation to empower graduates with high competitiveness levels, thus including entrepreneurship, employability, and lifelong learning.  The University system, which provides its graduates with the SHC, will birth a strong generation, contributing to society and the country.