Systematic Literature Review di Bidang Sistem Informasi dan Ilmu Komputer

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Diah Priharsari

Abstrak

Salah satu pendekatan studi pustaka adalah Systematic Literature Review (SLR). Walaupun sudah terdapat banyak naskah berbahasa Indonesia atau asing yang menggunakan SLR sebagai metodologi dalam penelitiannya, namun naskah berbahasa Indonesia yang mengulas tentang SLR masih terbatas atau malah tidak ada. Pada paper ini dirangkumkan langkah-langkah SLR berdasarkan publikasi-publikasi di jurnal berkualitas. Naskah ini berisi panduan untuk melakukan SLR bagi peneliti-peneliti pemula. Isi naskah ini meliputi: metode SLR yang terdiri dari empat tahap (menentukan tujuan SLR, inisiasi dan pemilihan pustaka, analisis dan coding, dan perencanaan untuk mempresentasikan hasil), penentuan kualitas SLR, dan kritik untuk SLR.

 

Abstract

This paper provides a guideline for novel researchers to conduct SLR. Although SLR method is quite familiar in Indonesia, a complete essay that explains about SLR in Indonesia is hard to find. This paper resumes SLR stages from various papers published in high quality journals. This paper includes: four stages of conducting SLR (identifying the SLR objectives, searching strategies dan pilot searching, coding and analysing, and presenting the findings), things to be considered to evaluate SLR quality, and critics to SLR.


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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.25126/jtiik.2022923884