International Journal of Advances in Computer Science and Its Applications
Author(s) : ARRUMMAISHA ADRIFINA , ERICKS RACHMAT SWEDIA , NELLY SOFI , NURYULIANI
The University began to move towards open content, particularly in the publication of scientific work faculty and students. The purpose of this research is to evaluating the implementation of open-content in Higher Education Institution (HEI) in Indonesia. The implementation focused on three types of sub domain of websites managed by the University: digital library, electronic journal, and paper repository with 201 Universities listed in webometrics and 4icu ranking edition July 2012 as Sample. The internet based- resource proprietary are still very low, compare with the number of universities in Indonesia. Although there was no difference between the State and private universities, but in general most of the state universities already have three facilities. There is digital divide between universities in java and outside Java. Open Content Policy as one of the implications of government policy affects to the Webometrics ranking, both at the institutional and paper repository ranking. Higher Education that have a lot of internet based resource have higher webometrics rank.