Posted by: tonyteaching | June 11, 2017


municipal government website home pages

municipal = city

municipality’s population

Local authority


Level of Government in Indonesia:

  1. Province
  2. Regency or City
  3. District
  4. Village




to examine

to investigate

to explore

to compare






Posted by: tonyteaching | September 21, 2013

Memaksimalkan eLEARNING ITS (Moodle)

Login ke eLearning System:


login dengan username: NIP dan password (lihat email kiriman mas Nano)

Masuk ke salah satu Mata Kuliah yang diAmpu:

scroll down, lihat di bagian “My Courses”,

klik mata kuliah yang diinginkan


pastikan tombol “Turn Editing On” untuk menampilkan semua features editing

lihat lambang Gerigi paling atas, saat mouse over ada tulisan “Edit Summary”, klik & edit: kasih Image mata kuliah, tujuan pembelajaran, komponen nilai, dll


Pada Section 1 “Edit Summary”

Misal judulnya: “Topik 1: Motivation for Learning HCI/IMK & Konsep Dasar IMK”

kemudian di bagian bawah, diisi:


Mahasiswa mampu menguasai konsep dasar IMK”


Untuk setiap pertemuan kita buat dengan “Label” (‘Add an activity or resource’)

dan saya suka memasukkan Link YOUTUBE dalam text label

Posted by: tonyteaching | September 14, 2013

E-MAIL Words, Phrases, & Sentences


Dear Mr ….
Dear Ms …..
Dear Sir
Dear Sirs
Dear Madam
Dear Sir or Madam


Very formal
“Might I take a moment of your time…”
“Please may I introduce myself…”
“Many thanks again for your time.”
We are writing to inform you that … / to confirm …/ to request …/ to enquire about …
I would be interested in (obtaining/receiving) …
I received your address from … and would like to …
I am writing to tell you about …

More informal/friendly
“I’m just emailing to ask…” (to begin the email)
“I’m a friend of Bob’s…” (to begin the email)
I am contacting you for the following reason.
I recently read/heard about . . . and would like to know . . .
Having seen your advertisement in … , I would like to …


My resume and a cover letter are attached.
I have attached my resume and a cover letter.

“Just let me know if you have any questions.” (to end the email)
“Drop me an email, or give me a ring, if you want any more information.” (to end the email)
Sincerely / Yours sincerely / Sincerely yours, (for all customers/clients)
Regards, (for those you already know and/or with whom you already have a working relationship.)

When you’ve answered someone’s question(s)
Very formal
“I trust the above resolves your queries. Should you have any further questions, please do not hesitate to contact me.”
• More informal/friendly
“I know that’s a lot to take in, so let me know if anything I’ve said doesn’t make sense.”
“Hope the above helps, but email again if you’re still having any difficulties.”

When you’re making a request
Very formal
“I would appreciate your help in this matter.”
I would be grateful if you could…
More informal/friendly
“Could you look into this?”
“Would you mind checking it out for me?”
“Thanks in advance.”
“Can you get back to me once you’ve had a chance to investigate?”
“I’d love to hear your advice on this one.”
Could you please send me . . .
Could you possibly tell us/let us have…
It would be helpful if you could send us …
I am interested in (obtaining/receiving…)
Please let me know what action you propose to take.

When you need a response (but not necessarily any action taking)
Very formal
“I await a response at your earliest convenience.”
More informal/friendly
“Can you drop me a quick word so I know you’ve received this?”
“Look forward to hearing from you.”

Giving good news
We are pleased to announce that …
I am delighted to inform you that …
You will be pleased to learn that …

Giving bad news
We regret to inform you that …
I’m afraid it would not be possible to …
Unfortunately we cannot/we are unable to …
After careful consideration we have decided (not) to …

When you’ve heard nothing back and want to chase up a reply
Very formal
“In reference to my email of June 20th …”
More informal/friendly
“Just wondered if you got my email (June 20th)?”
“When you get a moment, could you drop me a line about my last email?”

I am writing to express my dissatisfaction with …
I am writing to complain about …
Please note that the goods we ordered on (date) have not yet arrived.
We regret to inform you that our order n°— is now considerably overdue.
I would like to query the transport charges which seem unusually high.

We are sorry for the delay in replying …
I regret any inconvenience caused
I would like to apologize for (the delay/the inconvenience) …
Once again, I apologise for any inconvenience.

Looking forward to a Reply
Looking forward to hearing from you
I would appreciate a reply at your earliest convenience.
An early reply would be appreciated.

Referring to the future Cooperation
We look forward to a successful working relationship in the future
We would be (very) pleased to do business with your company.
I would be happy to have an opportunity to work with your firm.
I look forward to seeing you next week
I look forward to meeting you on the 15th

Posted by: tonyteaching | March 20, 2012

Tugas Kasus UU-ITE

Silahkan download ppt file ini(PowerPoint 2007)

Digital Crime&Law_TUGASKASUS

Posted by: tonyteaching | March 15, 2012

Neraca, Pasiva & Aktiva?

Neraca adalah laporan yang berisi harta (asset), utang atau kewajiban-kewajiban pada pihak lain (liebilities) beserta modal (capital) dari suatu perusahaan pada saat tertentu. Oleh karena itu Neraca terdiri dari tiga kelompok, yaitu aktiva, kewajiban, dan modal.

1. Aktiva

~ Harta perusahaan

Untuk Read More…

Posted by: tonyteaching | May 29, 2011

Difference analysis (T test) using Excel 2007

Toolkitpak Installation sequence:

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excel 2007


2007 T Test:

  • Go to the DATA ribbon
  • Select the DATA ANALYSIS MENU (below) Read More…
Posted by: tonyteaching | May 29, 2011

Correlation analysis (r) using Excel 2007

To do data analysis in Excel, you have to install add-in “Analysis ToolPak” on

Office Icon (left top corner) –> Excel options –> Add-Ins : highlight “analysis ToolPak” and click GO button

then we will have ‘Dana Analysis’ icon on Analysis group on DATA tab


The correlation coefficient between two series, say x and y, equals

Covariance(x,y) / [Sqrt(Variance(x)) * Sqrt(Variance(y))]


  • Covariance(x,y) is the sample covariance between x and y:  (1/(n-1)) × Σ i (xi – xbar)(yi – ybar)
  • Variance(x) is the sample variance of x: (1/(n-1)) × Σ i (xi – xbar)2
  • Variance(x) is the sample variance of y: (1/(n-1)) × Σ i (yi – ybar)2


This requires the Read More…

Posted by: tonyteaching | May 17, 2011

Employee monitoring: is it okay?


LittleBrother is watching you

If you happen to be reading this article online from your computer at work, your boss may be reading over your shoulder-electronically. New technologies allow employers to check whether employees are wasting time at recreational Web sites or sending unprofessional e-mails. But when do an employer’s legitimate business interests become an unacceptable invasion of worker privacy?

By Miriam Schulman

Last year, a software package came on the market that allows employers to monitor their workers’ Internet use. It employs a database of 45,000 Web sites that are categorized as “productive,” “unproductive,” or “neutral,” and rates employees based on their browsing. It identifies the most frequent users and the most popular sites. It’s called LittleBrother.

[Man on the computer]

Though the title is tongue-in-cheek, LittleBrother does represent the tremendous capabilities technology has provided for employers to keep track of what their work force is up to. There are also programs to search e-mails and programs to block objectionable Web sites. Beyond installing monitoring software, your boss can simply go into your hard drive, check your cache to see where you’ve been on the Net, and read your e-mail.

Did you delete that message you sent about his incompetence? Not good enough. The e-mail trash bin probably still exists on the server, and there are plenty of computer consultants who can retrieve the incriminating message.

All told, such monitoring is a widespread-and-growing-phenomenon. Looking just at e-mail, a 1996 survey by the Society for Human Resource Management found that 36 percent of responding companies searched employee messages regularly and 70 percent said employers should reserve the right to Read More…

Posted by: tonyteaching | May 4, 2011

TWIKI or WIKI or..

to learn a basic concept about WIKI, see this video:

then watch this basic TWIKI tutorial:

or in this site:

How to use TWIKI for a company:

Posted by: tonyteaching | April 8, 2011

Manage Range Names (Ms.Excel 2007)

We can DELETE or EDIT or CREATE range Names at

FORMULAS tab –> “Defined Names” Group –> NAME MANAGER

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