Al-Auradul Maraqiyah Maraqitta'Limat Application Based On Android

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Title Al-Auradul Maraqiyah Maraqitta'Limat Application Based On Android
Aplikasi Al-Auradul Maraqiyah Maraqitta’Limat Berbasis Android
 
Creator Huswaton Hasanah
Muhammad Fahrurrozi
Akmaluddin
 
Subject Learning Media, Aurad, Prayer, Android, Smartphone.
Media Pembelajaran, Aurad, Doa,
Media Pembelajaran, Aurad, Doa, Android, Smartphone.
 
Description The Maraqitta'limat Foundation is a Muslim foundation engaged in the field of da'wah, education and social society which was founded by TGH. Muhammad Zainuddin Arsyad. Like most other Muslim community organizations, the Maraqitta'limat Foundation has special zikir and prayers that are practiced for its members. The collection of zikir and prayers owned by the maraqitta'limat foundation is named Aurad, whose contents are taken from the Al-Quran and Hadits which are arranged in book form. The everyday Aurad learning process is applied by reading repeatedly through print media and then memorizing it. Given that currently the development of technology and information has influenced a person's learning behavior and style, an attractive and effective learning media is needed according to the needs of the times. In line with that, an android-based mobile zikir and prayer application that can be accessed on a smartphone is needed to support the needs of technological development. this time. This zikir and daily prayer application aims to make it easier for members of the Maraqitta'limat Foundation to learn and memorize the daily zikir and prayer recitations that are usually practiced at the maraqitta'limat foundation specifically and for Muslims in general.
Yayasan Maraqitta’limat merupakan sebuah yayasan umat islam yang bergerak dibidang  dakwah, pendidikan dan sosial kemasyarakatan yang didirikan oleh TGH. Muhammad Zainuddin Arsyad. Seperti kebanyakan organisasi kemasyarakatan umat muslim lainnya,  Yayasan Maraqitta'limat memiliki zikir dan doa khusus yang di amalkan untuk anggotanya. Kumpulan zikir dan doa yang dimiliki yayasan maraqitta'limat diberi nama Aurad, yang isinya diambil dari Al-Quran dan Hadits yang tersusun dalam bentuk buku. Proses pembelajaran Aurad sehari-hari diterapkan dengan metode membaca berulang-ulang melalui media cetak dan kemudian dihafalkan. Mengingat saat ini perkembangan teknologi dan informasi telah mempengaruhi perilaku dan gaya belajar seseorang, maka dibutuhkan media belajar  yang menarik dan efektif sesuai dengan kebutuhan zaman.sejalan dengan itu maka dibutuhkan aplikasi zikir dan doa mobile berbasis android yang bisa diakses pada Smartphone untuk menunjang kebutuhan perkembangan teknologi saat ini. Aplikasi dzikir dan doa harian ini bertujuan untuk memudahkan anggota Yayasan Maraqitta'limat  dalam mempelajari dan menghafal bacaan dzikir dan doa harian yang biasa diamalkan pada yayasan maraqitta'limat secara khusus dan untuk umat muslim secara umum.
 
Publisher Badan Penelitian dan Pengabdian Masyarakat (BP2M) STMIK Syaikh Zainuddin NW Anjani
 
Date 2021-01-02
 
Type info:eu-repo/semantics/article
info:eu-repo/semantics/publishedVersion
Peer-reviewed Article
 
Format application/pdf
 
Identifier https://jurnal.stmiksznw.ac.id/index.php/teknimedia/article/view/19
10.46764/teknimedia.v1i2.19
 
Source TEKNIMEDIA: Teknologi Informasi dan Multimedia; Vol. 1 No. 2 (2020): Desember 2020; 19-25
2722-6271
2722-6263
10.46764/teknimedia.v1i2
 
Language eng
 
Relation https://jurnal.stmiksznw.ac.id/index.php/teknimedia/article/view/19/15
 
Rights Copyright (c) 2021 TEKNIMEDIA: Teknologi Informasi dan Multimedia
https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/4.0
 

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