International Conference on Education, Humanities, Health and Agriculture (ICEHHA) is an annual agenda organized by the Universitas Katolik Indonesia Santu Paulus Ruteng. This year (2022) as the second conference that is scheduled in various fields, including education, humanities, health, and agriculture, on 21-22 October 2022 at Universitas Katolik Indonesia Santu Paulus Ruteng. The theme carried at this conference is ‘The contribution of ICT in the fields of education, humanities, health, and agriculture post COVID-19’.
This conference is inspired by the biggest challenge faced by the Indonesian nation and all countries worldwide after Covid-19 is a disruption in various fields of human life, including the fields of Education, Humanities, Health, and Agriculture. Covid-19 has changed the pattern of services in the fields of education, and health and has made global supply chains vulnerable. On the other hand, the advancement of Information and Communication Technology (ICT) can be an opportunity and a solution for various aspects of life after Covid-19. Therefore, a scientific forum in the form of an International Conference is needed to offer various solutions thoughts from research results or field experiences that focus on how ICT contributes to the fields of education, humanities, health, and agriculture after COVID-19.
In fact, the International Conference in question is an academic discussion forum initiated by the Indonesian Catholic University of Santu Paulus Ruteng and carried out in a blinded manner (online and offline). This forum facilitates researchers, academics, professionals, practitioners, students, government officials, and all stakeholders who have the same interests around the world to disseminate the results of their studies, and conceptual or field experiences related to the contribution of ICT in the fields of education, humanities, health and agriculture in the post COVID-19. In fact, mastery of Information and Communication Technology (ICT) is the key to building a superior and competent individual civilization in every field of human life after COVID-19.
This conference presented a Distinguished Keynote Speaker (Jhony Gerald Plate, S.E, Minister of Communication and Informatics of the Republic of Indonesia), eight keynote speakers from three different countries, including Prof. Yohanes Servatius Lon (Universitas Katolik Indonesia Santu Paulus Ruteng, Indonesia), Prof. Adrianus Ahemka (Head of Regional LLDIKTI XV), Prof. Yayah S. Kusumah (Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia, Indonesia), Prof. I Nyoman Darma Putra (Udayana University, Indonesia), Prof. Mauro Mocerino (Curtin University, Australia), Prof. Dwi Andreas Santosa (IPB University, Indonesia), Dr. Willy Ardian Renandya (Nanyang Technological University, National Institute of Education, Singapore), and Prof. Maribeth Erb (National University of Singapore, Singapore), 174 paper presenters, and attended by more than 561 participants from university academics, researchers, professionals, practitioners, students, and government officials from all over Indonesia.