Smart Learning Community at Culinary Community with SECI Model Adoption: Systematic Literature Review

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Winanti 1,*

1. Information System Department, STMIK Insan Pembangunan Tangerang, Indonesia 15810

* Corresponding author.


Received: 22 Jul. 2021 / Revised: 17 Mar. 2022 / Accepted: 24 May 2022 / Published: 8 Aug. 2022

Index Terms

Smart Learning, Community, Culinary, SECI Model, Systematic Literature Review


The problem in the learning community in the culinary field is that there is still a lot of cooking knowledge that is lost because the person concerned dies before being inherited, the many types of dishes that are still separated in small groups, the emergence of various types of fast food that do not pay attention to the correct way of cooking with recipes, methods, and processes according to Health standards. Culinary is an alternative business that is very promising and supports the community's economy and a culinary tourism trend that is currently in great demand by all groups. From these problems, we need a learning community in the field of culture that can be a solution. The learning community components are seen from four perspectives, namely, explore where the author uses the SECI model, and explain where knowledge is disseminated through mobile learning with features tailored to user needs. The practice begins with selecting the recipe, the ingredients used, the cooking process, validation, and feedback from the participants. And the engage perspective obtained good interaction from participants and to produce new recipes requires learning that is done repeatedly by combining various recipes, ingredients, and methods so that new recipes are produced that have unique and interesting characteristics and have taste, aroma and deliciousness and good nutritional value. The number of references used were 72 papers sourced from journals as many as 54 papers (75%) and the remaining 18 papers (25%) sourced from conferences, websites & white papers, and research reports. There were 15 papers published in 1991 – 2010 and 2011 – 2021 as many as 57 papers. This research is still limited to the learning community component in the culinary field, seen from four perspectives, and has not discussed the model that has been validated by experts. Participant motivation and learning outcomes will be discussed in the next research

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Winanti, "Smart Learning Community at Culinary Community with SECI Model Adoption: Systematic Literature Review", International Journal of Education and Management Engineering (IJEME), Vol.12, No.4, pp. 1-11, 2022. DOI:10.5815/ijeme.2022.04.01


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