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Editing course aims to create educated workforce as editors who are a creative worker of publishing industry. There is an opportunity in the open creative industry and the urgency of providing human resources as a creative worker is a challenge. Internally, there must be strengthening effort from the academic side with the development of teaching material. Sub-publication in every university is one of the stake holders that can be used as a reference source in the development and enrichment. The diversity of publishing specifications currently happens in-depth study. The issues study in this research is how is the flow performance of the sub-publication of university in Central Java? This study use qualitative descriptive design. The samples of the study were Muhammadiyah University UMS Surakarta Press, UPT of PGRI Semarang University Press, and Business Development Agency of Unnes Press. In conducting this study, the researcher use in-depth interview and observation. The data analysis technique takes flow model of analysis. The results of the study show that 1) the system of receiving manuscript used independent line and procurement line of textbooks program; 2) manuscript feasibility standards include free plagiarism, a minimum of 200 sheets, on time, and through the editing process; 3) editing method focus on language errors (words and punctuation); 4) publication workflow starting from the manuscript received to the publisher, checking, copyeditor, layouter, confirmation, ISBN submission, printing; 5) do not use proofreader service; 6) sales cooperation with the profit sharing system. The result of the performance analysis was followed up as input for the preparation of teaching materials for editing course.
*Terpublikasi dalam prosiding The BASA International Seminar, 19-20 Oktober 2018, Univ. Sebelas Maret Surakarta