PENERAPAN E-LEARNING DI PERGURUAN TINGGI

  • Santi Maudiarti Sekolah Tinggi Pariwisata Trisakti, Jl. IKPN Bintaro No.1, RT.4/RW.10, Bintaro, Pesanggrahan, Kota Jakarta Selatan, Daerah Khusus Ibukota Jakarta 12330
Keywords: e-learning, blended learning, analysis, design, development, evaluation, implementation

Abstract

This research was aimed to describe the application of e-learning at the Department of Educational Technology, Faculty of Education Science, Jakarta State University. This research used case study research method with multiple data collection. Research findings revealed that (1) there are 20 courses conducted using e-learning by 7 lecturers; (2) blended learning was used; (3) e-learning itself developed through analysis, design and development phases; (4) analysis phase including students characteristics analysis, e-elarning environment analysis and content analysis; (5) design phase including online leaerning design (designing content, discussion for online discussion forum, assignment for online assignment, and test item for online evaluation) and face-to-face learning design including deep discussion, case study, and demonstration and practices; (6) student acceptance on blended was high; (7) there were several barriers in implementing e-learning due to lack of policy and ICT infrastructure support; and (8) supporting factors of implementation e-learning were the high commitment from lecturers and students, and the familiarity of students toward ICT. Based on research findings, Department of Educational Technology was recommended to have a minimum standard of development and implementation of e-learning and to enhance ICT infrastructure support, esp. access adequate internet connectivity.

 

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Published
2018-04-30