Evaluation of the e-Learning Utilization as a Learning System in Higher Education Institution

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Uswatun Hasanah
Susilahudin Putrawangsa
Syahroni Hidayat
Danang Tejo Kumoro

Abstract

This study aims to evaluate the use of technology to support teaching and learning activities. E-learning has been applied by lecturers and students to teach subject. The purpose of this evaluation is to measure the success of the use of STMIK Bumigora e-learning by using Technology Acceptance Mode (TAM) approach, which is an approach that can explain user behavior towards the use of technology. Evaluation of the use of e-learning is formulated into a model based on the TAM model, while SEM (Structural Equation Modelling) is used for data analysis. Based on the measurement analysis in this study, it was found several factors that most influenced the effectiveness of the implementation of e-learning, namely the usage tutorial for users, ICT facilities related to the Ease of accessing the internet network. While the structural analysis, it was discovered, factors attitude towards the use and perception of usefulness is strongly correlated to the actual use factors. Mean, the actual use is a real condition of the use of e-learning measured by the frequency and duration of time in the use of the technology which is influenced by the user's belief in accepting the existence of e-learning in STMIK Bumigora and user beliefs related to the benefits when using it. Therefore, attitudes toward the use and perception of usefulness are the main determining factors in measuring the frequency and duration of time of e-learning use.

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U. Hasanah, S. Putrawangsa, S. Hidayat, and D. T. Kumoro, “Evaluation of the e-Learning Utilization as a Learning System in Higher Education Institution”, INFOTEL, vol. 12, no. 4, Sep. 2020.
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