Influence Factors of Internal and External Students Student Participation in Online Tutorial (Study Case in MM-Graduate Programs Universitas Terbuka)

Meilani, Any and Kuswanti, Eko and Pujiwati, Ami (2014) Influence Factors of Internal and External Students Student Participation in Online Tutorial (Study Case in MM-Graduate Programs Universitas Terbuka). In: 28th Annual Conference of the Association of Open University, 28-31 Oktober 2014, Hongkong, China.

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Abstract

Online tutorial (Tuton) is one of the services given learning Open University (UT) UT S2 students. This activity must be followed by students of Master of Management (MM) UT. In Tuton, students are required to participate actively, both in learning the material initiation, discussion, and writing tasks. The main problem that often occurs in Tuton is a student in the following Tuton inactivity. It can be caused by internal factors and external factors students. The main problem that often occurs in Tuton is a student in the following Tuton inactivity. It can be caused by internal factors and external factors students. What is meant by the internal factor is the ability of students to use the computer, the student's ability to use the Internet, Motivation in following Tuton, allocation of time in following Tuton, financial capability and ease of access to the internet and the location, while the external factors include the Internet tissue disorders, problem management Tuton, completeness problem Tuton facilities granted tutors, tutors too late to give initiation / materials / assignments, tutors do not provide feedback and ability to tutor problem in utilizing the facility Tuton. The data retrieved from the database record Tuton includes many student access to material initiation, discussion forums, and task Tuton, while other data are collected through questionnaires were 241 students at 2012.2. The data obtained were analyzed using factor analysis and SEM (Structural Equation Model) assisted with the program SPPS 17:00. The results showed that the level of participation Tuton influenced by internal factors (-0.42) and external factors (-0.04). Internal factors and external factors have contributed to student participation rate of 18%. That is, changes in the level of student participation in Tuton by 18% due to internal and external factors were studied. Most of the variations of this change is caused by changes in internal factors rather than external factors.

Item Type: Conference or Workshop Item (Paper)
Additional Information (ID): 2014-In-002
Uncontrolled Keywords: internal factors, external factors, student participation, online tutorials
Subjects: 300 Social Science > 370-379 Education (Pendidikan) > 374.4 Distance Education (Pendidikan Jarak Jauh)
Divisions: Koleksi Digital > Artikel
Depositing User: CR Cherrie Rachman
Date Deposited: 16 Aug 2016 04:29
Last Modified: 14 Jan 2019 09:06
URI: http://repository.ut.ac.id/id/eprint/1562

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