International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR)

International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR)
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Research Paper | Education Management | Indonesia | Volume 6 Issue 7, July 2017

Measurement of Sustainability Learning For Computer Users in the Bureau Administration Center of Unimed

Syamsul Gultom [2]

Abstract: This study was conducted in descriptive research design that describes the level of fatigue for computer users at the Bureau of Unimed Administration Center and Computer Center. The populations of the study were Employees of civil servants and honorary workers who used computers in the Building Administration Center of Unimed were numbered 78 peoples. The sampling technique was used purposive. As for inclusion criteria in this research that was computer user in the Administrative Bureau of Academic and Student Affairs were 19 respondents, Bureau of Public Administration and Finance were 24 respondents, and Administrative Bureau of Planning and Information Systems were 14 and Computer Center were 21 respondents who used computers over 4 hours 1 day. This study was aimed to know fatigue rate for computer users by using the measurement fatigue tool using KAUPK2 (Kuesioner Alat Ukur Perasaan Kelelahan Kerja/Work Fatigue Measurement Questionnaire). The fatigue level measurements were performed to identify the types of fatigue experienced by computer user employees at the Bureau of Unimed Administration Center and Computer Center which subsequently found an alternative solution to the reduction and prevention of fatigue experienced by computer users. Based on the research results of fatigue rate experienced by employees of computer users in Unimed was low category. The lowest measurement of fatigue level was type 8 (feel not diligent in carrying out the work) and Type fatigue number 15 (feel tired before work) was 1, 3 %. The highest level of fatigue measurements was found in type 17 fatigues (feel anxious about something).

Keywords: Fatigue, KAUPK2, Computer Users

Edition: Volume 6 Issue 7, July 2017,

Pages: 1341 - 1344

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