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Research Paper | Education Management | Indonesia | Volume 5 Issue 12, December 2016
Elearning Model Implementation to Improve the Learning Quality in Iain Sulthan Thaha Saifuddin Jambi: (Case Study on eLearning Model of Guidance and Counseling Subject English Study Program 3rd Semester)
Abstract: The need to use information technology to improve the quality of the learning process becomes a necessity. Trend-based learning, eLearning can affect the transformation of learning with traditional and conventional approach be based learning utilization of digital media are bridged by technology and internet information. Studying process-based e-learning provides great opportunities more intensive interaction between lecturers and students, students with students in the classroom and outside the classroom without the limit of time and place. The process of developing and implementing models of the lecture model eLearning course on guidance and counseling can be role models to be developed in the application of the flexibility and effectiveness of the broader process of lecturing in IAIN STS Jambi to support the lecture that is convened so that the lecture is not limited to the classroom and time. Implementation model of eLearning in the course of Guidance and Counseling in English Education Study Program 3rd semester in accordance with the conditions that occur by having a variety of options and facilities which can be utilized in applying the learning patterns right, causing the quality of college students with patterns of interaction that is active, creative, innovative and dynamic in the absorption of knowledge conveyed better in this eLearning system. The support of the lecturer of the course and also fellow students are also regarded quite high because of the lectures in addition to the interaction of direct (face to face), lecturers also give students an opportunity to interact through e-learning system in the form of discussion forums, quizzes and chat, email, online exams, so there is no misinterpretation of the material submitted by the lecturers.
Keywords: Implementation, e-learning, the quality of learning activities
Edition: Volume 5 Issue 12, December 2016,
Pages: 1013 - 1017