Quality Evaluation Of Learning Systems In Open Universities (Ut) Using Kirkpatrick Method Based On Website

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Effendi, Mantang, et. al.


The learning system is used to achieve learning goals, namely achieving maximum learning outcomes by students in learning activities. This study aims to determine and analyze UPBJJ-UT Ternate students' perceptions of the quality of learning at the Open University with Kirkpatrick's evaluation. An evaluation carried out through four levels: reaction, learning, behaviour and results. This research uses a quantitative descriptive approach to describe the object of research or research results. The population in this study were students of the Ternate Open University Distance Learning Program (UPBJJ-UT). They were registered to follow the tutorial in Ternate City and Pokjar Bobong, Taliabu Island. The sampling technique used is non-probability sampling, using a proportional random sampling method. The number of samples in this study was 232 students registered in the academic year 2020.1 and actively participated in tutorials. The data collection technique used a questionnaire. Website as an information system is present as a device that can connect student lecturers from any place within an unlimited time limit. Analysis of the data used in this study using a quantitative descriptive analysis technique. The results showed that at the initial level, students were satisfied with the relevance of the material provided with the module, administrative services at the Open University (UT) and the material provided in the tutorial process were felt to add new insights to students. Students are satisfied at the learning level because they think they can apply the Tutor's material in their daily life. The implication is that most students feel that their knowledge and experience have increased after following the tutorial, and students also think that the material obtained during the tutorial is very relevant to the world of work


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