The Effectiveness Of The E-Learning Concept Hypermedia
Volume 2 - Issue 12, December 2018 Edition
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Abdul Halim bin Ahmad, Wan Noorhishamudin bin Wan Mohd
E-learning, hypermedia, academic.
Developments in the field of information technology at present have greatly influenced educational system. For example, internet technology has evolved rapidly and makes information delivery system to be more effective. E-learning resulting from internet technology is a concept that integrates information and communications technology as a medium of information delivery and process of teaching and learning. Elements of hypermedia who applied in e-learning, make learning more interesting situations and effectively. The study is to identify whether there are differences between the tests mean achievement between students who follow learning method using the e-learning concept hypermedia compared students who follow the rules learning aid of PowerPoint. The sample for this study consisted of 60 students who follow Diploma of Information Technology (Programming) that takes the Information Systems Security courses in Polytechnic of Kuala Terengganu (PKT). Group experiments using the e-learning concept hypermedia and control group using PowerPoint aided learning materials have been created to assess the effectiveness of the teaching methods used. Instruments for this study are a set of test questions, which contains multiple choice objective questions items and short structure questions. Data analysis made using Statistical Package for Social Sciences (SPSS) version 23.0. Result of the study shows that there are significant differences in the mean achievement tests students who follow learning method using the e-learning concept hypermedia with students who follow learning aid PowerPoint. The use of the e-learning concept hypermedia proven to increase student academic achievement. Therefore, it is hoped that more e-learning concept hypermedia developed by Polytechnic of Kuala Terengganu because it can increase students' academic achievement.
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