The Development of E-Learning Media Based Moodle to Increase Science Development and Islamic Studies in STAIN Gajah Putih

Leni Agustina Daulay, Firmansyah Firmansyah, Rahmanita Zakaria

Abstract


Along with the development of information technology, which more rapidly, the need of a concept and mechanism of Information Technology-based learning becomes inevitable. Then, concept known as e-learning take affect transformation of occurs conventional education into digital form, both the content and the system that is bridged by the technology of internet. The concept of e-learning gives the possibility of interaction between lecturers and students, either the students in the classroom or outside the classroom intensively. This study aimed to obtain e-learning media based Moodle is effective to support the development of science and Islamic studies in Gayo through a series of development process. The finding of the study showed that e-learning based Moodle was conducted by using 4-D model (Four D Model). The results also showed that of development activities are: (1) e-learning media in Gayo which can be seen in www.elearning-gayobelajar.com and (2) the use of guide books for lecturers and teachers. The Finding also indicated that the development of E-learning based Moodle is reliable or has a high level of reliability if t is used in university.

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E-learning, Moodle, science development, Islamic studies

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.15548/jt.v0i0.275

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