Ujian Online Mahasiswa Ilmu Komputer Berbasis Smartphone
L. A. Abdillah, “Ujian Online Mahasiswa Ilmu Komputer Berbasis Smartphone,” presented at the Seminar Nasional Riset Ilmu Komputer Ke-2 (SNRIK2016), Makassar, 2016.
Information technology influence higher education in various aspects, including education sector. This article discusses how smartphones facilitate online examination in computer science and information systems students. The research objective to be achieved by the researchers through the research, are as follows: 1) Utilizing smartphone as a media test online exam, 2) How to make use of social technologies in online test, and 3) Identify the features or facilities that could be used for the implementation of an online exam. Observations was conducted with 87 early year students as respondents. Author develop the online questions by using google forms, and facebook to disseminate online examination questions. Research findings show that Android are dominantly gadgets used by students for their online examination. Smartphone based online exam help students concentration in online exam. Social information technology like facebook and google forms have rich features in supporting online examination for computer science students. The use of smartphones, google forms, and facebook can create an atmosphere of exams modern, efficient, and environmentally friendly.
Keywords – Ujian Online, Google Forms, SmartPhones.
Berdasarkan observasi yang dilaporkan pada bagian-bagian sebelumnya, penulis sampai kepada beberapa kesimpulan, sebagai berikut:
- Ujian online berbasiskan smartpone memiliki dampak pribadi dalam mempromosikan green based education,
- Sosial teknologi informasi seperti google forms dan facebook memiliki beragam fitur dalam mendukung ujian secara online,
- Ujian online berbasiskan smartphone mempercepat proses ujian dan pemeriksaan hasil jawabannya, dan
- Batasan pada penelitian ini adalah terbatasnya cakupan responden.
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