The Impact of E-learning on Student Learning Motivation

AR Komala

ICOBEST 2021 - Digitalization and Opportunities in The Tough Time - ISBN 978-623-95562-1-1

Abstract

This study aims to determine the impact of e-learning on student learning motivation. Indicators of e-learning include learning and evaluation materials, community, online lecturers, collaboration and multimedia. The indicators of learning motivation include college desire, encouragement to complete college, expectations of attending lectures, awards in lectures, interesting activities during lectures and a conducive environment. Various obstacles in running e-learning such as network unpreparedness, too much task load, less than optimal interactive lecturers and so on became the basis for conducting this research. The method used in this research is descriptive and verification with a quantitative approach. Respondents in this study were 104 students. The source of data in this study is primary data with data collection techniques carried out through survey methods using questionnaires. The analytical method used in this study is the SmartPLS 3.3.3 . software. The results of this study indicate that e-learning has an effect on student learning motivation. The results of data processing show that for e-learning multimedia indicators are still not good and this shows that the learning media, both video, audio and online simulations are still not optimally used as online learning media. As for learning motivation, indicators of college desire, awards for online lectures, interesting activities and a conducive environment have not been obtained optimally by students. This shows that in conducting online lectures it is necessary to have interesting media in conveying material so that student learning motivation is mentioned.

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