Faktor-Faktor yang Mempengaruhi Penerimaan Mahasiswa Terhadap E-Learning Exelsa Moodle dengan Menggunakan Getamel

Nicolas Bayu Kristiawan

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Abstrak: Tujuan penelitian ini adalah menguji penerimaan mahasiswa terhadap e-learning  Exelsa Moodle dengan menggunakan General Extended Technology Acceptance Model for e-learning  (GETAMEL) yang dikembangkan oleh  Fazil dan Rupert. Model GETAMEL digunakan dengan tujuan untuk mengetahui secara spesifik faktor-faktor yang berpengaruh terhadap penerimaan mahasiswa terhadap e-learning Exelsa Moodle. Berdasarkan GETAMEL, terdapat lima faktor eksternal yang mempengaruhi penerimaan mahasiswa terhadap e-learning, yaitu: pengalaman dalam menggunakan komputer dan teknologi informasi, norma subjektif, persepsi kenyamanan dalam menggunakan komputer dan teknologi informasi, kecemasan dalam menggunakan komputer dan teknologi informasi, dan self efficacy. Metode penelitian survey digunakan untuk mengukur variabel dalam GETAMEL. Hasil dalam penelitian ini menunjukan bahwa tidak semua variabel eksternal dalam GETAMEL berpengaruh terhadap persepsi kemudahan dan persepsi kebermanfaatan dalam TAM. Hanya 2 variabel yang berpengaruh yaitu : variabel kenyamanan dalam menggunakan e-learning,  hanya berpengaruh terhadap persepsi kemudahan dalam menggunakan e-learning Exelsa Moodle sedangkan variabel self efficacy berpengaruh terhadap persepsi kemudahan dalam menggunakan e-learning Exelsa Moodle dan persepsi kebermanfaatan dalam menggunakan e-learning Exelsa Moodle. Selanjutnya, semua variabel dalam TAM berpengaruh secara signifikan.

Abstract: The purpose of this study was to test student acceptance of Exelsa Moodle's e-learning using the General Extended Technology Acceptance Model for e-learning (GETAMEL) developed by Fazil and Rupert. The GETAMEL model is used with the aim of knowing specifically the factors that influence student acceptance of Exelsa Moodle e-learning. Based on GETAMEL, there are five external factors that influence student acceptance of e-learning, namely: experience in using computers and information technology, subjective norms, perceived comfort in using computers and information technology, anxiety in using computers and information technology, and self-efficacy. Survey research method is used to measure variables in GETAMEL. The results in this study indicate that not all external variables in GETAMEL affect the perception of convenience and the perception of usefulness in TAM. Only 2 variables have an effect, namely: the convenience variable in using e-learning, only affects the perception of ease in using Exelsa Moodle e-learning while the self-efficacy variable affects the perception of ease in using Exelsa Moodle e-learning and the perceived usefulness in using e-learning Excel Moodle. Furthermore, all variables in TAM have a significant effect


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TAM; GETAMEL; e-learning

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