Towards Successful Implementation of a Virtual Classroom for Vocational Higher Education in Indonesia
Aditya, B. R., Nurhas, I., & Pawlowski, J. (2019). Towards Successful Implementation of a Virtual Classroom for Vocational Higher Education in Indonesia. In L. Uden, D. Liberona, G. Sanchez, & S. Rodríguez-González (Eds.), LTEC 2019 : Learning Technology for Education Challenges, Proceedings of the 8th International Workshop (pp. 151-161). Communications in Computer and Information Science, 1011. Cham: Springer. doi:10.1007/978-3-030-20798-4_14
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The virtual classroom continues to grow, but it is becoming more and more the norm, and it is fundamentally different from the vocational students at the Indonesian university. With the promised benefits of the virtual classroom, many challenges and difficulties come in the implementation. Although there are already successful design principles for virtual classrooms that support organizations in overcoming the challenges, the approach to implementing the design principles of virtual classroom at the vocational higher education in Indonesia is still lacking. In this study, we aim to answer the research gap and used the design sciences research by interviewing the lecturers to design the solutions. The proposed design approaches were implemented in a course and evaluated with students from two different groups. Overall, the evaluation of the proposed approaches shows 1 significant results as an indicator of the benefits of the implementation of a virtual classroom for vocational students in Indonesia. ...