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IJSTR >> Volume 9 - Issue 4, April 2020 Edition



International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research  
International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research

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Millennial Generation And Digitization: Implementation Of Higher Education Functions

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AUTHOR(S)

Jamaluddin Ahmad, Muliani S, Hardianti

 

KEYWORDS

digitization; education function; millennial generation.

 

ABSTRACT

The function of higher education in Indonesia according to Law Number 12 of 2012 is to develop an innovative, responsive, creative, skilled, competitive and cooperative academic community. Millennial generation emerges with the concept of digitizing all daily life, including the activities of the learning process, research, and community service. The aim of this study is to understand the level of acceptance of millennial generation and the application of digitalization in encouraging the implementation of higher education functions. This type of research is qualitative with data collection techniques through documents and interviews, the data is then analyzed using qualitative descriptive analysis. The results show that the level of acceptance tends to be more innovative, more creative, more competitive, and more cooperative, but tends to lack skills by digitizing all higher education functions. The conclusion is that by digitizing all processes of higher education, millennial generation is more optimal in accepting the function of higher education.

 

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