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IJSTR >> Volume 5 - Issue 9, September 2016 Edition



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

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ISSN 2277-8616



Information System In Educational Environments Management Influences Against The Student Motivation On Public Universities In Jakarta, Indonesia

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AUTHOR(S)

Dr. Eliana Sari, M.M.

 

KEYWORDS

College Student, Educational Environments Management, Information Systems, Motivation, Physical Elements Maintenance, Public Universities, Social Elements Development.

 

ABSTRACT

The phenomenon of the rise of unemployment among educated scholars, particularly in urban areas, can be a serious threat to the stability of the economy, politics and security in Indonesia. The low absorption of labor among the educated scholars, indicate the educational process in college is not optimal. The quality of education in Jakarta Capital City becomes the mirror of the quality of education in Indonesia, as a reference for the educational process in other areas and a quality barometer of education in Indonesia in the eyes of the international community. The not optimally information system in educational environments management proved has an effect on student learning motivation and resulting in low quality of educated bachelor graduates in Jakarta. Increasing the effectiveness of optimally information system in educational environments management through the provision of an information collection of the physical elements maintenance and the information unit of social elements development that conducted in integrated manner is believed to strengthen the students' learning motivation. Students that have a high stimulation of learning requirement, a strong encouragement of learning energy and an increasethe intensity of learning effort, there will be more enthusiasm in learning, determined to complete the task, tenacious in facing the adversity, thoroughly solve the problem, dare to show an interest, and the desire to show a talents in a creative ways. In the end, students will become more skilled, confident, and productive economically and socially.

 

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