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IJSTR >> Volume 9 - Issue 12, December 2020 Edition



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

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ISSN 2277-8616



Level Of Digital Talent Readiness In Blended Learning Assessments At The Higher Education

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AUTHOR(S)

Ulfia Rahmi, Azrul

 

KEYWORDS

digital talent, blended learning, assessment

 

ABSTRACT

The study aims at investigating the level of readiness of Digital Talent in the assessment of blended learning at universities. This was carried out to respond to the challenges ahead, namely, the application of blended learning in higher education. The assessment available so far is classroom face-to-face. The online learning assessments, however, has not yet fully considered. The component analysis procedure of blended learning assessment, instrument compilation, instrument validation, instrument dissemination, tabulation process, and data interpretation are critical parts of this descriptive study. The data was collected in the Education Technology Study Program at Universitas Negeri Padang in the Academic year of July-December odd semester. The sample was selected randomly. The results signified that that the Digital Talent has influential potentials and it, therefore, requires an assessment of blended learning. The implication is the instructional designer in designing blended learning designs and develops blended learning assessments to accommodate all learning activities and domains

 

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