E-Learning Effectiveness Analysis in Developing Countries: East Nusa Tenggara, Indonesia Perspective

Sfenrianto Sfenrianto, Ellen Tantrisna, Habibullah Akbar, Mochamad Wahyudi

Abstract


The adoption of e-learning in developing countries like Indonesian Universities have been focused in urban areas like the big cities, especially in Java island. There is a lack of development of e-learning in a remote city like Kupang East Nusa Tenggara Indonesia which is located far away from the capital city. This research aims to assess the effectiveness of e-learning by analyzing three factors in one of the higher institution in Kupang city, i.e. Sekolah Tinggi Kesehatan Citra Mandiri Husada Kupang (STIKes CHMK). The factors include culture, technology and infrastructure, and content satisfaction. The data were collected using questionnaires. Research shows that with proper preparation for e-learning, the acceptance of e-learning in rural areas is significantly high. This finding suggests that e-learning can greatly benefit the students like Kupang city in developing countries.

Keywords


Developing country, Effectiveness analysis, E-Learning, Indonesia perspective, Learning management system

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