Comparative Study of the Application of Blended Learning Method Versus Face-to-Face Learning Method in Student Learning AchievementCase Study: Computer Graphic Courses at Widyatama University

11Iwa Ovyawan Herlistiono, 2Sriyani Violina

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Abstract:

The e-learning learning method does not require face-to-face between teachers and students, all teaching and learning activities are bridged by the e-learning system. At the time of implementation there were several obstacles to the implementation of e-learning, including inadequate infrastructure and an independent learning culture that students did not yet have that still required face-to-face activities with the instructor. Blended Learning is a learning method that combines e-learning systems with face-to-face methods. In 1 (one) semester, it is determined when learning is done by e-learning system and when face to face. This study compares student learning outcomes using face-to-face and blended learning methods for Computer Graphic courses at Widyatama University

Keywords:

Blended Learning, Computer Graphic

Paper Details
Month2
Year2020
Volume24
IssueIssue 2
Pages3423-3428