Title: The Effects of Online Activities on Student Learning Outcomes in Blended Learning Environment
Authors: Surjono, H.D., Muhtadi, A., Trilisiana, N.
Publication: In Proceedings of the 2019 3rd International Conference on Education and Multimedia Technology (ICEMT 2019). ACM, New York, NY, USA, 107-110. DOI:https://doi.org/10.1145/3345120.3345167 indexed by Scopus.
Abstract: This quasi-experimental study aims to find out how online activities influence the learning outcomes of Yogyakarta State University students on e-learning courses. This 4-week study consisted of two experimental groups and one control group. The experimental groups received face-to-face instruction plus e-learning or blended learning (BL) with online discussions and quizzes. The control group used Blended Learning without any online activities. Quantitative analytical results include 1) student’s learning outcomes in BL with online discussions and quizzes are better than those without any online activities. 2) The student’s learning outcomes in BL with online discussions and quizzes are also better than those with online quizzes. Furthermore, this study also found that 3) student’s learning outcomes in BL with online quizzes are better than those without any online activities and 4) there is a positive correlation between student’s learning outcomes and their level of activities in the BL environment.