THE EFFECTS OF E-LEARNING TRAINING ON IMPLEMENTATION OF BLENDED LEARNING MODEL IN UNIVERSITY
Keywords:E-learning, Blended Learning Model, Effects, Training
This study aims to determine the effects of e-learning on the implementation of blended learning model. In previous research, the researcher found that e-learning training has a positive effect on increasing the number of lecturers who implement e-learning into the blended learning model. This study is purposed to add to the literature by looking at the effect of e-learning training on increasing the number of lecturers who implement the blended learning model. We know that e-learning training is very important for lecturers in universities in order to be able to compete in this globalization era, blended learning model is regarded as one of the effective modern learning model because in its implementation, it can maintain the essence of learning model traditionally by "face-to- face" and learning by using technology which is e-learning.
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