Penerimaan Modul Pembelajaran Digital Berasaskan Strategi Blended Learning (e-CITAC) Dalam Kursus TITAS

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Norhapizah Mohd Burhan
Ab. Halim Tamuri
Norazah Mohd Nordin


Changes in pedagogical approach at higher learning institutions are in line with technological innovation in education. Teaching in the new millennium has been student-centered, material-based as well as inclusive of electronic, blended learning, open educational resources (OER) and massive open online courses (MOOCS). This paper analyzes learner acceptance of digital learning module (e-CITAC) based on Blended Learning (BL) strategy in the Islamic and Asian Civilisation Course (TITAS). This study adopted Type 1 developmental research design in which its formative evaluation phase involved a case study designed to elicit responses to the module. A total of 123 undergraduate university students in 4 focus-group interviews from Universiti Teknologi MARA took part in this study. The findings indicated positive acceptance of the module with performance expectancy construct receiving the highest mean, followed by facilitating conditions (mean = 3.99), effort expectancy (mean = 3.96), behavioral intention (mean = 3.88), social influence (mean = 3.57); with the lowest (mean = 3.56) for voluntary usage. The changes brought by the digital learning module (e-CITAC) related to multimodality in content, delivery approach, instructional method and role. The module is also suitable for fact-based and history-related courses because of its varied learning content and attractive interesting visuals. Production of such modules should be encouraged to support transformation at higher learning institutions focusing on the blended learning integrated model.


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