Development of Countenance Application Oriented on Combining ANEKA-Tri Hita Karana as A Mobile Web to Evaluate the Computer Knowledge and Morality

Dewa Gede Hendra Divayana, I Putu Wisna Ariawan, Agus Adiarta

Abstract


The principal objective of this study was to introduce the existence on development of Countenance evaluation application that can be used to evaluate the moral and quality of students’ computer knowledge by using evaluation indicators which oriented to combining between ANEKA values with the Tri Hita Karana concept. This research was developed by using the Borg & Gall method, which focuses on the stages of creating a mobile web-based evaluation application, field trial stage, and revision stage of field trial results. The subjects involved in creating the application as much as three peoples, subjects involved in the field trial as much as 94 peoples, and subjects involved in the revision of field trial as much as three peoples. The instruments that were used in conducting the assessment on the field trial was in questionnaires form. The technique that was used to analyze the collected data from field trials results using quantitative descriptive techniques by determining the average of percentage from application quality that was compared to a standard score of application quality that refers to eleven’s scale. The study results showed that the quality of the evaluation application belongs to a very good category, so it was ready to be implemented, and it is no need to be done the major revision.

Keywords


Mobile Web; Evaluation Application; Countenance; ANEKA; Tri Hita Karana

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International Journal of Interactive Mobile Technologies (iJIM) – eISSN: 1865-7923
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