Meysilviani, Tri (2006) MOTIVASI BELAJAR MAHASISWA DALAM PEMBELAJARAN MELALUI MEDIA ELECTRONIC MAIL (e-MAIL). Other thesis, University of Muhammadiyah Malang.


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Learning motivation plays a very important to the success of a person, let alone it is closely related in terms of spur students to the spirit of learning. On the concept of learning through the medium of electronic mail (e-mail) there are things that can improve student learning spirit or as a motivation to study. Learning through the medium of electronic mail (e-mail) is a type of learning through the most popular Internet service. Electronic mail (e-mail) is a correspondence that uses a computer over a network. It is expected that students' motivation could be improved so that students can give a maximum output. While in traditional learning more emphasis on teachers as the main source of knowledge and discourse strategy is still preferred. By learning a few of these variations, the student's motivation can not be increased because students tend to get bored. The study was a descriptive quantitative. Is descriptive research that aims to develop a picture or portrait pemasalah the performance in detail and systematically. While quantitative research data is in the form of numbers or symptoms that diangkakan. The  sample used is a student majoring in management STIE Malangku e wara Malang using the method of teaching through the medium of electronic mail. (E-mail) and face-to-face lectures beginning teachers or educators. Methods of data collection using the questionnaire in the form of scale. Based on this analysis we concluded that students' high motivation in learning through the medium of electronic mail (e-mail) of 54.17% (f = 26), while those with low motivation to learn which of 45.83% (f = 22) .

Item Type: Thesis (Other)
Subjects: B Philosophy. Psychology. Religion > BF Psychology
Divisions: Faculty of Psychology > Department of Psychology
Depositing User: Rayi Tegar Pamungkas
Date Deposited: 24 Jul 2012 06:07
Last Modified: 24 Jul 2012 06:07

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