Ryan Hara Permana


Blended learning is essential to provide an effective and efficient teaching method, especially in nursing education. Faculty of Nursing, Universitas Padjadjaran with its adequate facilities, resources, and policies, is highly potential to be a center of blended learning development for the nursing area in Indonesia. However, the usability and design of the current platform used by the faculty are still poor. This study aims to develop a blended learning platform based on lecturers’ needs in Faculty of Nursing, Universitas Padjadjaran. This mixed method study employs Waterfall Development Model consists of analysis, design, implementation, testing, deployment and maintenance stage. The participants are the lecturers in Faculty of Nursing, Universitas Padjadjaran with minimum a year experience in teaching. The data will be collected using a focus group discussion, and experts evaluation. A focus group discussion will be used in the needs’ assessment phase to gain the data about platforms’ abilities that is required by the lecturers to facilitate blended courses. In addition, Analytic Hierarchy Process will be deployed to quantitatively rank the platform’s features based on the lecturers’ needs. Keywords: blended learning, platform, platform development, nursing education.


blended-learning, platform, platform development, nursing education

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