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Published: 25 August 2022

Digital-Based Smart Campus at Telkom University, Indonesia

Ahmad Qurtubi

Sultan Maulana Hasanuddin State Islamic University, Indonesia

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10.31014/aior.1993.05.03.543

Pages: 259-269

Keywords: Smart Campus, Digitalization, E-Learning, ICT, Artificial Intelligence

Abstract

A Smart Campus is a new educational paradigm developed in this study, and numerous changes are achieved in the sectors of technology, environment, management, education, mobility, life, security, and the university's economy. A smart campus is a way for institutions to compete in the industrial era 4.0. The smart campus system assists colleges in offering timely, accurate, and real-time services to all academicians. Previous research on smart campuses covers numerous dimensions, including the environment, education, management, mobility, people, economy, and security. The purpose of this research is to determine the components of Telkom University's digitally-based smart campus. To achieve this goal, the researcher enlisted the help of 98 Telkom University students. This research method employs a quantitative approach. A quantitative technique is used in this research strategy. The data used in this study are primary data gathered from the questionnaire responses. Confirmatory Factor Analysis was employed in this investigation, which was carried out with the assistance of the SmartPLS tool. Based on the findings of this study's analysis, it was determined that Telkom University has adopted nine components that reflect a digital-based smart campus. Among the 9 components examined, three have shown to be successful on this campus: Campus Application, Digital Presence with QR Code, and Campus Development Dashboard, while three require further improvement: Campus Academic System component, E-learning, and Job Fair System and Career Center.

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