CIPP-SAW Application as an Evaluation Tool of E-Learning Effectiveness

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Dewa Gede Hendra Divayana 1,* I Putu Wisna Ariawan 1 Made Kurnia Widiastuti Giri 1

1. Universitas Pendidikan Ganesha, Singaraja, 81116, Indonesia

* Corresponding author.


Received: 1 Sep. 2020 / Revised: 23 Oct. 2020 / Accepted: 16 Nov. 2020 / Published: 8 Dec. 2021

Index Terms

Application, CIPP, SAW, Evaluation, E-Learning


The effectiveness level of e-learning implementation in the learning process at health colleges is very important for all users to know. Things that can be done to measure the level of effectiveness accurately is to carry out evaluation activities using computerized tools. One of the innovations found in this research was a computer-based evaluation application called the CIPP-SAW application. This application is formed by combining an educational evaluation model called CIPP (Context-Input-Process-Product) with a decision support system method called SAW (Simple Additive Weighting). Based on those situations, this research aimed to provide an overview of the user interface design and workings of the CIPP-SAW application used in evaluating the effectiveness of e-learning implemented in health colleges (case study in Bali province). This research was a development study using Borg & Gall’s design, which focused on the preliminary field test and main product revision stages. The subjects involved in the field trial of the CIPP-SAW application were 64 respondents. The respondents included: two informatics experts, two educational evaluation experts, 30 students, and 30 lecturers from several health colleges in Bali province. Data collection tools in the form of questionnaires, interview guidelines, and photo documentation. The analysis technique used was descriptive quantitative which compares the effectiveness level of the CIPP-SAW application with the effectiveness standard which refers to a scale of five. The results showed that the effectiveness level of the CIPP-SAW application was 87.521%, so it was in a good category.

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Dewa Gede Hendra Divayana, I Putu Wisna Ariawan, Made Kurnia Widiastuti Giri, " CIPP-SAW Application as an Evaluation Tool of E-Learning Effectiveness", International Journal of Modern Education and Computer Science(IJMECS), Vol.13, No.6, pp. 42-59, 2021.DOI: 10.5815/ijmecs.2021.06.05


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