Evaluation of Blended Learning Tutorials Program at Postgraduate Universitas Terbuka

  • Tita Rosita Universitas Terbuka
  • Trini Prastati Universitas Terbuka
  • Edy Sjarif Universitas Terbuka
  • Taufani C Kurniatun Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia
Keywords: Evaluation Tutorial, Blended Learning


This research examines the Evaluation of Blended Learning Tutorials Program at Universitas Terbuka. Universitas Terbuka is one of the public universities whose learning process is held with an open and distance system (PTJJ). This research is descriptive evaluative research using quantitative approaches, where this research is at UPBJJ-UT which organizes master programs, taken four UPBJJ-UT with attention to the number of students namely Jakarta, Bogor, Bandung and Tarakan. Meanwhile, the population of this study is UPBJJ, a graduate program with 47 tutorial classes, while the sample in this study is UPBJJ Jakarta 2 classes, UPBJJ Bandung 1 class, UPBJJ Tarakan 2 classes, and UPBJJ Bogor 2 classes. The results showed that 1) the learning process postgraduate program included blended learning, 2) the learning process in the postgraduate program included in: (a) The Blended Course Category; (b) Tutors are required to be more innovative in designing the creation of learning videos that are attractive, quality and understandable to students without face-to-face; (c) Learning using the internet, developing systems, providing infrastructure, access arrangements for students maintaining systems and infrastructure, training services (ICT Literate), 3) Planning and implementation of online and face-to-face tutorials are almost 70% appropriate.