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Promoting mobile collaborative language learning in Islamic higher education Yudhiantara, Rully Agung; Nuryantini, Ade Yeti
Journal on English as a Foreign Language (JEFL) Vol 9, No 1 (2019): March 2019
Publisher : Institut Agama Islam Negeri (IAIN) Palangka Raya, Indonesia

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This study sought to explore students’ experience in using Instagram to participate in mobile collaborative language learning (MCLL). The contents they produced and shared, as well as their interaction and collaboration, were analyzed. The participants of this study were 110 students in an English education department, in three different classes,who all had taken a translation coursetheir third semester. Online tasks were assigned to students and they were required to produce, share, interact and collaborate to accomplish tasks. This study applied a qualitative method with case study research design using observation, focus group discussion and content analysis. Data were analyzed through stages namely categorization, reduction and interpretation. Results showed that the students were able to participate in MCLL using Instagram. They produced and shared contents that met the requirement of MCLL. The contents included English sentences for structural collaboration in terms of subject-verb agreement and English sentences for word meaning collaborations. They interacted with their peers by writing feedback and comments on the uploaded content. They collaborated with their peers by providing multiple interactions to accomplish tasks in MCLL like writing structural analysis, word meaning, paraphrasing sentences, and sentence translation.
JEELS (Journal of English Education and Linguistics Studies) Vol 5, No 2: November 2018 (Sinta 2)
Publisher : IAIN Kediri

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The purpose of this study is to investigate instagram use among English pre-service teachers (EPST) to support their language learning in a particular course. This study sought to explore the following research questions: (1) How do EPST explore instagram to accomplish Online Task-Based Language Learning (OTBLL)? (2) What contents are created and shared by EPST to accomplish OTBLL? To collect the data, this study applied observation and content analysis. In addition several tasks were designed to be accomplished by EPST. The findings shows that EPST were able to integrate both the ability to use instagram and the ability to integrate it for OTBLL. The contents that EPST created and shared met the requirement of OTBLL. The contents included several types: creating video to explain topic assigned, writing phonetic transcription, and other tasks. The results of this study are expected to contribute in improving EPST language skills and their ability to explore social media use for language learning. Being able to seize social media to support language learning is a necessary skill to be nurtured for future language teacher in the 21st century.
Mobile-Assisted Language Learning (MALL) in Indonesian Islamic Higher Education Yudhiantara, Rully Agung; Saehu, Andang
IJELTAL (Indonesian Journal of English Language Teaching and Applied Linguistics) Indonesian Journal of English Language Teaching and Applied Linguistics, 2(1), 2017
Publisher : IAIN Samarinda

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Mobile phone use has been studied in its connection with foreign language learning by many researchers concerned in Mobile Assisted language learning (MALL) for more than a decade. In Indonesian Islamic higher education context, the issues of MALL  has not been discussed extensively.  To respond to this need, this study was aimed at investigating the following research question:  1) How do students use their mobile phone to learn English Monolingual Dictionary (EMD) application?; 2)How do students use their mobile phone to support English language learning?. This study employed the qualitative method using case study. To collect data, this study applied observation to find out students’ engagement in using the mobile phone for learning EMD application. Students participated in this study were 40 students. Findings showed that students were able to use the mobile phone to use EMD application in English language learning (ELL). They demonstrated skill in operating EMD application which was realized in their knowledge concerning, pronunciation, grammar and meaning information when searching a particular word. In addition, there were many features that students seized from the mobile phone for English language learning. They used audio feature to operate EMD from mobile phone to boost listening skill. Their mobile phone facilitated them to record video project presenting their vocabulary learning. These activities could be done by their mobile phone existence as an introductory effort toward MALL implementation in ELL in Islamic Higher education.  
KUALITAS PERANGKAT LUNAK: MODULARITAS PUSTAKA TEXT PRE-PROCESSING Maylawati, Dian Sa'adillah; Sugilar, Hamdan; Yudhiantara, Rully Agung
Jurnal Perspektif Vol 1, No 2 (2017): Jurnal Perspektif
Publisher : UIN Sunan Gunung Djati Bandung

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Perangkat lunak yang baik harus mencapai kualitas yang baik pula. Termasuk pustaka (library) dan komponen perangkat lunak yang akan dipanggil pada perangkat lunak lainnya. Terdapat beberapa faktor kualitas yang dapat dicapai pustaka perangkat lunak, antara lain fleksibilitas, modularitas, interoperabilitas, dan portabilitas. Penelitian ini bertujuan untuk mengukur faktor kualitas modularitas dari pustaka text pre-processing untuk Bahasa Indonesia. Metodologi pembangunan pustaka menggunakan Waterfall dengan menerapkan Unified Modelling Language (UML) sebagai model perangkat lunak. Pustaka text pre-processing dibangun dengan bahasa pemrograman Java dengan masukan berupa koleksi dokumen teks dan keluaran berupa Himpunan Frequent Word Itemset (HFWI) sebagai representasi teks terstruktur. Modularitas pustaka diukur dengan menggunakan metriks Coupling between Object Classes (CBO) dan Lack of Cohesion in Methods (LCOM). Hasil pengukuran dan evaluasi modularitas pustaka menunjukkan bahwa modularitas pustaka sudah dicapai dengan kohesi yang cukup tinggi dan kopling yang rendah. Kohesi yang cukup tinggi ditunjukkan dengan nilai LCOM 0.381, sedangkan kopling yang rendah ditunjukkan dengan nilai CBO 1.045.
Jurnal Perspektif Vol 1, No 2 (2017): Jurnal Perspektif
Publisher : UIN Sunan Gunung Djati Bandung

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Penggunaan smartphone dan tren implementasi Mobile assisted Language learning banyak diteliti dan di publikasi di beberapa jurnal. Penelitian ini menginvestigasi bagaimana smart phone digunakan untuk mengakses kamus monolingual bahasa Inggris/ EMD dan  memfasilitasi pembelajaran bahasa. Penelitian ini menunjukan bahwa mahasiswa bisa menggunakan smartphone untuk mengakses EMD dan menggunakan smartphone untuk mendukung proses belajar bahasa Inggris.