Lecturer’s Homepage Usage in Indonesian Private University

Lecturer’s Homepage Usage in Indonesian Private University
Differences based on gender and educational background

(IJCSIS) International Journal of Computer Science and Information Security, Vol. 11, No. 3, March 2013

Dessy Wulandari AP
M. Achsan Isa Al Anshori
Abdus Syakur
M. Akbar Marwan

Department of Informatics Management
Gunadarma University
Depok, Indonesia

Abstract -

The use of personal homepage by lecturers is getting popular in universities, especially to support teaching and learning process in the classroom.
This study observed a lecturer in Information Systems Department in Indonesian Higher Education. Only 55.53% of the 151 lecturers who actively use the personal homepage. The amount of content and the popularity of the personal homepage on average still lower than the number of web pages viewed, number of documents, reffering domain, and total backlinks.
Statistical test results showed that there were differences in the number of web pages, the number of documents, and the total backlinks between male and female lecturers. There are significant differences occur only in the total number of web pages and documents, while reffering domain and total backlinks shows no significant difference seen from the education lecturer.

Keywords- Lecturer’s Homepage; Indonesian Private
University; Differences based on gender and educational
background

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