Designing Intelligent Tutoring System using Chatbot on the Prepackaged Product Training

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Title Designing Intelligent Tutoring System using Chatbot on the Prepackaged Product Training
Perancangan Intelligent Tutoring System Menggunakan Chatbot pada Mata Pelatihan Barang Dalam Keadaan Terbungkus
 
Creator Febriantoro, Wicaksono
Nurhadi, Achmad
 
Description Government Officer (ASN) has the obligation to develop competencies for a minimum of 20 learning hours / year. However, not all ASNs can take part in training as a form of competency development due to the limited quota  of face-to-face (classical) training available. The latest regulations provide alternative non-classical learning that does not have to be face-to-face including e-learning, distance learning and self learning. Self learning can be used by students to improve their competency using a variety of learning resources available both conventional and based on information technology. In this paper, one of the tools to support self learning will be discussed in the form of intelligent tutoring system design using a chatbot in the prepackaged goods training (BDKT). The design uses the framework of Design Science Research, starting from setting goals, designing chatbot conversational flow, developing applications using chatfuel, demonstration through simulations via Facebook Messgenger and Blackbox Evaluation. The resulting prototype has been able to follow the flow of the conversation that was designed and can be used as a support for self learning anytime and anywhere as long as it is connected to the internet.
ASN mempunyai kewajiban pengembangan kompetensi selama minimal 20 JP/tahun. Akan tetapi tidak semua ASN dapat mengikuti pelatihan sebagai bentuk pengembangan kompetensi dikarenakan terbatasnya kuota/jumlah pelatihan tatap muka (klasikal) yang tersedia. Regulasi terbaru memberikan alternatif pembelajaran non klasikal yang tidak harus bertatap muka antara lain e-learning, distance learning dan belajar mandiri. Belajar mandiri dapat digunakan siswa untuk meningkatkan kompetensinya menggunakan berbagai sumber belajar yang tersedia baik konvensional dan berbasis pada teknologi informasi. Dalam paper ini akan dibahas salah satu tools pendukung belajar mandiri berupa perancangan intelligent tutoring system menggunakan chatbot pada mata pelatihan barang dalam keadaan terbungkus (BDKT). Perancangan menggunakan framework Design Science Research, mulai dari penetapan tujuan, perancangan desain alur percakapan chatbot, pengembangan aplikasi menggunakan chatfuel, demonstrasi melalui simulasi via Facebook Messenger dan Evaluasi Blackbox. Prototype yang dihasilkan telah dapat mengikuti alur percakapan yang dirancang dan dapat digunakan sebagai pendukung belajar mandiri kapan saja dan dimana saja (domain pelajari materi dan evaluasi) asalkan terkoneksi dengan internet.
 
Publisher Perwakilan BKKBN Daerah Istimewa Yogyakarta
 
Date 2020-01-16
 
Type info:eu-repo/semantics/article
info:eu-repo/semantics/publishedVersion
 
Format application/pdf
 
Identifier http://pancanaka.latbangdjogja.web.id/index.php/pancanaka/article/view/33
10.37269/pancanaka.v1i1.33
 
Source PANCANAKA Jurnal Kependudukan, Keluarga, dan Sumber Daya Manusia; Vol 1 No 1 (2020): PANCANAKA Jurnal Kependudukan, Keluarga dan Sumber Daya Manusia; 10-20
Pancanaka; Vol 1 No 1 (2020): PANCANAKA Jurnal Kependudukan, Keluarga dan Sumber Daya Manusia; 10-20
2716-2036
10.37269/pancanaka.v1i1
 
Language ind
 
Relation http://pancanaka.latbangdjogja.web.id/index.php/pancanaka/article/view/33/2
 
Rights Copyright (c) 2020 PANCANAKA Jurnal Kependudukan, Keluarga, dan Sumber Daya Manusia
http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0
 

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