University Students’ Perception of Online Examination using Google Form

Badi’atul Azmina, Mar’atus Solihah, Agung Guritno

Abstract


The growth of ICT facilitates lecturer to assess students’ understanding easily. Lecturer could use online tool such as Google form to conduct examination. This study wants to find out perception of university students using Google form in their examination. It is mixed method research. Quantitative research was conducted to find out the understanding level of the students. Qualitative research was used to analyze the perception of each level about Google form online examination. The data collecting techniques were test, questionnaire and document analysis. The result shows that the students’ perception of Google form online examination defers among each level of university students. The research implications of this study were as assessment example of using technology for university students.

Keywords: Univeristy students, perception, online examination, technology, google form

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