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Impact Analysis of Academic Guidance and Training Soft Skill to Improve Student's Self-Concept and Independence Through Tuweb

Barokah Widuroyekti, ‪dian Ratu Ayu Uswatun Khasanah, Binti Isrofin, Jahyu Hartanti, Dwikoranto Dwikoranto

Abstract: The implementation of learning activities during the pandemic is carried out online, including learning activities at the Distance Learning Program Unit of the Open University of Semarang using Web-based Tutorials (Tuweb) using Microsoft Team. Online learning requires students to study independently. The purpose of this study was to integrate the impact of user experience, academic self-concept and adversity quetion on independent learning in students. This type of research is quantitative research. Data collection techniques using a psychological scale. The psychological scale used in this study is (1) the learning independence scale. (2) academic self-concept scale (3) adversity quotient scale and (4) user experience scale. The measurement results show a TLI of 0.955. This output shows the accuracy, consistency of the accuracy of the composite reliability measuring instrument which shows the accuracy, consistency of the accuracy of a measuring instrument in making measurements. Student independence is influenced by academic self-concept and user experience, but the adversity quotient does not have a significant effect.
Keywords: online / instrument / consistency / psychological / Tuweb / academic / concept / students / independence / quotient

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