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Volume 173, 2023The 4th Annual Conference on Education and Social Sciences (ACcESS 2022)
|Number of page(s)
|Learning Media and Digitalization
|07 August 2023
Digital Workplace and E-Leadership at the University of Riau’s Civic Education Study Program
1 English Education Study Program, Riau University, Riau, Indonesia
2 Civic Education Study Program, Riau University, Riau, Indonesia
3 Community Education Study Program, Riau University, Riau, Indonesia
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This study aims to investigate the contribution of the digital workplace to the e-leadership of the academic community at the Civic Education Study Program, University of Riau. To do so, 124 people comprising lecturers (N=10) and students (N=114) were selected as samples. The experiences of participants were documented using questionnaire surveys which were divided into three parts. Part A and B were 4-Likert scale questions aimed at digital workplace and e-leadership, respectively, while part C contained some open questions regarding obstacles, strategies, and hopes in ICT use. The quantitative data were analyzed using SPSS 188.8.131.52. Based on the statistical analysis, it was found that there was a strong correlation between the digital workplace and e-leadership. While most of the respondents were facing difficulties in using ICT due to the lack of facilities, familiarity, and security, they mentioned that they had tried any possible measures to address these issues by themselves. Therefore, it is expected that the institution could support them through the improvement of ICT facilities and training.
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