Digital Transformation in Education: Forms, Contributing Factors, and Impacts

Hilal Mahmud, Riema Febriantie, Muhammad Muharram Palalun


This study intends to catalogue the types of digital technologies utilized in learning interactions, accessing learning resources, and conducting assessments online. Additionally, it makes an effort to examine the internal and external factors that support learning through digital technology and their effects on student learning outcomes. This study employs a descriptive qualitative methodology. Data were gathered using observation, documentation studies, and interviews. To map the position of the school in digital-based learning, data on internal and external factors were analyzed through an internal and external factors evaluation matrix. According to the study's findings, websites, e-modules from, YouTube, Google Scholar, Google Docs, and other digital technology platforms are used to access learning resources. Quiz, Google forms, and e-reports are used for learning assessment while Zoom, Google Meet, What's App, and Quiz are utilized for learning interactions. The study of internal and external factors' outcomes demonstrates that the school's strengths over weaknesses allow it to respond quickly to the threats posed by digital-based learning. It is possible to overcome the threats of time management in online learning by leveraging a variety of digital technology apps that enhance student learning outcomes.

Keywords: digital technology, digital transformation, digital-based learning

DOI: 10.7176/JEP/13-33-01

Publication date: November 30th 2022

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