DESIGN WEB APPLICATION BINA NUSANTARA E-LEARNING FOR INDONESIA WITH MOOC CONCEPT USING LARAVEL FRAMEWORK
Oleh : Theodora Elfreda, Jonathan Wylliem, Shirley Halim Ng, Jaka Hartanto, Budi Yulianto
Educational quality level in Indonesia is still categorized as low. Based on data from Ministry of Education & Culture 2012, there is 4.273.000 (four million two hundred and seventy three thousands) people that go to university or college. Which means only 28,8% from Indonesian citizen that is between 19-23 years old that is lucky enough to continue their study to university or college. This number also corresponds to the statement from Secretary General of Ministry of Education & Culture that says only 30% of Indonesian citizen are able to continue to college or university. Even though this number has raised around 20% compared to it was ten years ago, Indonesia is still left behind compared to Korea and Malaysia which has 70% rate of their student continuing to university or college.
Human Development Index (HDI) is a ranking published by UNESCO (United Nations Educational, Scientific, and Cultural Organization) to rate the development of a country compared to other countries based on the development of these aspects: education, health, and income per capita. According to HDI in year 2015, Indonesia ranked at 110th out of 188 countries around the world. As comparison to other country in the ASEAN, Malaysia ranked at 62th, Thailand ranked at 93rd, Singapore ranked at 11th, Brunei ranked at 31th, Philippines ranked at 115th, Vietnam ranked at 116th, Myanmar ranked at 148th, Laos ranked at 141th, and Cambodia ranked at 143th. Indonesia only superior when compared to Philippines, Vietnam, Myanmar, Laos, and Cambodia.
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