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The Use of Code-Mixing among Pamonanese in Parata Ndaya Closed-Group Facebook
Research intended to figure out why Pamonanes did code-mixing in Parata Ndaya, a Facebook closed-group site. The research applied qualitative method to get the types of code-mixing and reasons forExpand
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Critical success factor in blended learning for English training: A systematic literature review
The rapid development of technology has impacted many aspects in education world. The technology development has challenged how education was brought to learners. The traditional way may no longerExpand
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Impetus and influences of Online Learning Interaction based on Non-English Lecturers’ Perspectives in global class program
The purpose of this paper aimed to investigate the impetus and influences of executing Online Learning Interaction in the Global Class Program. There were sixteen university lecturers involved inExpand
Video Project and Online Peer-Assessment: Benefits and Challenges
This paper describes the benefits and drawbacks of peer assessment toward fifteen (15) undergraduate students' online video projects. The data gathered from participants' video polling. It wasExpand
Exploring indonesian young females online social networks (OSNs) addictions: a case study of mass communication female undergraduate students
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In this paper, we explore the Indonesian young females' addictions to the use of Online Social Networks (OSNs). Expand
Improving Freshmen Students’ Sentence Accuracy Through Sentence Combining Drills: a Case Study in Bina Nusantara University
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This study attempts to investigate whether Sentence Combining Drills can improve sentence accuracy of BINUS freshmen students who took English Access. Expand
Gender differences in the use of SCREAM Rhetorical devices displayed on video presentations: (An analysis of undergraduate students' persuasive presentations)
  • J. Luke, Kiky Soraya
  • Computer Science
  • 10th International Conference on Human System…
  • 1 July 2017
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The study seeks to investigate the most preferred SCREAM Rhetorical devices used by male and female students when doing persuasive presentation and verify whether gender differences play a role in the way the male andfemale students exploited SCREAM rhetorical devices to persuade the audiences. Expand
The implications of using social networking sites for the academic and the non-academic staffs in two Indonesian private universities a case study in Bina Nusantara University and Pelita Harapan
  • J. Luke, I. Meranga
  • Computer Science
  • Ninth International Conference on Ubiquitous and…
  • 1 July 2017
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This paper investigates the implications of utilizing Social Network Sites (SNSs) in three dimensions: for learning, for performance, and for sharing works. Expand
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