Abstract—The information systems analysis and design
course are compulsory in the Information Systems Study
Program. The majority of the graduate profiles demonstrate a
great level of experience as systems analysts. Every year the
number of students in this program at the University of
Technology, Mataram, with scores below B is average 37.35%.
This value corresponds to the annual student population being
unable to conduct the course activities effectively. Therefore,
the purpose of this research is to generate an appropriate
learning model for the information system analysis and design
course to improve higher-order thinking skills. The
methodology involved research and development (R&D) that
combines two learning development models, termed research
and information collection. This research occurs as the first
stage of Borg & Gall’s model and the Step of System Approach
Model of Educational Research and Development, adapted
from Step Learning Design by Dick & Carey. Based on the
analysis results of student demands, literature review, and the
reference to existing problems, the need to develop a learning
model for the information systems analysis and design course
appears very essential. This is achieved by adopting a
problem-based learning model known as “Collassion”, mainly
supported by information and communication technology in
relation to collaboration and discussion. A validity test was
subsequently performed by 4 experts and the model
effectiveness was determined, using product effectiveness
analysis. The posttest average score was attained at 81.21, with
82.76% of student completion rate in accordance with the
specified minimum competency standards. This score has
increased significantly up to 72.41% from the pretest mean
value at 43.69, with a percentage of completeness of 6.90%.
Furthermore, the effectiveness test results showed the ability of
Collassion Learning in enhancing the learning effectiveness of
the sample course.
Index Terms—Analysis and design of information systems, collassion learning, learning models, problem-based learning.
The authors are with Universitas Negeri Jakarta, Indonesia (e-mail: DwinitaArwidiyarti_7117157697@mhs.unj.ac.id, firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com).
Cite: Dwinita Arwidiyarti, Khaerudin, and Basuki Wibawa, "Improving the Learning Effectiveness of Information System Analysis and Design Courses with Collassion Learning," International Journal of Information and Education Technology vol. 12, no. 5, pp. 456-462, 2022.Copyright © 2022 by the authors. This is an open access article distributed under the Creative Commons Attribution License which permits unrestricted use, distribution, and reproduction in any medium, provided the original work is properly cited (CC BY 4.0).