THE DEVELOPMENT OF A WEBSITE-BASED INDUSTRIAL PRACTICE ASSESSMENT (PI) MODEL AT THE FACULTY OF ENGINEERING, UNM
The Industrial Practice (PI) assessment model at the Faculty of Engineering, UNM is still conventional. The PI assessment model only available in a paper-based document. The conventional system allows data to be lost, damaged, and makes it difficult to search for data when it is needed, given a large number of students who practice Industry in one semester. Furthermore, the conventional assessment model also has other drawbacks, namely the difficulty in recapitulating the scores of all students. Based on these problems, it is necessary to develop a website-based student PI assessment model that can facilitate the management of student PI scores. This is Research and Development (R&D) research. The stages in developing a website-based Industrial Practice assessment model at the Faculty of Engineering UNM is a modification of the waterfall development model, which consists of four stages, namely: (1) needs analysis; (2) design; (3) coding; (4) implementation. The results of the research are as follows: 1) The results of expert validation with three aspects of assessment that include aspects of the system obtained analysis results with an average of 3.88 and a percentage of 96.88% in the very valid category; (2) aspects of the function (Black Box) note that 22 functions in the information system have a success rate of 100% and a failure rate of 0% of the two validators; (3) The results of the analysis in the field trial by looking at the respondents' assessment of the ease of use of the application with an average of 3.70 with a percentage of 92.55% are in the very practical category. Based on the field trials results, the Website-Based Industrial Practice (PI) Assessment Model developed is very practical, therefore it is feasible to use.
Development, Website, Industrial Practice, Assessment Model