The Role Of Digital Curriculum And Off-Campus Learning (MBKM) To Face Industry 4.0: Evidence In Indonesian Gen-Z Students

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Kusni Ingsih , Sih Darmi Astuti , Tito Aditya Perdana , Fery Riyanto


Objectives: The digital curriculum (DC) and the off-campus learning program (MBKM) are important requirements for education 4.0 in Indonesia today, which focuses on and contributes to building generation Z of Indonesia to become superior human resources (HR). The main strategy is DC and the MBKM program is to prepare students to improve the Student Learning Advantage 4.0 (SLA) and to create students with Readiness Integrated Competence/WRIC. For this reason, it is necessary to conduct research that aims to explore important factors to improve WRIC in Indonesian generation Z students.

Method: This research method used a mixed method. The data were collected using a survey technique with the questionnaires from the final semester students at seven state universities and 11 private universities that have the accreditation A in Indonesia. The sampling technique used purposive sampling, with the sample criteria of the generation-z students of final semester participating in the MBKM program, and, in this study, 279 respondents were obtained.

Results: The results showed that MBKM and DC had significant positive implications for WRIC through SLA in generation z students. SLA is proven to have the potential to bridge DC and MBKM against WRIC. The SLA contribution increases WRIC from the learning path indicators in learning mastery.

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