Smart Learning Environment (SLE) in the Fourth Industrial Revolution (IR 4.0): Practical Insights Into Online Learning Resources

Smart Learning Environment (SLE) in the Fourth Industrial Revolution (IR 4.0): Practical Insights Into Online Learning Resources

Dedi Mulyadi, Miftachul Huda, Islah Gusmian
Copyright: © 2022 |Pages: 23
DOI: 10.4018/IJABIM.287589
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This paper is attempted to examine the explanatory approach in dealing with SLE by advancing online learning sources. The systematic approach of searching for the relevant articles on SLE in IR 4.0 has been widely identified through two electronic databases, Scopus and Web of Sciences. Through adopting such digitally systematic search program, identification was made on the various elements in terms of online learning resources (OLR). This attempts to propose the SLE framework model with an innovative approach in enhancing the learning through incorporating IR 4.0 platform to utilize the variety of information sources together with knowledge attribution in the higher education (HE). The contribution provides theoretical framework with the guideline of well-adapted performance in the educational activities as the new normal trend. In achieving this attainment, the readiness of both instruction facilities and accessibility procedure is significantly the main basis in ensuring the process flow in enlarging the digital learning.
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In the last decades, the emergence of digital transformation is widespread across the rising of link connected into all thing which enabled the connectivity advancement among the multiple lines leading to the new revolution industry age. Such progression is well known as the age of industrial revolution (IR). With growing up such attainment, the advancement has given the valuable insights into providing the way of human life including their business, education, and also social interaction into their peers across an online platform (Agbo & Oyelere, 2019). Moreover, the outstanding impact of artificial intelligent (AI) for instance has led to expand the particular attribution of Industrial Revolution 4.0 (Bagnoli et al., 2019), in enabling the new trends of digital human engagement, and thus both professional and ethical balance should be taken into consideration (Huda, 2019). This is to ensure the main contribution of digitalisation process itself can go further underlying the new style of people live, work and society at large. Attempts to utilise such digital technology are in line with expanding the possible engagement to work together with others in a space less basis (Anshari et al., 2017), in that the number of human activities needs to have a sufficient adaptation (Bdiwi et al., 2019).

In the attempts to commit with having adaptive skills in utilising it into the society development, it is necessary to enhance the strategic skills together with knowledge attribution into the platform IR 4.0. As such, the proper management in utilising such technology adoption should bring along with coordinating the technical aspects of growing the recent contributions into the society. In order to manage properly in utilizing it for various aspects such as economic, business, social, cultural, privacy and security within technological basis (Oke & Fernandes, 2020), encouraging the skills development becomes an initial value to transform the adaptation within the technological aspects. As such, providing the research advancement together with the critical engagement to wisely use amidst the society refers to have a clear insight on the wider issues towards various topics. Due to the advancement of digital transformation, the wider contribution could be clearly stated in the utilisation of Internet of Things (IoT) platform linked from online basis to transmit into the digitalisation across various sectors including smart shopping, smart learning, smart interaction, and also deliver the services (Rafiola et al., 2020). In particular, the initiative of digital governance is also constructed across interconnectivity expansion from central data to the customers’ outline delivery system, in enabling the real-time access by the government unit agencies. Moreover, the special attention to have a similar pattern to engage into the digital trend points out disseminating the emerging trends of digital process of transferring information from the sources to the receiver at the real-based transaction.

It is true however that not only business and governance engagement progression has been widely transformed but also educational trend in the digital platform is since transformed within the space-less based instruction. The examples of such advancement could be viewed clearly such as innovative teaching technology (Gao et al., 2019), smart learning platform (Anshari et al., 2017), and also modern learning environment (Huda et al., 2018). All such these have been adopted with their unique enlargement towards building the strategy development amidst the IR40. Among such number of contributors applying for the initiatives, there has been a lack of special attention to propose the model of digital pedagogy with the instrumental design on providing the continued support of platform in enabling the teaching and learning performance can go smoothly within the online basis. As such, this article attempts to examine the main features of IR 4.0 in underlying the SLE to ensure the quality of OLR. Referring to the critical assessment of the number of works, the result will be given an opportunity to supply the framework of guideline of well-adapted performance in the learning enhanccement.

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