SCHOLARSHIP AND LOAN DASHBOARD DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM STUDY INFORMATICS UKDW
The head of the study program (kaprodi) has many tasks and responsibilities that must be done in academic activities. One of the tasks of the head of the study program is a report on the entire implementation of activities in a study program. For that, we need a system that can be used for daily operational activities and provide reports. A dashboard is an information panel display that is used in an organization to consider a problem making it easier for someone to make a decision. This study made a dashboard scholarship and loan design using the prototyping method. Prototyping is a software development method, which consists of a physical work system model and an initial version of the system.
(Ogedebe & Jacob, 2012). The results of the average task success testing in both iterations, namely 96.66 so that the system built can be said to be quite effective in displaying scholarship and loan information and easy to learn. Interface design evaluations were carried out using the System Usability Scale (SUS) for 5 respondents in each iteration and resulted in a SUS score of 75.2 in iteration I and 76.6 in iteration II. Based on these results, the average SUS score for both iterations is 75.9. Thus, the system interface is stated to be good with a grade scale of C value, adjective rating of Good value, and acceptability ranges are acceptable.
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