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dc.contributor.advisorTanaamah, Andeka Rockyid
dc.contributor.authorKaiya, Ririt Yuniartinid
dc.description.abstractDevelopment of information technology is currently very rapidly and has become a major necessity in every good work by individuals and organizations. this was due to technological innovation information has been promoting the implementation of the work effectively and efficiently. Education and Youth and Sports Department of Salatiga use of information technology in their work activities.one implementation shown in the application acceptance of new students conducted online. The problem is until now not related to effectiveness evaluation calibration. therefore, the evaluation carried out by the Innovation and Diffusion Theory approach and data collection is done by qualitative methods. Five characteristics of IDT has made the registration process in the filter values more transparent and centralized but there are still obstacles that have strong influence among internet network infrastructure inadequate, lack of recognition and training intensive, and less attention to the needs of users of the system is an important aspect in optimizing the role of information technology in information systems acceptance of new learners.en_US
dc.description.urisudah dipublikasikan di SETISI MARANATHAid
dc.publisherProgram Studi Sistem Informasi FTI-UKSWid
dc.titleAnalisis Adopsi Inovasi Teknologi Informasi Menggunakan Innovation and Diffusion Theory (IDT) (Studi Kasus : PPDB Online Disdikpora Kota Salatiga)id
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