Understanding Islamic Philosophy in the Context of Interactive Technologies: A Study on Students' Views from CTU552-EAC
Keywords:Accessibility, central platform, Islamic philosophy, CTU552-EAC, Education 5.0
Globalization has seen the development of education systems following current trends, which is a major challenge for today's generation. The spread of technology has led to digital information storage compared to the former educational environment, which preferred face-to-face education. Consequently, interactive platforms have been developed to facilitate access to information on the philosophy of the subject and current issues on student websites. The objective of the study is to examine students' perceptions of the need to manage unorganized CTU552 learning materials in the Segamat Johor UiTM. The study analyzes the students' views on the CTU552-EAC to understand Islamic philosophy. Through this platform, students can easily and quickly access all information about course codes, save time for students and teachers, and help them through interactive online games. This study uses SPSS quantitative methods on 93 students before using CTU552-EAC and 287 students after using this platform. The research investigates the reactions of undergraduates to slides, videos, and online philosophy games using CTU552-EAC. The results showed that students using CTU552's online games helped them to consider and understand knowledge carefully, especially Islamic epistemology, Islam's human concept, and metaphysics. The central platform supports the understanding of Islamic thought in the context of digital technologies and helps students to gain deeper insight into their faith and teachings.
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