Exploration of Technology Transformation-Based Learning Experiences and Higher Education Leadership


  • Muh Tang S Universitas Kutai Kartanegara Tenggarong Kalimantan Timur, Indonesia
  • Zulkifli Zulkifli Sekolah Tinggi Teknologi Bontang, Indonesia
  • B.M.A.S. Anaconda Bangkara President University, Cikarang Bekasi, Indonesia
  • Maryam Maryam Universitas Kutai Kartanegara Tenggarong Kalimantan Timur, Indonesia
  • Dina Hajja Ristianti Institut Agama Islam Negeri Curup, Rejang Lebong Indonesia




Technology, Learning, Higher Education, Management, University


An overview of the management of technology-based higher education and digital applications in an era that is now increasingly developing is becoming a critical study. For this reason, we conducted several interviews with more of the supervisors at Bontang University. Then we also believe in studying some of the scientific evidence that has raised technology-based education in tertiary institutions, which we then examine by involving various techniques such as data coding, and in-depth data interpretation to get answers as valid and reliable study findings. After going through a series of discussions and reviewing the results of interviews and other scientific evidence, it can be concluded that a review of technology-based education governance is a critical study considering that there are still many universities that have not fully opened their doors to technology-based teaching for management reasons and other limitations. These findings will be valuable insights for developing similar research in the future.


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Muh Tang S, Universitas Kutai Kartanegara Tenggarong Kalimantan Timur, Indonesia

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How to Cite

Tang S, M., Zulkifli , Z. ., Bangkara, B. A. ., Maryam, M., & Hajja Ristianti, D. . (2023). Exploration of Technology Transformation-Based Learning Experiences and Higher Education Leadership. Tafkir: Interdisciplinary Journal of Islamic Education, 3(2), 181–197. https://doi.org/10.31538/tijie.v3i2.249