Software Development Blended Learning Support in the Mathematical Economics Courses

  • Yunia Mulyani Azis
  • Enjang Akhmad Juanda


This research aims to (1) the development of blended learning model of learning software based websites, and (2) look for
the exact composition of the allocation of time between online learning and face -to-face learning, so implementation of
blended learning can be run with the maximum so that improve learning outcomes. Supporting applications that are used
in the manufacture of the website are (1) XAMPP (X-MySQPL-Apache-PHP-Perl) is a software that serves as a standalone

server (local host), (2) Php Storm is paid code editor that supports PHP (including the latest versions and
framework), HTML, JavaScript, CSS, Sass, Less, CoffeeScript and many more, and (3) Google Chrome. Development
research is done through the creation of teaching materials through the website, while the experimental research done
through the provision of pre-test and post-test before the experiments were carried out after the experiment is performed.
Subjects of this study were students of STIE EKUITAS Bandung. The research method is done by means of qualitative
interviews to students to find out what they think about learning blended learning. The conclusion of thi s study were (1)
the development of blended learning students' interest, and (2) a composition of 70% to 30% of online learning and face to-face
learning can improve student learning outcomes is significant.