Building plurality and unity for various religions in the digital era: Establishing Islamic values for Indonesian students

Syarif Syarif


With the all-encompassing pace of development in communication and information technology, the planet is constantly changing over time, yet the gap between the rich and the poor is widening. This study employs a quasi-experimental research design to assess the effectiveness of transmitting Islamic values through an e-learning platform. Teaching moral values is believed to be an important part of education in Islam. The components of the syllabic formal education slowly impart information for the development of character. With the busy schedules of the individuals involved, the roles of family and the community in molding personalities is declining. The remaining hope for this country rests with teaching through an e-learning platform, but optimism is low due to the physical absence of a teacher. In contrast, this short report shows that using an e-learning platform with the integration of Islamic values can be effective for enhancing students’ attitudes toward Islamic values. It also suggests an ICT-based model could help to define the development of Muslim students through an e-learning environment.



Information and communication technologies; e-learning platform; Islamic ethical values

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