Undergraduates Academic Performance on Digital Curation in Open Distance Learning (ODL) during COVID-19


  • Nik Rozilaini Wan Mohamed Faculty of Hotel and Tourism Management, UiTM Cawangan Melaka
  • Dziauddin Sharif Academy of Contemporary Islamic Studies, UiTM Cawangan Melaka




Digital Curation Contents, Open Distance Learning, Engagement Theory, Students Achievement


The main objective of this study to define the curation contents as a new mechanism in teaching during Covid 19 in Open Distance Learning (ODL) and forecast precondition of new generation way of learning and as alternative methods in delivering information and knowledge. The goal of this investigate is to interpret the curation cast by assembly “digital teaching displays” in an Open Distance Learning provided during study from home, the theory of engagement been used which have five items; behaviour engagement, cognitive engagement, emotional engagement, and agentic engagement that considered the students’ academic accomplishment. The research respondents were first year semester diploma students from Universiti Teknologi MARA Melaka and 85 students willing to participate with purposive sampling method technique which apply judgment to participate in the study. The quantitative will be executed for the data, the study framework was assessed by utilizing Smart PLS 3.0 (Partial Least Squares Structural Equation). The expected research states a categorization contained in the curation contents, to improve students’ commitments in education. The discovery offers to the educational structure a valuable input while producing an actual learning familiarity where expertise knowledgeable can be 'planned' to assist students. The finding strengthens the newest generation students’ understanding which demand individual and outgoing skills, e.g., cognitive, and meta-cognitive skills from a personal and community point of view.




How to Cite

Wan Mohamed, N. R., & Sharif, D. (2022). Undergraduates Academic Performance on Digital Curation in Open Distance Learning (ODL) during COVID-19. Journal of Academic Library Management (AcLiM), 2(1), 1–13. https://doi.org/10.24191/aclim.v2i1.16