Online learning in the time of crisis technologization of higher education during Covid-19 pandemic

Muassomah, Muassomah ORCID:, Khonsa, Nabila Nur, Nafisah, Hidayatun and Radiamoda, Anwar M. (2023) Online learning in the time of crisis technologization of higher education during Covid-19 pandemic. Presented at The 4th Annual International Conference on Language, Literature and Media (AICOLLIM 2022), 21-22 Sep 2022, Malang, Indonesia.

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The spread of the Covid-19 Pandemic, which has moved educational spaces from campus to home, has forced the reorientation of the teaching and learning process from lecturer-oriented to technology-oriented. Educational technologization is becoming a new chapter in the relationship between lecturers and students due to physical and social distancing policies. This paper aims to show the effect of using technology on the relationship between lecturers and students, besides testing whether educational transformation, as shown by various studies, is successfully placing students as active and independent learners. The study used a qualitative method, which was conducted at a university in the city of Malang, Indonesia. Respondents who were involved in collecting interview data included lecturers and students. Data collection used google forms and online interviews via WA and Zoom. Research findings show that online learning policies have given birth to psychological stress for lecturers and students, not by accessibility and technological literacy factors, but by the mental barrier for lecturers and students. Technology has been perceived as a process that takes the rights and authority of lecturers in transferring knowledge to students. At the same time, students do not have the awareness and mental readiness to take an active position and be independent in the learning process. Technology has not been a possible possibility for the convenience and advancement of education.

Item Type: Conference (Paper)
Keywords: online learning; higher education; technologization in education; mental barrier; lecturer–student relations
Subjects: 20 LANGUAGE, COMMUNICATION AND CULTURE > 2003 Language Studies > 200399 Language Studies not elsewhere classified
Divisions: Faculty of Humanities > Department of Arabic Language and Letters
Depositing User: Muassomah Muassomah
Date Deposited: 20 Mar 2023 10:19


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