Islamic university students’ voices on online learning during Covid-19 Pandemic

Rahayu, Mundi and Mediyansyah, Mediyansyah (2021) Islamic university students’ voices on online learning during Covid-19 Pandemic. Presented at ICONETOS 2020 – the International Conference on Engineering, Technology and Social Science, 31 October 2020, LP2M UIN Maulana Malik Ibrahim Malang.

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Abstract

Covid-19 health protocols aimed at preventing the spread of the novel Corona virus have changed many ways of our life, including teaching learning process. Teachers and students are encouraged to be computer and digitally literate, due to online teaching learning processes. The online teaching learning process drives people to make adaptation and innovation to reach the learning goals. Under this context, the important issue that should be addressed is students’ readiness to access the online learning. The present article is aimed at explaining the UIN Malang students’ opinion on online learning process, from the students’ point of views. This is qualitative research and the data are collected through online questionairs filled by students. The students in this research are those attending the Cultural Studies class in the last semester, at the beginning of pandemic (March-May 2020). The writers argue that students are the subject of learning process so that students’ agency is determining factor that foster the success of learning process. The data show that students took great efforts to have online classes. The opinion can be defined from the ability to attend the online class, the ability to understand the materials provided through online class, identifying the strength and weaknesses of the online class, and show different level of confidence in comprehending the subject. There are at least two factors affecting the students’ success in online learning, cultural and economic factors.

Item Type: Conference (Paper)
Keywords: confidence, online class, opinion, pandemic, UIN students
Subjects: 20 LANGUAGE, COMMUNICATION AND CULTURE > 2099 Other Language, Communication and Culture
Divisions: Faculty of Humanities > Department of English Language and Letters
Depositing User: Dr Mundi Rahayu
Date Deposited: 05 May 2021 11:05

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