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Published: 07 November 2022

Online Learning Participation after the Covid-19 Pandemic in Sikka Regency, Eastern Indonesia

Marianus Yufrinalis, Sri Sulistyaningsih Natalia Daeng Tiring

Nusa Nipa University, Indonesia

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10.31014/aior.1993.05.04.580

Pages: 136-145

Keywords: Student's Participation, Online Learning, Covid-19 Pandemic

Abstract

The Covid-19 pandemic has brought major changes in the world of education in Indonesia. The impact caused by this pandemic has led the Indonesian nation to the introduction of civilization or a new era related to mastering communication and information technology through the application of online learning. However, people's readiness to adopt new technologies and apply them in online learning has become an obstacle in itself during the pandemic until now. The purpose of this study is to describe the level of student participation during the pandemic related to the use of online learning technology. This research uses qualitative descriptive methods and emphasizes data collection through interviews, observations and documentation studies. The results showed that the low level of student participation in adopting online learning technology, students were not prepared for changes in application-based online learning technology, lack of digital literacy, lack of income for economic needs, and student mentality. Based on these findings, it can be concluded that the unstable economic conditions of the community during the pandemic have caused students' unpreparedness in accepting online learning models through modern learning applications on the internet, the mentality of students who are unwilling to accept changes, and the adaptation to the use of online learning technology.

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