Uniska Kediri Postgraduate Program Lecturers and Students' Perceptions of Online Learning in the Era of the Covid-19 Pandemic

  • Awab Abdullah Faculty of Letter, S2 Keguruan Bahasa, State University of Malang, Indonesia
  • M. Arif Hakim Fakultas Hukum Keluarga Islam, Pasca IAIN Kediri, Indonesia

Abstract

During the Covid-19 pandemic, educators and students will need a variety of options, including online learning. For teachers and students, the number of applications that can be utilized as a means of online learning, such as Zoom Meeting, Google Meet, and others, is new. This new experience will gradually change how people think about online learning. 1) How do students see learning exchanges between students and students, as well as students and lecturers, in this article? 2) What are lecturers' and students' perspectives on the learning environment in online learning? With the problem's formulation, 1) Describe the perceptions of students about online learning from their interactions between students and students, and interactions between lecturers and students during the online learning process. 2) Describe the perceptions of lecturers and students about the online learning environment. This study uses a quantitative descriptive approach with questionnaires and interviews as a data collection tool and SPSS as a data analysis tool. From the data analysis, it was found that there was a positive perception of online learning in the Postgraduate Program at UNISKA Kediri from the lecturers and students. This can be used as a reference for further research to improve this research.

Published
2022-01-12
How to Cite
ABDULLAH, Awab; HAKIM, M. Arif. Uniska Kediri Postgraduate Program Lecturers and Students' Perceptions of Online Learning in the Era of the Covid-19 Pandemic. Prosiding Seminar, [S.l.], p. 94-106, jan. 2022. ISSN 2715-713X. Available at: <https://proceeding.pascauniska.ac.id/index.php/prosidingseminar/article/view/51>. Date accessed: 29 june 2022. doi: https://doi.org/10.32503/prosidingseminar.v0i0.51.