Student Learning Interest in Covid-19 Pandemic Age by Blended E-Learning (Asynchronous and Synchronous)

MISNAWATI, MISNAWATI and Sakkir, Geminastiti and Puspita, Nungky and Akbar, Zarina and Yusriadi, Yusriadi (2021) Student Learning Interest in Covid-19 Pandemic Age by Blended E-Learning (Asynchronous and Synchronous). Proceedings of the 11th Annual International Conference on Industrial Engineering and Operations Management. pp. 6330-6339.

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Learning during the COVID 19 pandemic that is mostly used by educators is online mixed learning, both synchronous and asynchronous. Synchronous learning is learning that is done both offline and online in real-time, and asynchronous learning is autonomous learning that takes place at various times. To increase student interest in learning during the COVID-19 pandemic, the author wants to explore further how blended learning at Sekolah Tinggi Ilmu Hukum Pengayoman Watampone is based on the learning conditions mentioned above. With a quantitative approach, this research uses descriptive analysis and verification methods. All students linked to the research were the population in this analysis, namely students from the 3rd semester of the 2019 class who had conducted blended e-learning with a sample selection technique, namely Saturated Sampling, in the second semester 2019 school year. The descriptive analysis uses scale analysis by Likert, while verification analysis uses basic linear regression test analysis. The descriptive analysis results show that the category of "high" perception has a value of 54.49. While the verification study findings, Blended E-Learning had a 69.2 percent impact on students' interest, and 30.8 percent was affected by other variables that were not tested. Keywords: E-Learning, Blended Learning, Synchronous, Asynchronous, Indonesia

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Depositing User: Farid Sehuddin
Date Deposited: 12 Apr 2023 04:08
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