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Publication . Article . 2021

The perspective of geography education students on the implementation of online learning during covid-19 pandemic

Karunia Puji Hastuti; Parida Angriani; Eva Alviawati; Deasy Arisanty;
Open Access
Published: 01 May 2021 Journal: IOP Conference Series: Earth and Environmental Science, volume 747, page 12,012 (issn: 1755-1307, eissn: 1755-1315, Copyright policy )
Publisher: IOP Publishing
Abstract
Abstract The spread of the COVID -19 outbreak does not only have an impact on social and economic aspects. The education process in schools and universities has also been severely affected by this outbreak. To overcome the obstacles in the educational process, concrete solutions are needed. One solution is to implement an online learning system by utilizing existing technology. The purpose of this research was to analyze an overview of the implementation of online learning in the Geography Education Department, LambungMangkurat University. This research used the qualitative method. The research subjects are Geography Education students, Lambung Mangkurat University who take online learning. Data collection through in-depth interviews using the google meet application. Data analysis used interactive analysis by Miles and Huberman. The results showed: students already have basic facilities to participate in online learning; implementation of online learning has flexibility in time and motivates students to be independent and learn more actively; the implementation of online learning can anticipate the spread of COVID-19 in the campus environment because it automatically implements social and physical distancing; The challenges involved in implementing online learning are the cost of buying an internet quota and no internet network (especially in rural areas). The outcomes of this research encourage the emergence of social distancing behavior and minimize the possibility of a crowd of students on campus.
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Microsoft Academic Graph classification: Perspective (graphical) Social distance Data collection Flexibility (personality) Rural area Public relations business.industry business The Internet Distancing Sociology Process (engineering)

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