A Reflection on the Online Lectures

https://doi.org/10.32996/ijllt.2020.3.9.20

Authors

  • Gracia M. N. Otta Lecturer of English Department of Nusa Cendana University, Kupang – East Nusa Tenggara

Keywords:

Online learning, Face-to-face learning, Students’ perceptions, students’ expectations, , Learning Management System (LMS)

Abstract

The phenomenon of Coronavirus Disease 2019 forced the education system in Indonesia to be run online. The descriptive qualitative method was usedin this research to investigate some cases faced by the Fourth Semester Students of the English Department, Nusa Cendana University toward online learning in Cross-Cultural Communication Lecture. It was conducted to answer students’ perceptions, solutions, and expectations in joining online lectures for the last three months in the Even Semester of Academic Year 2019-2020. To collect the data, and a non-facial interview technique was applied through some online Learning Management System; e-learning by Nusa Cendana University and Google Classroom. The data were analyzed by categorizing the students’ answers. The result of this study showed that11.43% were ready for online lectures, while those who prefer regular classes were 82.86%.Only 27.14% could meet the needs of online lectures since they had available mobile data, while 47.14% frankly stated having mobile data problem. It can be concluded that there were some changes in learning culture that forced students to deal with online teaching-learning activities. Undeniable, it was not easy to organize except well prepared from the very first beginning of class by having Course Contract which only needed to be changed into an online form. Yet, their expectations for universities and government to increase Learning Management System and subsidies for the needs of mobile data bundle (for teachers, lecturers, and students).

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Published

2020-09-30

How to Cite

Otta, G. M. N. . (2020). A Reflection on the Online Lectures. International Journal of Linguistics, Literature and Translation, 3(9), 203-208. https://doi.org/10.32996/ijllt.2020.3.9.20