A Literature Review of E-Learning Technology in Higher Education
The increase in the use of E-learning during the COVID-19 pandemic as a consequence of the call for Work From Home (WFH) is increasingly massive. In contrast to regular times, E-learning during the COVID-19 pandemic depends on available home resources. Technology plays an essential role in supporting the implementation of e-learning which must consider the resources available at home. This research is a systematic literature review using database sources from ScienceDirect and Emerald. The inclusion criteria are research that discusses e-learning in higher education during the COVID-19 pandemic (2019-2020) from a computer science perspective. An exclusion criterion is research examining e-learning in higher education from sources outside ScienceDirect. The search results from ScienceDirect obtained 518, and Emerald got 66 relevant articles. The next stage is reviewing abstracts and titles that focus on technology in e-learning on the lecturer and student side; We obtained 23 articles and then checked them in full text. This literature study shows that technology as a support for e-learning systems during the COVID-19 period in universities needs to consider the resources available at home, namely infrastructure and applications for students and teachers, for future work in the research of friendly e-learning technology to the availability of resources at home.