Students’ Perspectives In Online Learning; Descriptive Study On Students Of The Faculty Of Tarbiyah And Teacher Science At Unisnu Jepara

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Santi Andriyani, Nusrotus Sa’idah, Hayu Dian Yulistianti, Abdulloh Hamid, Yushinta Eka farida


The emergence of the Covid-19 pandemic has a huge impact on all aspects of life, including education. Distance learning or also known as online learning is an effort to break the chain of transmission of the outbreak. The purpose of this study is to determine the responses of students from the Faculty of Tarbiyah and Teacher Training, UNISNU Jepara in online learning. This type of research is a quantitative descriptive study with survey data collection. This study used a questionnaire distributed via Google form to students. The results of this study were; 1) students with an average of 32% understood how to recognize mobile learning when they started learning in university, learn to understand features before and after learning and understood the use of mobile learning with existing features; 2) There were only 21% of respondents were skilled enough to use the features in mobile learning in completing tasks correctly; 3) students assumed that the use of various features in online learning this time has not been optimal with a result of 19%; 4) respondents quite agree with the statement "the existence of mobile learning is very useful in learning" the percentage on this indicator is 30%.

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