Utilization of the MOOC IndonesiaX Application as an Online Learning Media


The challenge faced by educators in this contemporary era is finding suitable and effective ways to incorporate technology into classroom teaching. The purpose of this article is to offer an online learning approach using IndonesiaX learning media. This study uses a descriptive qualitative approach, with data analysis based on observations and recording of previously published articles. Findings and data from field studies in the information technology study program have been presented qualitatively. According to this study, the MOOC IndonesiaX application can be used as a media and online-based learning tool. The results of this study can be verified by looking at the learning conditions when using the Indonesia program, which can produce an engaging, entertaining, and relaxed atmosphere of social discussion between the two classrooms. Indonesia can be a practical and alternative choice in online lectures because the results of this study have practical benefits that educators and students in sharing information also feel.

Keywords: MOOC; IndonesiaX; Multimedia; Online Learning

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