Student’s Evaluation on the Use of Learning Media During Pandemic


This research aims to find out student assessments of the learning media used during the Covid-19 pandemic. We tested several learning media used, first is the WhatsApp group, zoom, and Learning Management System (LMS) used by campus. Descriptive statistic from 616 people (24.28% were male), we found that the use of text-based synchronus learning media was more desirable than the use of existing video or LMS. Positive ratings are mainly on the frequent use, effectiveness, flexibility, speed, and cheap. However, in terms of interactive abilities, clarity of information, and fun media, google meet combination with zoom better than other media trough synchrous audio-video communcation. In other hand, Campus’s LMS were lowest on mostly dimentions that used in this research.

Keywords: LMS, effectiveness, pandemic

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