Synchronous or asynchronous? Various online learning platforms studied in Indonesia 2015-2020

P. M. Setiadi, D. Alia, S. Sumardi, R. Respati, L. Nur

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Abstract

Online learning occupies an important position as an indicator of improving the quality of learning in Indonesia. This paper aims to identify the online learning platform studied in Indonesia in 2015-2020. This is to determine the potential for developing the quality of online learning in Indonesia. There are 178 articles studied in this paper as research population using systematic literature review method. Systematic literature review method is used to list, filter, classify, and identify learning approaches that used in each learning platform. This study used secondary data from the IOP database, especially for articles conducted in Indonesia in 2015-2020. It was found that asynchronous online learning is more widely used about 68 articles. Meanwhile, there are 57 research conducted without specific learning approach. Also, the number of research on online learning conducted in Indonesia is increased by 178 articles in total during 2015-2020. The most widely studied platforms in Indonesia were Edmodo, Moodle, MOOC, and Google Classroom. However, there are tendencies that social media which are not learning platform are treated like learning platforms. This has implications for educators' to apply online learning using various forms of media and platforms, so that it is starting to be widely accepted.

Original languageEnglish
Article number012016
JournalJournal of Physics: Conference Series
Volume1987
Issue number1
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 4 Aug 2021
Event2020 Seminar on Advances in Mathematics, Science, and Engineering for Elementary Schools, SAMSES 2020 - Jawa Barat, Indonesia
Duration: 8 Oct 2020 → …

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