The relationship between online learning quality and student academic achievement during the Covid-19 pandemic within Jakarta Islamic university
Raihan, dan Untung Setiyo Purwanto
The Covid-19 pandemic has had a very serious impact on higher education institutions due to the absence of face-to-face learning. In order for the learning process to continue, many universities have changed the implementation of face-to-face learning into online learning. However, there are some parties argue that online learning effectiveness cannot replace face-to-face learning in its entirety. This study aims to examine the effect of online learning on student interest in learning for courses delivered online. The study used a questionnaire submitted online to students of Engineering Faculty of Jakarta Islamic University. The results support the hypothesis that in general the online learning model has a significant and positive influence on student interest in learning. In particular, this study found that delivery media, learning materials, and learning characteristics have different weights of influence on students' interest, attention, and involvement in the online learning process. The findings of this study have implications that lecturers must develop their creativity in delivering learning materials in order to increase student interest in learning in courses delivered online.