A Survey of the Online Learning Implementation During COVID-19 Outbreak
Keywords:case study, systematic review, online learning, COVID-19
This paper aim is to conduct a literature review of online learning implementation due to the impact of the COVID-19 outbreak. Specifically, the discussion will focus on the conditions of people, the facilities and technology used, and the process to support the success of online learning. The methodology of research adapted from systematic literature review method, namely PRISMA. As the result, we found as many 21 related works that explained people, technology and process aspect to implement online learning systems successfully. The main issues of online learning during COVID-19 is the availability of hardware (computer, phone, and so forth), software (Google Apps, Moodle, and so on) and internet connection. The list of tools recommendation for supporting activities of online learning is also discussed in this research.
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