Exploratory Study on the Online Learning Understanding Based on Movement and Condition in Sitting Position
Keywords:Orientation, Accelerometer, Sound Level, Hear Rate, Light of Intensity
This research study the relationship between the understanding of online learning during Movement Control Order (MCO) due to pandemic Covid-19 and the movement condition through the sensor’s parameters sensed by smartphone. The studies carried out to track the student’s movement and conditions in sitting position while online class conducted and collect the data recorded by using smartphone sensors. The Apps AndroSensor is used to measure the Light intensity (lux), Orientation (axis x, y and z), Sound Level (dB) and Heart Rate (bpm). The understanding of online learning is measured using survey and questionnaire. The respondents that involves on this research are consists from different universities. Multiple Linear Regression was used to conclude the relationship between the parameters and the understanding of online learning. Total 60 students were involved in this study. Students that are selected has followed the criteria needed which are height, weight and age.
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