Utilization of Various Disruptive Community Learning Resources for the Covid-19 Period in the Perspective of Life Based Learning

Hardika Hardika, Eny Nur Aisyah, R. Anggia Listyaningrum

Abstract


This study aims (1) to analyze the use of various disruptive community learning resources during the Covid-19 period in terms of characteristics, levels, and types of learning resources used by lecturers in lectures, and (2) to find out the differences in the use of various disruptive community learning resources during the Covid-19 period between fields of science at Universitas Negeri Malang. The research approach used quantitative with an ex post facto design. The respondents of this research were 393 students of Universitas Negeri Malang from eight faculties. The data was collected through a closed questionnaire distributed through the Google Form application technology. Data analysis was performed by using percentage description statistics and different tests of the use of learning resources between the sciences, social humanities, and engineering. The results of the analysis show that (1) the characteristics, levels, and types of disruptive community learning resources in the Covid-19 era used by lecturers in lectures vary widely, (2) there are significant differences in the use of various disruptive community learning resources during the Covid-19 period between science and social humanities students, and engineering.

Keywords


Community Learning Resources; Fields of Science; Life Based Learning

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