Ary Fawzi, Taufiq Kurniawan, Roekhan Roekhan


The study aimed to gain an understanding of the perceptions, expectations, and constraints of students in the process and mechanism of online learning implementation to improve the quality of further learning. Data was collected by a semi-open questionnaire that was distributed via a google form to students who participated in online learning. Data were analyzed quantitatively and qualitatively. Quantitative analysis was used to describe student perceptions, while qualitative analysis was used to describe students' expectations and constraints in online learning. This analysis found that most of the students rated the implementation of online learning as quite good because it did not meet their expectations. Online learning was not entirely able to meet the academic, technical, and social-psychological needs expected by students. Students were constrained by communication network connections, clarity of learning materials, learning mechanisms, and learning implementation schedules. This finding was useful for lecturers who carry out online learning.

Keyword: student response, online learning, feedback, learning quality, language lectures

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