Academy of Strategic Management Journal (Print ISSN: 1544-1458; Online ISSN: 1939-6104)


Developing Instruments for Analyzing Online Learning During Covid-19 Pandemic Era in Higher Education

Author(s): Muhammad Roihan Nasution, M. Daud Batubara, Syamsiah Depalina Siregar, Dina Syarifah Nasution, Mukhlis Lubis, Nurintan Siregar, Eka Melati, Samsul Haq

Objectives: In higher education, developing a testing and instrumentation platform for online learning is significant during the Covid-19 era.

Methodology: Reserchers make use of the Colton and Covert model. Once the instrument had been developed, it was proved valid through two tests: Second, they asked experts in the field to provide information about the instrument. Third, a three-round Delphi study was done to collect target participants' opinions and feedback on the measuring device.

Result: Finally, the developed questionnaire and online learning software were compared to see if they could reproduce each other's functions. Four purposes of the existing tools included: to create online learning courses; to assess the capabilities of institutions; to evaluate their finished products and learning materials.

Conclusion: The instruments used in online learning are more extensive in the following six areas: Validation, adaptability, productivity, simplicity, trust, value, form, behavior, dynamism, robustness, and clarity.

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