An analysis on the needs assessment of online learning program in Faculty of Engineering, Universitas Negeri Padang
Keywords:Needs Assessment, Vocational Education, E-learning, COVID-19
The current learning paradigm is orientated to the XXI century learning and the development of the 4.0 Industrial Revolution. It is relevant to the emergence of the COVID-19 outbreak and the new normal era. Therefore, the learning is held online. To conduct online learning, it needs a good readiness from educational institutions, teaching, e-learning quality, infrastructure, and so on to support the online learning implementation. The significance of this study was to analyze the needs for indicators of online learning instruments to know the weakness and the strength levels of each required indicator and the accuracy of instruments for online learning assessment conducted later. This study aimed to analyze the needs assessment for the online learning program during the COVID-19 pandemic. This study was done by conducting a survey. The sample consisted of students and lecturers in 6 study programs in the Faculty of Engineering, Universitas Negeri Padang. The data collection instrument was questionnaires. Data analysis was conducted descriptively. The result showed that the required indicators for assessment started from the design of the e-learning management system technology provider and then followed by teaching staff.
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