E-Learning experience during Covid-19 Pandemic in Multimedia University
Every industry has been effected during this pandemic period and it affect in every other aspect even in a student life. Covid-19 impact is outrageous in Malaysia and there is no exception to our students in Multimedia University. E-learning has massive benefit for students but it also has disadvantage in between. The spirits among students are faded during online classes due they are having a difficulty in consulting their problems. Students having difficulty in consulting with their lecturer during this pandemic. The main aim of this paper is to study how the e-learning concept suitable for our students and lecturers during the Covid 19 pandemic. Qualitative approach was used in this study. About 20 students from Faculty of Informatics, Multimedia University were selected randomly from the classes to participate in this interview. Major findings of this study are the limitations, the challenges that the students were facing and the disadvantages of e learning. The findings were categorized according to the SWOT (strength, weakness, opportunities and threats) analysis which covers every perspective in learning.
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