PEMANFAATAN MEDIA DARING BERBASIS eXe LEARNING YANG MENDUKUNG PEMBELAJARAN JARAK JAUH BAGI PENDIDIK/GURU DI SD MUHAMMADIYAH PAHANDUT PALANGKA RAYA

  • Mukhlis Rohmadi IAIN Palangka Raya
  • Nurul Septiana IAIN Palangka Raya
  • Pertiwi Adi Puji Astuti IAIN Palangka Raya
Keywords: Online Media, Distance Learning, eXe Learning

Abstract

The Covid-19 pandemic is forcing all fields to make habit changes. This condition has a shocking impact on everyone, including in the field of education. Teachers and students are surprised because they interact directly in the teaching and learning process; now, they must carry out distance learning. One of those affected was SD Muhammadiyah Pahandut Palangka Raya. In this school, teachers have not been able to use information technology-based media optimally, so it is necessary to provide training and assistance in using online media in distance learning. The application used for this training and mentoring is eXe Learning. This application does not require a deeper understanding of programming languages ​​because it is effortless to use. The training and mentoring carried out received positive appreciation from educators. The result of this training and mentoring is the creation of a website http://learning.sdmp.sch.id. In addition to conducting training and mentoring, the Team also carried out monitoring to determine the response from the School Committee, Parents, and Students. The monitoring results show that in terms of appearance or interface, changes still need to be made and hope for development related to the learning web content. But overall, the School Committee, Parents, and Students positively responded to the eXe Learning-based learning web that the Teacher created.

Published
2022-06-08
How to Cite
Mukhlis Rohmadi, Nurul Septiana, & Astuti, P. A. P. (2022). PEMANFAATAN MEDIA DARING BERBASIS eXe LEARNING YANG MENDUKUNG PEMBELAJARAN JARAK JAUH BAGI PENDIDIK/GURU DI SD MUHAMMADIYAH PAHANDUT PALANGKA RAYA . Batuah: Jurnal Pengabdian Kepada Masyarakat, 2(1), 13-23. https://doi.org/10.33654/batuah.v2i1.1437
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