COMPARISON OF THE USE OF ZOOM AND WHATSAPP APPLICATION IN ONLINE LEARNING TO SELF-EFFICACY

Andy Sapta

Abstract


This research was motivated by the Covid-19 pandemic that hit Indonesia. This Pademi makes face-to-face learning into online learning. This study aimed to determine the comparison of the self-efficacy of students who learn online using the zoom application and the WhatsApp application. This study's population was STMIK Royal students in the Information Systems study program who took the Statistics course. The research samples were 5A grade students (learning using the zoom application) and 5B grade students (learning using Whatsapp application). The results showed that the use of the zoom application in online learning was better than using the WhatsApp group application in increasing student learning self-efficacy.

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.33330/icossit.v1i1.772

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