COVID - 19 and Online Teaching case study: Web Programming Course
This article aimed to explain situations of COVID-19 outbreak with online instruction and learning in the web programming course. The spreading of COVID-19 considerably affected educational system. Both learners and teachers have to adapt the teaching and learning from classroom to online learning, which composed of both advantages and limitations. Availability of computer equipment of the students, including the stability of the internet signal of both teachers and learners, there may be problems during the course. In the web programming course, the lecturer and students have discussed and adjusted an instructional and learning process in online platform instead by using main online learning applications such as Line, Zoom, YouTube and Google Classroom. Meanwhile, Camtasia Studio Program was employed by the lecturer to edit video clips in support of the instruction and Team Viewer Program was applied to access the computer of the learners when they had problems related to the programming and disruption during class. Although, the learner and the lecturer stayed in different places, online learning in the web programming course had no relatively obstacles during the course. Moreover, edited video clips could be provided and published on YouTube so that the students could access to learn anytime. From the results, the lecturer realized that the online learning process could solve educational issues during the COVID-19 outbreak and it was suitable for computer-based courses as well.