THE CHALLENGES OF IMPLEMENTING E-LEARNING FOR HIGHER EDUCATION STUDENTS AND LECTURERS
The use of E-Learning in the process of learning English is very useful for stakeholders, especially lecturers and students. But on Lecturers and students often experience difficulties in its use both from a technical and non-technical side. The aim of this study to evaluate the challenges faced by EFL lecturers and students and how they face the challenge. To solve the problem, this study uses a case study. This study involved 244 students and 12 lecturers to fill out the questionnaire and five of them interviewed. To collect questionnaire data, researchers used Google form while for interviewing respondents, researchers carry out it in a manner online using the zoom app. After getting data, result Questionnaires were processed using IBM SPSS software and interview results qualitatively described. The results of the research show that the constraints of lecturers include lack of time to develop E-Learning content, inability to optimally utilize E-Learning features, problems in lecturer-student interaction, poor internet connection, and lack of student motivation. Meanwhile, student challenges include a lack of devices to access E-Learning, a lack of motivation, technical problems, and E-Learning feature barriers. It can be concluded that lecturers and students face challenges both technically and non-technically in the use of eLearning. The implication, apart from all the challenges faced, lecturers and students are required to be able to adapt to the E-Learning environment in order to facilitate the learning process carried out online.
Challenges, E-Learning, Higher Education