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Students’ Dimensions toward the Usage of Technology Medium in Qiraat Course during Covid-19: An Analysis on Students of Darul Quran, JAKIM

Publication Date Jun 16, 2022

Abstract

The world was recently put to the test by the covid-19 outbreak, the impacts of which are still being felt today. Apart from the economics, the pandemic has ramifications in areas such as medical and health, community social, tourism and travel, psychology and mental health, as well as laying apparent impacts on education and higher education sectors. Face-to-face teaching and learning methods for qiraat courses are being switched online or virtually. The emergence of the Covid-19 virus appears to be pressuring the global community, including Malaysia, to incorporate digital technology more broadly, resulting in a digital explosion in Malaysia. Hence, this study aims to investigate the dimensions of students on the usage of technology medium in qiraat course during COVID-19, with a focus on students in Darul Quran, JAKIM. This study is a qualitative study in the form of a case study through focus group discussions (FGD) since it meets the objectives of the study. According to the findings of the study, there are four themes that serve as the foundation for analysing the usage of technology among students in Darul Quran during COVID-19, with Google Meet serving as the technological medium of choice for students in their TnL sessions. Keywords: Students’ Dimensions; Technology medium; qiraat; Covid-19; Darul Quran JAKIM (DQ).

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Usage Of Technology
Focus Group Discussions
Covid-19 Outbreak
Emergence Of Virus
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Usage Of Medium
Mental Health
Qualitative Study
Psychology Health

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