Shopyan Jepri Kurniawan, Muhammad Nur Wangid, Agus Supriyanto


The Covid-19 pandemic (CV-19-P) has significantly impacted various international educations, including education in Indonesia. The CV-19-P in Indonesia has also changed multiple performances in multiple sectors: education in post-CV-19-P conditions. Online and offline learning is a solution even though there has been a learning loss for students. The research goal is to identify students’ satisfaction (SS) with BL-M applying to university. A quantitative survey research approach was used, with a random sampling of 135 students from Indonesia who have experienced the impact of the CV-19-P. The instrument uses a satisfaction scale with the blended learning method. Students view blended learning during and after the CV-19-P with satisfied average criteria. The Ministry needs to create innovative and creative blended learning strategies collaborating with universities in Indonesia. The blended learning strategy can give students enthusiasm.


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