The study of readiness full online learning caused by COVID-19 on undergraduate students
The rapid spread of COVID-19 forced almost all education in Indonesia to use full online learning. One of the problems faced by education in Indonesia is the readiness to anticipate the impact of this pandemic, of course, with the fully online learning model. Therefore, this study examines the readiness for institutions to deal with in terms of applying technology, learning about the preparedness of lecturers in using e-learning tools, students' preparation in accepting subject matter, and their feelings related to learning comfortable in conditions of spreading this virus. This study uses qualitative methods, where researchers conduct in-depth interviews with participants associated with this phenomenon. Participants came from several tertiary institutions in Indonesia, particularly in the city of Jakarta and surrounding areas that are in the red zone. Based on the results, institutions play an important role in pursuing technology transfer from face to face to fully online learning. Institutional readiness in providing training to lecturers is a benchmark of success in the process of using full online learning. For some institutions whose technology level is still low, the problem faced is that there are still many lecturers who do not understand the application. Then, students find it difficult to adapt because they feel a lot of assignments from each lecturer, and there is anxiety with the increasing virus day by day.