Hybrid Learning Now Taking Place at UHW Perbanas
Even semester lectures for the 2021-2022 academic year at the University of Hayam Wuruk Perbanas have been held in Hybrid Learning. This has taken into account the status of Surabaya City Community Activity Restrictions (PPKM) being at level 1. In addition, based on Circular Number 2417/Ed.10000/02/22 concerning Regulation of Campus Activities for Even Semesters of the Academic Year 2021-2022 at University of Hayam Wuruk Perbanas, lectures can be carried out according to health protocols.
One of the lecturers of the Bachelor of Accounting study program at the Faculty of Economics and Business, Nuraini Rohkmania, S.E., Ak., M.Ak., CA., stated that Hybrid Learning was carried out well by him and the students. When teaching the Accounting Practice 2 class FA class, she was able to explain various materials smoothly without any problems like before the covid-19 pandemic.
“During hybrid learning, children feel exciting. In fact, even though some are at home, they also continue to communicate with those in class, such as the accuracy of the presentation and the parts that need to be clarified again," Nuraini said after teaching on Tuesday (12/4).
Then, in terms of the facilities, the devices used for hybrid learning are already good. It's just that he needs to get used to operating the device properly so that the material is well received by students.
She also hopes that in the near future there will be simultaneous offline outreach. This is because the courses taught by him are more firmly held face-to-face in class. "Hopefully we will soon carry out offline lectures for all of them,"
Similar learning activities were also carried out by the UHW Perbanas Faculty of Engineering and Design. As done by Lecturers of the Bachelor of Information Systems study program who are compact in living it. Laqma Dica Fitrani, S.Kom., M.MT., one of the local lecturers said that she was happy because starting the fifth week of lectures, she could undergo Hybrid Learning.
"Alhamdulillah, I'm glad that in the fifth week we have finally started the hybrid class. Hopefully, fellow students will be more enthusiastic and comfortable in learning", said Laqma after the lecture.
She also hopes that the current lecture program will provide good benefits for students. "I hope that this hybrid implementation can be used by students as well as possible, for example getting to know each other with students and lecturers, and having direct discussions with lecturers if they have difficulty understanding the material being taught", she hoped. (eko/hms)