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The Effect of Video Conference Learning and Video-Based Learning on Japanese Language Proficiency
Linda Unsriana, Timur Sri Astami, Hendy Reginald Cuaca Dharma

Last modified: 2021-06-09


The spread of the Covid 19 virus in various countries, including Indonesia, has made face-to-face teaching is difficult to implement. In a short time, schools and universities had to change their learning methods to online learning. Bina Nusantara University has prepared online learning models, such as Video Conference (VC), Video-based Learning (VBL), and discussion forum. VBL has been prepared before the lecture starts so that students can study the material first. With the VC model, Lecturers give lectures through the Zoom application. While the discussion forum is a means of discussion between lecturers and students through a system called Binusmaya. From these three learning models, researchers will focus on videoconferencing and video-based learning methods. This study aims to evaluate the two learning models regarding language proficiency skills. The research scope will be limited to the Japanese skills course at Bina Nusantara University. The data collection method in this study used aquestionnaire with a 5-point Likert scale. Furthermore, the results of the existing questionnaire will be analyzed by quantitative methods using Lisrel to find the benefits of learning with these two methods. . From the results of the evaluation, it was found that the video conferencing and video-based learning methods affected the Japanese Language Proficiency.


Online learning; video conferennce; video based learning; Japanese Skills