Physical Comfort of Student's Study Room

Febry Maharlika

ICOBEST 2021 - Digitalization and Opportunities in The Tough Time - ISBN 978-623-95562-1-1

Abstract

This study aims to describe the condition of the study room for Interior Design students at the Indonesian Computer University in terms of the physical comfort of the room. The COVID-19 pandemic has more or less had an impact on the world of education, especially on teaching and learning activities. Teaching and learning activities that are usually carried out face-to-face are now carried out online through video conferencing applications provided by several platforms. The change in the method of teaching and learning activities has caused a change in classrooms, which previously were facilitated by universities with the comfort of a conducive room, now students take part in teaching and learning activities in rooms that are individually conditioned. The method used is a quantitative method. Quantitative data was obtained from the distribution of questionnaires to students of the Unikom Interior Design Study Program from the 2018-2021 class as many as 65 students from a total of 177 students, then the data was processed using a Likert scale. From this research, data obtained that all aspects of the comfort of the physical space of the Interior Design Study Program students at sufficient intervals.

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