Distance Collaborative Learning Model as a Solution for Developing 4.0 Literacy Competencies in The Post-Pandemic Era


  • Dianna Ratnawati Universitas Sarjanawiyata Tamansiswa
  • Setuju
  • Sigit Purnomo




Learning model, collaborative, distance, literacy competence


The literacy competency gap has emerged as a new problem in distance learning during the COVID-19 pandemic. The aims of this study are (1) to determine the types of learning media used to support distance collaborative learning, and (2) to examine the impact of the implementation of the distance learning model on data literacy, human literacy, and technological literacy competencies of students. This type of research is qualitative with a quantitative approach. The research subjects consisted of model lecturers and students from the Yogyakarta State University Mechanical Engineering Education Study Program and lecturers and students from the Mechanical Engineering Vocational Education Study Program at the Janawiyata Tamansiswa University. The research instrument used a questionnaire and structured interview guidelines. The results showed that there were similarities in the types of learning media used, namely zoom, google meet, google classroom, WhatsApp group, and youtube, while the differences were learning management systems, simulator applications, and augmented reality. With these diverse digital learning media, it has an impact on student literacy competence with the classification of the quality of data literacy competence in the enough category, human literacy competence in the good category, and the technological competence in the good category. Thus, it can be concluded that human resources in terms of lecturers are competent in using digital learning media, but the results of the implementation of distance learning models, especially student literacy competencies, still need to be further improved.


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How to Cite

Dianna Ratnawati, Setuju, & Sigit Purnomo. (2023). Distance Collaborative Learning Model as a Solution for Developing 4.0 Literacy Competencies in The Post-Pandemic Era. Pegem Journal of Education and Instruction, 14(1), 291–295. https://doi.org/10.47750/pegegog.14.01.34