English Learning Management System (ELMS) in the post-pandemic era: Comparative study

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(1) * Esti Junining   
Universitas Brawijaya

(2)  Herawati   
Universitas Brawijaya

(3)  Nuria Setiarini   
Universitas Brawijaya

(*) Corresponding Author


In  the  post-pandemic  era,  virtual  English  educational  environments  are  replacing the role of traditional classroom instruction. Due to the technological revolution and the COVID-19 pandemic,  English  learning  has  evolved  considerably  in  recent decades in educational parties at the higher education levels in Indonesia, especially English Language  Teaching, have offered  various new options. ELMS is referred to as  a  program  that  may  optimize  the  ease  of  English  learning  while  promoting sustainable  learning  at  home,  particularly  for  lecturers  who  must  provide  English teaching-learning  during  the  challenging  periods  of  the  COVID-19  pandemic. Existing previous studies confirmed that acceptance of the ELMS in higher education may vary  from  one  country  to  another.  This paper  attempted  to  answer  questions dealing with students’ engagement in learning and the usage of ELMS in Indonesia compared  to  other  countries.  The  study  surveys  online  polling  and  measures  their acceptance  and  preference  of  ELMS  in  Indonesian  higher  education.  The  findings showed  that  as  a  sustainability  program  in  higher  education,  ELMS  had  favorable impacts during the COVID-19 outbreak and was recognized as user-friendly.


  • An English Learning Management System (ELMS) is a platform designed to facilitate
    the teaching and learning of the English language.

  • This research compares the use of ELMS in four continents namely Asia, Europe, America
    and Middle East

  • There is no big difference of the use of ELMS in post-pandemic eras



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Junining, E., Herawati, & Setiarini, N. (2024). English Learning Management System (ELMS) in the post-pandemic era: Comparative study. JEES (Journal of English Educators Society), 9(1), 22-27. https://doi.org/10.21070/jees.v9i1.1801
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Author Biographies

Esti Junining, Universitas Brawijaya

Dr Esti Junining is an English Language Teaching lecturer in Universitas Brawijaya, having interest in
applied linguistics and translation research. Research Grant from SEAMEO RELC, Singapore in 2011
and Doctoral Sandwich Program di OHIO State University (OSU), Columbus, USA, in 2012 were
achieved when she pursued her Doctoral Degree. Some books that have been published are
Membaca Kritis Membaca Kreatif in 2017, Strategi dan Kiat Praktis Penerjemahan in 2018 granted
by UB Press, and Kids Picture Dictionary was published by Elex Media Komputindo in 2020.

Herawati, Universitas Brawijaya

Prof. Dr. Med. Vet. Herawati, M.P is a lecturer of Faculty of Veterinary Medicine in Universitas
Brawijaya. Her research interest is on animal nutrition with a lot of publication and scientific
activities on animal nutrition and slaughter certification.

Nuria Setiarini, Universitas Brawijaya

Nuria Setiarini, S.Pd.,M.Li is an English lecturer at Faculty of Cultural Studies Universitas Brawijaya.
She has research interest in English Language Teaching and Applied Linguistics. Some publications on
articles and books are already published national and internationally.


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