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The Possibility of E-Learning Methods in Replacing The Traditional Face to Face Education Learning Methods In New Phase of The Pandemic

Thu, 02 Jul 2020

            The concept of e-learning has been echoed all over the region concurrently with the pandemic that has inhibited various sectors in businesses, industries, services, including education. Hype towards educational reform from convention... Read More

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Going Cashless in the “New Normal”: Challenges for Indonesia’s SMEs

Thu, 02 Jul 2020

The “New Normal” for Indonesia’s Economy             Many decision-makers see the "New Normal" as a solution to solve the economic problems brought by the Covid-19 pandemic. This goes especially for Indonesia who e... Read More

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Twitter K-pop Stan Become The Unforeseen Ally to Black Live Matter: Is It The New Age of Digital Movement?

Thu, 02 Jul 2020

Opening Due to social and civil unrest within the US, protests, and riots have broken out all over the states. The catalyst for this massive social movement was caused by the murder of George Floyd by the hands of police officers' misconduct. Videos of George's last minutes were recorded ... Read More

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WhatsApp as a Platform for Islamic Education in Indonesia: Why is it an Option?

Mon, 15 Jun 2020

Social media have become increasingly integrated into common Indonesian lives. Based on the “We Are Social” report back in 2019, 150 million Indonesians are active social media users, which is around half of the population.[i] Out of all social media available for them, as a messenger, W... Read More

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Spiritual Utopia in the Virtual Space: Living in the Heavenly Second Live (SL)

Mon, 15 Jun 2020

“Have you ever dreamed of being able to be part of the full hajj experience without leaving your home? Staying where you were and simply gets to the IslamOnline.Net virtual room in Second Life![i]”   That is the opening of the most famous Islamic virtual room in Second Life (S... Read More

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The Rise of Religious Fundraising Through Digital Platform in The Midst of Pandemic

Mon, 15 Jun 2020

Based on the online census that taken period up to April 2020, Indonesia has approximately 270 millions population which is diversified into religions which have been acknowledged by the government, comprise in Islam, Protestant, Catholic, Hinduism, Buddhism, Confucianism[i]. With the majority of it... Read More