Factors of Post-Digital Education Shaping Future Filmmakers: A Study of Social-Technological Approach of Film Learning Process

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Annita1, Yosef Budi Susanto2

 

Abstract

Since January 2022, the Indonesian government has allowed educational institutions to do on-site learning. The teaching-learning process returns to the regular face-to-face after three years of online education. For many, returning to traditional learning instruction brings relief because this type ensures live in-person communications. However, the comfort of online learning has caused learners and teachers to be hesitant to return to class. Combined with the issues of the necessity of technology used and the nature of film education, these have become a considerable concern for filmmakers since the heart of the film is collaborative production. This study aims to find factors of post-digital education that will shape future filmmakers. This research uses a simple, grounded theory approach. The result shows that socio-technological factors such as people (technology readiness, social engagement, etc.), process, and technology, have an impact on the effectiveness of producing good film graduates, as the expected learning outcome (ELO). The data was gathered through a literature review and in-depth interviews with related sources.  

Keywords: post-digital education, filmmakers

 

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