@article{Prayogo_Supendi_Antoro_Huda_Fitrianingsih_Surjaman_Purwantono_Choeroni_Sugiyarto_2022_2, author = {Prayogo, Darul and Supendi, S. and Antoro, Dwi and Huda, Samsul and Fitrianingsih, Aryanti and Surjaman, Febria and Purwantono, P. and Choeroni, Muhammad and Sugiyarto, S.}, title = {Maritime Education after COVID-19 Era}, journal = {TransNav, the International Journal on Marine Navigation and Safety of Sea Transportation}, volume = {16}, number = {2}, pages = {227-231}, year = {2022}, url = {./Article_Maritime_Education_after_COVID-19_Prayogo,62,1214.html}, abstract = {The COVID-19 pandemic has very quickly changed various human behavior including the world of education. Maritime Education is one that feels the impact of the pandemic. Various Solutions in educational technology must be quickly adjusted to fill the gap and ensure learning is not disrupted. Although online learning is not new, with the pandemic can accelerate digital learning used to overcome and improve the quality of online learning. Article we want to convey our experience in organizing maritime education at the Semarang Shipping Science Polytechnic using case study techniques. The results of this study revealed that although online learning is very helpful for teaching and learning activities during the pandemic, it has not been able to replace practical learning. With the decline of Covid-19 pandemic cases in Indonesia, the author wants to make short-term breakthroughs and possible long-term solutions that can contribute to learning in the future. The use of learning recordings with simulators, practicum recordings and theoretical learning recordings is expected to help maritime learning in the future.}, doi = {10.12716/1001.16.02.04}, issn = {2083-6473}, publisher = {Gdynia Maritime University, Faculty of Navigation}, keywords = {Maritime Education and Training (MET), Maritime Education, Online Education, MET System in Indonesia, COVID-19 Pandemic, COVID-19 Era, After COVID-19 Era, Digital Learning} }