The Benefit of Digital Literacy for English Literature Students

  • Merry Rullyanti University of Dehasen Bengkulu
  • Lina Tri Astuty Beru Sembiring University of Dehasen Bengkulu
  • Viki Mahdiansyah University of Dehasen Bengkulu
  • Rike Monike University of Dehasen Bengkulu


This  research  purposed  to  examine  the  benefits  of  digital  competency and  e-learning  during  the  Pandemic  that  interrupted  schooling.  Expert opinions  published  in  different  international  publications  were  used  to address  the  question.  The core of our results from a wide range of subjects, including the benefits of digital literacy, is that it is undoubtedly capable   of   innovating   learning   that   has   been   disrupted   since   the Pandemic struck the globe. Although expert opinions differ significantly, the  abilities  of  pupils  and  other  educators  in  digital  technology  are  so essential  that  educational  disruption  will  be  very  fearful.  To address  the research's  topic, the  researchers looked  for  data  in  the  literature and   then   performed   a   study   that   included   coding   systems,   theme verification,  assessment,  and  in-depth  interpretation.  This is qualitative research that takes a phenomenological approach touts design.  The findings showed that digital literacy is defined as students’ capacity to arrange    knowledge    in    the    world    of    learning,    from    seeking    to communicating, with little instructor assistance. This document includes, among  other  things,  a  summary  of  the  study's  results  with  the  hopes  of providing  more  information  for  educators  and  educational  researchers interested   in   using   digital   literacy   to   innovate   teaching   during   the Pandemic.


Keyword: Digital Literacy, e-learning, students’ learning


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Rullyanti, M., Sembiring, L., Mahdiansyah, V., & Monike, R. (2024). The Benefit of Digital Literacy for English Literature Students. Literary Criticism, 8(1), 1-8. Retrieved from
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