• Ketut Santi Indriani English Department, Faculty of Arts, Udayana University
  • Ni Made Ayu Widiastuti Udayana University, Indonesia.



The study is aimed to determine students’ attitudes towards online English learning through the LMS Moodle during the Covid-19 and their effect on students’ learning achievements. The data source in this study were 112 students of the Faculty of Economics and Business, Udayana University. Data were collected through questionnaire deployment to determine student attitudes towards online English learning through the LMS Moodle. Meanwhile, to determine the effect of students’ attitudes to learning achievement, data were collected through observation on Moodle. This study found that students have positive attitudes towards online English learning through the LMS Moodle even though this was the first time they learned English through Moodle. This positive attitudes increased along with their increasing recognition of the Moodle application and their ability to self-manage their learning. It is also found that their positive attitudes towards learning have an impact on improving learning achievements gradually.


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How to Cite

Indriani, K. S., & Widiastuti, N. M. A. (2021). STUDENTS’ ATTITUDE TOWARDS ENGLISH ONLINE LEARNING THROUGH MOODLE DURING THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC . Celtic : A Journal of Culture, English Language Teaching, Literature and Linguistics, 8(2), 190-205.