HOW DO ISLAMIC PREACHERS PROMOTE ISLAMIC VALUES THROUGH DIGITAL LEARNING? QUALITATIVE EVIDENCE FROM INDONESIA

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Muhammad Choirin
Marlon Pontino Guleng
Dion Saputra Arbi
Rikza Maulan

Keywords

digital learning, digital platform, islamic preacher, promote islamic values

Abstract

The integration of digital technology in education has revolutionized learning across diverse fields, including religious education. This study investigates how Islamic da'wah utilizes digital platforms to bolster digital learning and disseminate teachings more effectively, confronting challenges like ensuring information accuracy, overcoming language barriers, and balancing traditional and digital methods. Employing both a literature review and qualitative research, the study delineates and scrutinizes the strategies that preachers use to foster digital learning. It highlights the crucial role of online platforms, mobile applications, e-courses, e-learning modules, digital resources, virtual communities, and forums in broadly disseminating Islamic da'wah across Indonesia. The significant engagement with digital da'wah content from various Islamic groups underscores its profound impact. This research enriches our understanding of digital learning's influence on Islamic education, advocating for its role as a supplement to conventional in-person preaching. The study offers valuable insights for Islamic preachers and educators, advocating for the enhancement of digital learning initiatives to amplify the reach and impact of Islamic education in the modern world.