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This study aims to identify the implementation of online learning at home in elementary school students due to the existence of the COVID-19 pandemic. The study uses library research where in collecting data information with documentation techniques that are looking for data about relevant things from various kinds in the library such as documents, books, magazines, news. The selected article and news criteria are discussion of the Impact of COVID-19 and Online Learning in Primary Schools. Of the 10 sources obtained, the most relevant were selected and 3 articles and 6 news were selected. The results of the study, showed that the impact of covid on the implementation of online learning in elementary schools could be implemented quite well. This can be seen from the results of data from 3 articles and 6 news that show that the impact of COVID-19 on the implementation of online learning in elementary schools can be done quite well if there is collaboration between teachers, students and parents in learning at home.
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