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This research aims to identify and assess the project risks of online teaching in Indonesian higher education institutions during the COVID-19 crisis. Two analyses have been conducted using the project risk management approach. First, a triangulation analysis based on interviews with 35 online teaching stakeholders was implemented in order to construct a risk breakdown structure to identify major registered risks. Second, a risk assessment calculating the severity score of each registered risk was conducted using an online survey with 125 online teaching participants. The results of these analyses concluded that there were 11 registered risks, with the highest risk exposure in the technological area. In terms of risk criticality, inadequate Internet connection and an inconducive learning environment were selected as the most critical risks with the highest severity scores. These results imply the importance of focussing on the technological risk mitigation and strategy policies to prepare for future online learning projects after the COVID-19 crisis in Indonesia.
Keywords: distance learning, online teaching, project risk management, risk breakdown, structure.
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