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Nursing education is the center of caring development in the community. Although in online learning, educators are the main key in implementing caring behavior. This study aims to determine the level of caring behavior of nursing lecturers in online learning in the era of the Covid-19 pandemic. The research design used was descriptive quantitative with a cross sectional approach. The sampling technique used a convenience sampling method with a total of 141 nursing students from D3 and Bachelor of Nursing study programs who have participated in online learning since March 2020. The data collection tool is a technology-mediated caring questionnaire for online nursing education, consisting of 58 valid statement items. The results showed that the caring behavior of nursing lecturers in the very high category was 49 (34%), in the high category was 52 (37%), in the medium category was 23 (17%), in the low category was 10 (7%) and in the very low category was 7 (5%). It is hoped that the results of this study will become a reference in managing the online learning process to facilitate a caring atmosphere among students and also between students and lecturers.
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