Students’ Students’ Perceptions towards the Quality of Online Education: A Qualitative Approach Yi Yang Linda F. Cornelius Mississippi State University Abstract How to ensure the quality of online learning in institutions of higher education has been a …
Students The Perceptions of Students Toward Online Learning at a Midwestern University What Are Students Telling Us and What Are We Doing About It? John A. Huss and Shannon Eastep Northern Kentucky University, USA Introduction There is little argument that online education, once considered a novelty, or at best, an alternative
Learning The implications of online learning versus face-to-face learning have been discussed for several years in higher education. This study examined the issues of …
Medical The COVID-19 pandemic has disrupted teaching in a variety of institutions, especially in medical schools. Electronic learning (e-learning) became the core method of teaching the curriculum during the pandemic. After 8 weeks of only online learning, a survey was conducted to investigate perception of this type of learning among medical students.1. 64
Online In this study, we focus on understanding Agricultural Student’s perception and preference towards the online learning through an online survey of 307 students. We also explored the student’s preferences for various attributes of online classes, which will be helpful to design effective online learning environment.1. 122
Students’ Students’ perception of online learning during COVID‐19 pandemic: A case study on the English students of STKIP Pamane Talino. SOSHUM: Jurnal Sosial Dan Humaniora, 10 (2), 225–235. 10.31940/soshum.v10i2.1316 [Google Scholar] Anderson, T. (2003). Getting the mix right again: An updated and theoretical rationale for interaction.
Offline The study revealed the opinions and perceptions of Delhi’s school students towards virtual learning as it increased the technological literacy of students, traveling time can be saved in the online classes and it is more flexible in time and space, whereas it is not comfortable when compared with the offline classes.
Online demand for mobile computing (Online Learning Consortium, 2015). This survey will describe online student perceptions and their preferences with regard to taking online courses and their concerns with these online courses. Keywords: online education, online, post-secondary education, distance learning .
COVID-19 Effect of COVID-19 on educational institution has interrupted the traditional method of teaching and learning which ultimately created the demand of online class. In this background, study aim was to find out the perception of students towards online-class during COVID-19 pandemic. The study was based on descriptive research design.
Nigeria Students’ Learning Experiences and Perceptions of Online Course Content and Interactions by Alex A. Nwankwo MBA, University of Nigeria BS, University of Nigeria Doctoral Study Submitted in Partial Fulfillment of the Requirements for a Degree …1. 4
Experiences students to reflect on their online-learning experiences at any time prior to the survey, regardless of the institution at which the course was offered or course content—essentially, any online- learning experiences that have contributed to …
Online online education to be effective both instructors and students must have experience with online instruction. It is expected that the perception towards online education is influenced by experience. Other factors influencing the effectiveness of online instructions are technology background, familiarity with online technology, and distance.
Skills The negative attitudes of students towards online learning were. identified with low level of computer skills, technological anxiety, and computer. hardware problems, as well as poor study skills 1. Author: Obaid Ullah
Learning Students’ Perception towards Learning Platforms – A (Added 1 hours ago) Aug 18, 2021 · The purpose of this study is to find out college students perception towards the learning platforms and their priorities with regard to online learning as well as offline learning. Rapid developments in education technology have provided many new options of learning to …
Modules Join for free. Public Full-texts 2. differences in perceptions toward th e online modules between those enrolled focuses on students’ perceptions of online learning modules using …
Online Thus, they showed negative attitudes toward online learning. Finally, Blizak, Blizak, Bouchenak, and Yahiaoui (2020) studied the perception of 380 Algerian university students to online Results, indicating that students hold a negative perception of online education they are hesitant about digital education and prefer in-class learning.
Students Total 382 responses were received.137 males and 245 females participated in the study. 0.851 was calculated as Cronbach’s alpha of the questionnaire. Overall, 77% students have negative perceptions towards e-learning. 76% of the students use mobile device for their e-learning.1. 136
Effect of COVID-19 on educational institution has interrupted the traditional method of teaching and learning which ultimately created the demand of online class. In this background, study aim was to find out the perception of students towards online-class during COVID-19 pandemic. The study was based on descriptive research design.
The result of this study indicate that face-to-face learning perception was higher than online learning in term of social presence, social interaction, and satisfaction. However, there is no statistically significant difference in learning preference found among level of student.
Students' perception of online class It is students whose opinion matters most in the education system. Online classes may become a chunk of the future education system, but it cannot be carried for the future unless students accept it.
At many institutions, the effectiveness of distance and on-line learning methodologies has not been well researched prior to adoption. To better understand how these learning technologies impact student perceptions of learning, a study was conducted at a medium size state university in the southeastern part of the United States.