Changes in Students' Experiences and Perceptions towards E-learning at Hoa Sen University during Covid-19 Pandemic

Journal Title: AsiaCALL Online Journal - Year 2022, Vol 13, Issue 1

Abstract

The COVID-19 epidemic has had a profound influence on every area of society, particularly on education. For the duration of the epidemic, almost all institutions and universities have switched traditional learning to E-learning as a way of preserving academic continuity. As a result, students' perspectives and experiences with online learning are becoming more relevant, necessitating additional research. The survey was conducted in two phases: in March 2019 (before the covid-19 pandemic) and in July 2020 (during the pandemic). The results were used to evaluate changes in students' views and experiences of E-learning at Hoa Sen University (after the first covid-19 pandemic). A total of 158 and 214 people were recruited to participate in the first and second phases of the study, respectively. To gather and evaluate data obtained via online questionnaires, several quantitative and qualitative techniques were utilized. The research findings revealed that students had more positive attitudes about studying through online education. In view of the escalating covid-19 epidemic, educators' suggestions were offered to enhance the efficacy of online instruction.

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Hoang To Thu Dung, Tran Quang Hai

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Changes in Students' Experiences and Perceptions towards E-learning at Hoa Sen University during Covid-19 Pandemic

The COVID-19 epidemic has had a profound influence on every area of society, particularly on education. For the duration of the epidemic, almost all institutions and universities have switched traditional learning to E-l...

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  • EP ID EP698193
  • DOI http://eoi.citefactor.org/10.11251/acoj.13.01.002
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Hoang To Thu Dung, Tran Quang Hai (2022). Changes in Students' Experiences and Perceptions towards E-learning at Hoa Sen University during Covid-19 Pandemic. AsiaCALL Online Journal, 13(1), -. https://europub.co.uk/articles/-A-698193