Students’ Satisfaction with Online Learning Environments - Post COVID-19
Source of Publication
2022 International Conference on Innovation and Intelligence for Informatics, Computing, and Technologies (3ICT)
With the outbreak of COVID-19, several countries have requested the closure of all educational institutions; many universities have shifted to online mode during this period. Previous studies showed the need for a continuous assessment of student’s satisfaction with the online delivery methods to improve the teaching and learning experience. This paper is framed with the motivational needs and social presence theories to review students’ perceptions of various online learning environment tools, social presence, and satisfaction with online courses. 846 students in higher education institutes from different backgrounds and cultures participated in the online survey. Results show that the learning environment has a positive, substantial, and significant relationship with social presence. Moreover, factors influencing the learning environment that was significant to student satisfaction are presented.
COVID-19, Technological innovation, Electronic learning, Pandemics, Education, Informatics
Alrayes, Amal; Al-Shamaileh, Ons; Nizamuddin, Nishara; and Ahmed, Fatima, "Students’ Satisfaction with Online Learning Environments - Post COVID-19" (2022). All Works. 5543.
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