Online Learning Habits and Engagement of Male Emirati Students: Exploratory Study
Source of Publication
Atlantis Highlights in Social Sciences, Education and Humanities
Current study aims to identify online learner-content interaction style of Emirati students under the circumstances of unforeseen events. This investigation would help improve learning experience and academic success of Arab students in online media of instruction where online studies is the only option available. The data were collected during the period of Spring semester affected by COVID-19 quarantine. The information on students’ behavior was retrieved through Blackboard course reports. Analysis results enabled discovery of Emirati students’ behavior patterns in an online learning environment and their content type preferences; it helped identify students struggling with learning, take decisions on content amendment, and see the correlation between the level of their online activity and final course grades.
Atlantis Press International BV
Nikolayeva, Larysa, "Online Learning Habits and Engagement of Male Emirati Students: Exploratory Study" (2023). All Works. 6226.
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