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E-learning: Factors Affecting Students Online Learning During COVID-19 Quarantine in a Developing Country

Abstract : In response to the impending spread of COVID-19, universities worldwide switched to digital learning. They switched to online platforms using technology in their learning processes. In this context, an online survey study was conducted in Saint Joseph University, Faculty of Business in which the authors collected 458 responses from students during the spring-summer 2020 semester. The quantitative study focused on (1) the students’ access to technology, (2) the facilitating conditions offered by the university during the semester (3) the learning value acquired from the online teaching and (4) the demographics characteristics as gender and level of education. The researchers tested the relationship between those variables and the intention to use e-learning and to continue using it after the pandemic crisis. In this paper, the authors present and discuss their study’s results, where no gender differences were noted but a disparity in the level of education led to acceptance or rejection of future use of e-learning; moreover, the access to technology raised a major problem specially in the case of a developing country.
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Nada Mallah Boustani, May Merhej Sayegh. E-learning: Factors Affecting Students Online Learning During COVID-19 Quarantine in a Developing Country. Information and Knowledge Systems. Digital Technologies, Artificial Intelligence and Decision Making, 425, Springer International Publishing, pp.17-28, 2021, Lecture Notes in Business Information Processing, ⟨10.1007/978-3-030-85977-0_2⟩. ⟨hal-03826308⟩



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