A Study on Evaluating Learning Effects Based on Analysis of Satisfaction in E-learning

Title & Authors
A Study on Evaluating Learning Effects Based on Analysis of Satisfaction in E-learning
Kwon, Yeong-ae; Noh, Younghee;

Abstract
This study examined student satisfaction with e-learning experiences in order to determine which factors had the greatest impact on reports of satisfaction among students at Konkuk University. We surveyed 4,889 students enrolled in e-learning courses and analyzed 830 completed questionnaires to identify factors that influence student satisfaction with e-learning. Results showed significant correlations between system factors and satisfaction ($\small{R^2=0.577}$; p = 0.000). The system factor with the greatest impact on satisfaction was course attendance rate (0.224; p = 0.000).
Keywords
E-leaning;E-leaning Satisfaction;Learning Effect;Background Factor;System Factor;
Language
English
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