- Volume 5 Issue 2
It is assumed that there is difference between working students and non-working students with respect to distance learning. In this paper, we surveyed attendance in distance learning courses to verify differences in perception of faithfulness, studying time, and completion of content reading. The results are analyzed and reported. The statistical analysis indicates that working students perceive that they are less faithful to their lectures. However, the results pertaining to participation time per week and content reading showed no statistical difference between working students and non-working students.
Distance Learning;Working Student;Faithfulness