Journal of Economics and Economic Education Research (Print ISSN: 1533-3590; Online ISSN: 1533-3604)


A Report on during the Covid-19 Pandemic, How Effective was Emergency E-Learning?

Author(s): Frikha Pingaud

The Covid-19 pandemic prompted the closure of universities and colleges around the world, in the hopes that public health officials' recommendations of social distance would help flatten the curve of infection and reduce overall epidemic fatalities. However, the greatest method for students to learn about educational quality is through the use of an e-learning framework. The goal of this study was to look at characteristics that reflected actual e-learning system usage among university students during the covid-19 epidemic. Students' attitudes about use, which in turn affects actual use of the e-learning system during the Covid-19 epidemic, are positively connected with facilitating condition, perceived control, and self-efficacy. Structural equation modelling (SEM) and route analysis were used to test the model based on user data from the e-learning system used, which was acquired via an online survey. The results revealed that students' attitudes toward using the e-learning system had a beneficial impact on their learning during the Covid-19 epidemic. Previous research has rarely looked at an integrated paradigm in the context of e-learning programmes in developing nations.

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