Academy of Entrepreneurship Journal (Print ISSN: 1087-9595; Online ISSN: 1528-2686)


Factors Influencing Student Satisfaction With the Virtual Entrepreneurship Modality At A Private University in Lima

Author(s): Karina Salome Huaranga Arzapalo and Jose Maria Alfaro Giraldo

The purpose of this research work is to know the influence of the virtual technological environment implemented in a private university in Lima in relation to student satisfaction and how they meet the requirements accepted by traditional education. The evaluation was carried out in a correlational explanatory way developed with a sample of 153 students of the Business career randomly selected in the courses of Statistics and Computer Tools in the virtual modality of a private university in Lima, to whom the Distance Learning Environment Survey (DELES) was applied, supported by a referential study carried out in 2003. This study has shown that most of the students are satisfied with the teaching methodology in the virtual modality and the knowledge developed has been more applicable than in traditional education. Consequently, it can be affirmed that there is a direct relationship between the degree of influence of the factors of the virtual environment and student satisfaction, culminating in the importance and approval of the student. This result is based on constructivist theory.

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