Analysis of Satisfaction of University e-Learning Classes
Keywords:: e-learning Class satisfaction
This study, therefore, aims to propose a direction for the future e-learning class, by analyzing the satisfaction with e-learning class.
It also administered questionnaires to 96 freshmen at universities located in Seoul, from Jun. 22 to Jun. 30, 2020, and used a total of 92 copies in the finally analysis. From the findings above, following suggestions for the quality improvement of e-learning class in general universities can be summarized:
First, it needs to prioritize the establishment of stable and available e-learning systems in schools. Second, professors should quickly adapt to e-learning class, a new paradigm of education. Third, student should primarily acquire basic abilities to use computers, recognize that self-directed learning is the core of university education and make effort to escape from learning by rote, which had been conducted from elementary to high schools. In addition, they should reasonably judge what a method is desirable for enhancing their learning performance.
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