SATISFACTION WITH E-LEARNING QUALITY EXPRESSES READINESS TO DEVELOP OWN ONLINE COURSE, NOT ONLY JUST TO FURTHER STUDY ONLINEJournal: Problems of Psychology in the 21st Century (Vol.13, No. 1)
Publication Date: 2019-06-30
Authors : Lambri Yovkov; Stanislava Stoyanova;
Page : 32-38
Keywords : gender differences in satisfaction; e-learning quality; satisfaction with e-learning;
E-learning has become an important part of contemporary educational process. Satisfaction with e-learning quality was studied among 133 Bulgarian participants in an online survey, of which more than the half took part is some e-learning courses. The results indicated that the learners for whom e-learning was a part of their education at school or university tended to do more online courses and were more satisfied with e-learning quality, so traditional education seemed to support e-learning. The participants who had been enrolled in some online courses, who had their own Internet site and who were satisfied with e-learning quality were more self-confident in their ability of developing an online course. Satisfaction with e-learning prevailed in the sample, because approximately one out of ten participants stated firmly not being satisfied with e-learning quality and four out of five participants would like to use e-learning as a part of their further education. More male participants were satisfied with e-leaning quality than the female participants in support of some previous findings concerning higher life satisfaction in men than in women. Satisfaction with e-learning could be considered as a domain-specific satisfaction that is a part of overall life satisfaction.
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