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Journal: International Journal for Quality Research (Vol.17, No. 3)

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Page : 939-950

Keywords : Online Learning; Higher Education; Electronic Courses; Educational Process; Online Learning Resources; Higher Education Quality;

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In this article, we consistently analyze some aspects of higher education related to each other by the desire to determine the availability of online learning resources (with the potential to ensure the quality of higher education). This issue is actualized by the transfer of a certain part of the higher education process to the online form. All that causes some concerns that the new form of higher education will not allow maintaining the quality of higher education. The theoretical framework of this article is based on the methodology of the neo-institutional approach. The empirical baseline is based on the mass sociological survey conducted among High School students. The results of this study showed that the online learning form lacks the necessary resources to maintain the quality of higher education at the expected high level. The conclusion is partially consistent with the established discourse on the quality of higher education since a considerable part of researchers is convinced that online learning has a great potential for the development of higher education at the proper teaching level.

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