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Title: Satisfaction of Online University Education during the COVID-19 Pandemic
Authors: Ortega-Donaire, Lucía
Bailén-Expósito, Jessica
Álvarez-García, Cristina
López-Medina, Isabel M.
Álvarez-Nieto, Carmen
Sanz-Martos, Sebastián
Abstract: The rapid global spread of the coronavirus disease affected the education sector, which had to adapt its teaching methodology to an online scenario to curb the increase in infections. This study aimed to determine the satisfaction level of university students regarding the online education they received during the COVID-19 pandemic. A descriptive cross-sectional study was carried out with nursing degree students. Convenience sampling was used because of the accessibility of the sample, estimating 168 as the minimum sample size needed. The satisfaction level was measured using the “Questionnaire on Satisfaction of University Students with Online Training” (CUSAUF). The sample consisted of 215 participants. The overall level of satisfaction was high. Subject content and teaching methodology were the most highly rated aspects, while aspects related to lecturerstudent communication and communication among students were rated the worst. The Cronbach’s alpha for the satisfaction scale was 0.94, showing high internal consistency and reliability of the sample. Online education could be considered an alternative methodology for teaching learning modules or complementing face-to-face training in future training programs.
Keywords: Students
Issue Date: 14-May-2023
Publisher: MDPI
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