Distance Education in Higher Education in the COVID-19 Pandemic Process: A Case of Isparta Applied Sciences University

Ebru Yılmaz İnce, Ahmet Kabul, İbrahim Diler
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Abstract


Distance education is an education model where individuals are free from learning resources and have no time constraints. During the pandemic period, Isparta University of Applied Sciences continued its 2019-2020 Academic Year Spring semester with distance education with asynchronous lecture notes and synchronous live courses. The purpose of this research is to determine the knowledge and views of students about distance education in the Pandemic Process. Survey method was used in the research; the participants of the research were 1011 students are students at Isparta University of Applied Sciences during the COVID-19 pandemic process. In order to collect the data, a 5-point Likert questionnaire with 21 items was applied. The average, standard deviation and t-Test analysis of the data were done in the SPSS program. According to the results of this research, it was determined that the opportunities of the participants as having computer and internet affect their views on distance education.

Keywords


Distance education, COVID-19, Pandemic, Survey

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Yılmaz İnce, E., Kabul, A., & Diler, İ. (2020). Distance education in higher education in the COVID-19 pandemic process: A case of Isparta Applied Sciences University. International Journal of Technology in Education and Science (IJTES), 4(4), 343-351.




DOI: https://doi.org/10.46328/ijtes.v4i4.112

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