Online Learning Satisfaction Among the Zhumadian Vocational and Technical College Students

Authors

  • Yan Bin Zu Zhumadian Vocational and Technical College, Zhumadian City, Henan Province, CHINA
  • Shu Liu Zhumadian Vocational and Technical College, Zhumadian City, Henan Province, CHINA
  • Guo Bao Li Zhumadian Vocational and Technical College, Zhumadian City, Henan Province, CHINA
  • Chang Liu Zhumadian Vocational and Technical College, Zhumadian City, Henan Province, CHINA
  • Bin Shu Zhumadian Vocational and Technical College, Zhumadian City, Henan Province, CHINA
  • Nur Fajrie Elementary School Teacher Education Program, Universitas Muria Kudus, 59327 Central Java, INDONESIA

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.53797/jthkkss.v3i1.4.2022

Keywords:

College students, Online learning, Online learning satisfaction, COVID-19, Countermeasures

Abstract

The COVID-19 pandemic has affected education at all levels in a variety of ways. Teachers and students around the world face this challenge together. As a result, online learning during the influenza pandemic has become a trend research topic. With its flexible, convenient, interactive, time-free and resource-rich characteristics, online learning has brought revolutionary new ways of learning. In this research, 62 college students from Zhumadian Vocational and Technical College, different genders and different places of origin, were selected as research subjects. Overall, the students surveyed were between 4 points and 4.5 points (Total score 5 points) satisfied with their online learning. It can be seen that during the epidemic period, the overall satisfaction of students in Zhumadian Vocational and Technical College with online teaching is relatively high, and there are still individual problems in the online learning of college students in Zhumadian Vocational and Technical College, which directly affect their satisfaction with online learning, such as insufficient online teaching interaction. Based on the above conclusions, this study puts forward relevant suggestions from the school level, the level of the online learning platform and the level of learners respectively, in order to play a certain role in improving the satisfaction of college students in online learning.

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Published

2022-06-28

How to Cite

Zu, Y. B., Liu, S., Li, G. B., Liu, C., Shu, B., & Fajrie, N. (2022). Online Learning Satisfaction Among the Zhumadian Vocational and Technical College Students. Journal of Technology and Humanities, 3(1), 26-37. https://doi.org/10.53797/jthkkss.v3i1.4.2022