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Paper Title :
Online Learning Experience of the Learners: Their Readiness, Expectations and Level of Satisfaction

Author :Filiz Kalelioglu

Article Citation :Filiz Kalelioglu , (2017 ) " Online Learning Experience of the Learners: Their Readiness, Expectations and Level of Satisfaction " , International Journal of Management and Applied Science (IJMAS) , pp. 12-16, Volume-3,Issue-3

Abstract : Understanding the readiness and expectations of the e-learners is vital in the beginning of the online learning experience for designing the process of e-learning and organizing the opportunities. Additionally, evaluating the satisfaction levels of the e-learners will give feedback about learning process, which may affect the future plans of institutions about elearning. From this point of view, this case study is carried out to examine the online learning experience of e-learners in terms of their readiness, expectations and level of satisfaction. In the beginning of the e-learning, a scale of readiness and satisfaction were handedon to the students enrolled a non-thesis programme at the department of Computer Education and Instructional Technology. After completion of the semester in this programme, satisfaction scale was used to identify the satisfaction level of the e-learners. Findings revealed that the readiness and expectation level of the e-learners were found to be at the high level. Moreover, satisfaction of the e-learners was found to be at moderate level. Keywords - e-learning, readiness, expectation, level of satisfaction

Type : Research paper


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