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Year 2022, Volume 23, Issue 3, 103 - 117, 01.07.2022

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INVESTIGATING NURSING STUDENTS’ SATISFACTION WITH THE QUALITY OF COURSES AND VIRTUAL LEARNING DURING THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC IN 2020-2021

Year 2022, Volume 23, Issue 3, 103 - 117, 01.07.2022

Abstract

Education in medical sciences, including nursing, has encountered numerous challenges following the worldwide outbreak of coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19). Additionally, students’ satisfaction with the methods of instruction can be accompanied by improved learning outcomes. This study aimed to investigate the nursing students’ satisfaction with the quality of courses (SQC) and satisfaction with virtual learning (SVL) during the COVID-19 pandemic. This cross-sectional study was conducted at a nursing school (105 nursing students) in Tehran,Iran, in the first semester of 2020-2021. The individual characteristics questionnaire, the Course Experience Questionnaire (CEQ), and the e-Learning Satisfaction Questionnaire (e-LSQ) were used for data collection. More than 88% of the nursing students were satisfied with the quality of the courses. The level of SVL in 57.1% of them was moderate. Among the individual variables, only the academic semester was regarded as a predictor of SQC (p=0.025). There was no significant relationship between the dimensions and the total score of CEQ with students’ academic achievement (p<0.05). Additionally, all the CEQ dimensions were significant predictors of the nursing students’ SQC (p<0.001). Given the unknown time of eradicating COVID-19, it is necessary to adopt appropriate policies and perform proper planning to continue better nursing education and increase student satisfaction.

References

  • Ahmed, H., Allaf, M., & Elghazaly, H. (2020). COVID-19 and medical education. The Lancet Infectious Diseases, 20(7), 777-778.
  • Akmayeva, G. (2017). Impact of access control and copyright in e-learning from user’s perspective in the United Kingdom. Brunel University London.
  • Alqahtani, N., Innab, A., & Bahari, G. (2021). Virtual Education During COVID-19: Exploring Factors Associated With E-Learning Satisfaction Among Saudi Nursing Students. Nurse Educator, 46(2), E18-E22.
  • Arora, A. K., & Srinivasan, R. (2020). Impact of pandemic COVID-19 on the teaching–learning process: A study of higher education teachers. Prabandhan: Indian journal of management, 13(4), 43-56.
  • Bao, W. (2020). COVID‐19 and online teaching in higher education: A case study of Peking University. Human Behavior and Emerging Technologies, 2(2), 113-115.
  • Bora, U. J., & Ahmed, M. (2013). E-learning using cloud computing. International Journal of Science and Modern Engineering, 1(2), 9-12.
  • Chen, T., Peng, L., Yin, X., Rong, J., Yang, J., & Cong, G. (2020). Analysis of user satisfaction with online education platforms in China during the COVID-19 pandemic. Paper presented at the Healthcare.
  • Cheraghi, M., & Mahjub, H. (2013). urvey on Satisfaction from Quality of Passed Educational Course from Last Year Students’ Perspective of Hamadan University of Medical Sciences. Iranian Journal of Nursing Research, 8(1), 76-86.
  • Demuyakor, J. (2020). Coronavirus (COVID-19) and online learning in higher institutions of education: A survey of the perceptions of Ghanaian international students in China. Online Journal of Communication and Media Technologies, 10(3), e202018.

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Primary Language English
Subjects Social
Journal Section Articles
Authors

Zahra FARSI This is me
Aja University of Medical Sciences
0000-0002-5154-0758
Iran


Effat AFAGHI This is me (Primary Author)
Aja University of Medical Sciences
0000-0001-5853-3342
Iran


Andrew J. FOURNIER This is me
National Park Service
0000-0003-2988-1713
United States


Yazdan AHMADI This is me
Aja University of Medical Sciences
0000-0003-2505-8105
Iran


Seyedeh Azam SAJADI This is me
Aja University of Medical Sciences
0000-0002-2568-3341
Iran


Shahla ALIYARI This is me
Aja University of Medical Sciences
0000-0001-8963-7048
Iran

Publication Date July 1, 2022
Application Date November 11, 2021
Acceptance Date
Published in Issue Year 2022, Volume 23, Issue 3

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APA Farsı, Z. , Afaghı, E. , Fournıer, A. J. , Ahmadı, Y. , Sajadı, S. A. & Alıyarı, S. (2022). INVESTIGATING NURSING STUDENTS’ SATISFACTION WITH THE QUALITY OF COURSES AND VIRTUAL LEARNING DURING THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC IN 2020-2021 . Turkish Online Journal of Distance Education , 23 (3) , 103-117 . Retrieved from https://dergipark.org.tr/en/pub/tojde/issue/70682/1137240