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University Students’ Self-efficacy in Online Learning due to COVID-19

Authors: Erni Tanius

DOI: 10.37082/IJIRMPS.2020.v08i06.011Short DOI: ghtwkj

Country: Malaysia View / Download Full Text PDF File


Abstract: The pandemic COVID 19 shocked the world; it changes everybody's life, especially in education and online learning becomes a new culture. Hence, this study will identify the correlation between learners' motivation, computer anxiety, and social support with self-efficacy on online learning technology due to COVID 19 pandemic. Besides, to determine if there are any gender and age differences in their perception of online learning technology. 166 students in a university were using online learning for the first time participated in this study. The correlation analysis and chi-square are used to answer the objective of the study. The result indicated that online learning technology experience, learners' attitudes, learners' motivation, computer anxiety, and social support correlate with self-efficacy on online learning technology. Furthermore, the finding revealed that male and female respondents and different ages have similar opinions on the factors that contribute to online learning technology.

Keywords: Online Learning, E-learning, Distance Education, COVID-19, Education


Paper Id: 838

Published On: 2020-12-27

Published In: Volume 8, Issue 6, November-December 2020

Cite This: University Students’ Self-efficacy in Online Learning due to COVID-19 - Erni Tanius - IJIRMPS Volume 8, Issue 6, November-December 2020. DOI 10.37082/IJIRMPS.2020.v08i06.011

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