MEASURING STUDENTS’ ATTITUDE TOWARDS E-LEARNING. A CASE STUDY Cover Image

MEASURING STUDENTS’ ATTITUDE TOWARDS E-LEARNING. A CASE STUDY
MEASURING STUDENTS’ ATTITUDE TOWARDS E-LEARNING. A CASE STUDY

Author(s): Patricia Bertea
Subject(s): Education
Published by: ”Carol I” National Defence University Publishing House
Keywords: e-learning; attitude measurement; scale development

Summary/Abstract: As Internet facilitates communication no matter the distances, providing clear transmission of all type of information needed in the learning process, including testing and evaluation systems, e-learning becomes a more suitable environment for many students. The efficiency of starting such a program based on e-tools is under the influence of factors such as: students’ attitudes, the utility they perceive in using these tools, the attitude towards adoption of technology and, of course, the technological background they have. Although, there are many advantages, students have different opinions and attitudes towards this modern process of learning. This study was designed to examine students’ attitudes towards e-learning and to enlighten the differences that appear due to socio-demographic profile, but also due to the specialty they chose for their college studies.

  • Issue Year: 2009
  • Issue No: 01
  • Page Range: 417-424
  • Page Count: 8
  • Language: English