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The Impact of Online Education On the Satisfactory Acceptance for University Students in Guizhou During COVID-19

Yaozeng Zhang

Abstract


Online learning was developed for offering study through internet facilities without face-to-face classwork. When
COVID-19 existed in early 2020, many universities were forced to operate under the online learning model to ensure no classes
were conducted in class for virus prevention measures. The need to investigate university students’ learning satisfaction in online
learning would be the key to this study through five major influencing factors: performance expectation, effort expectation, social
influence, facilitating conditions, and workload and consideration based on the Unified Theory of Acceptance (UTAUT). The research objectives of this paper focused on; five influencing factors that could impact online student learning, how Guizhou students
adopted the learning mode during the period of COVID-19, and what kind of online teaching policies should be considered in the
future for improving the learning mode.

Keywords


Online Education; Satisfactory Acceptance; COVID-19

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.18282/l-e.v10i6.2811

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