Students’ Attitudes to the Online University Course of Management in the Context of COVID-19

Miglena Angelova
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Abstract


The present paper tracks the attitudes of the Bulgarian students towards online education provided by the universities during the quarantine period due to the pandemic situation caused by COVID-19. The study presents data and analysis of results from an empirical survey conducted in April 2020 among students in different stages of their tertiary education in Bachelor Degree. Our findings show that students define online lectures with the same quality as traditional lectures in auditoriums. In terms of intensity there is no clear expressed opinion of responders with slight predominance of people who claim that the intensity of online learning is less than the traditional lecture. Major part of responded students claims that they manage to focus better in online lecture. Students are convinced that in online environment they work easier in individual tasks, but not in team works.

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Online education, COVID-19, Tertiary education

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Angelova, M. (2020). Students’ attitudes to the online university course of management in the context of COVID-19. International Journal of Technology in Education and Science (IJTES), 4(4), 283-292.




DOI: https://doi.org/10.46328/ijtes.v4i4.111

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