Analysis of Students’ e-Learning Styles and their Attitudes and Self-Efficacy Perceptions towards Distance Education

Betul Ozaydin Ozkara, Emin Ibili
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Abstract


In this study, the effects of different variables such as age, gender, department and learning style on students’ e-learning styles, their attitudes towards e-learning and e-learning self-efficacy were investigated. In addition, the relationship between students’ e-learning styles, their attitudes towards e-learning and self-efficacy has been examined. In this context, the data were collected from 104 both distance education and formal education students. Results show that e-learning styles vary according to gender, age, type of education and department. The e-learning self-efficacy differs in department, age and type of education, but not in gender. The results also show that students’ attitudes towards e-learning differ in the way of learning, but not in age, gender and department. The results revealed that there was a positive relationship between students’ e-learning styles and self-efficacy while there was no relationship between e-learning and attitudes. Additionally, a strong relationship was found between students’ e-learning self-efficacy and their attitudes towards e-learning.


Keywords


Distance education, e-learning styles, attitude, self-efficacy

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Ozaydin Ozkara, B., & Ibili, E. (2021). Analysis of students’ e-learning styles and their attitudes and self-efficacy perceptions towards distance education. International Journal of Technology in Education and Science (IJTES), 5(4), 550-570. https://doi.org/10.46328/ijtes.200




DOI: https://doi.org/10.46328/ijtes.200

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