Determinants of university students' satisfaction with information technology based classroom use by pandemic Covid19

Miguel Fernando Inga-ávila, Roberto Líder Churampi-Cangalaya, Marilú Uribe-Hinostroza, Cecilia Gladys Aliaga-Sandoval, Francisca Huamán-Pérez, Anieval Cirilo Peña-Rojas

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Educational activities have changed due to the pandemic and it was necessary to respond by giving continuity to the formative processes with virtual platforms as it happened at the Universidad Nacional del Centro del Perú-School of Social Work. The objective was to know the level of satisfaction of students in the use of the virtual platform chosen, using the Questionnaire for the evaluation of learning environments in distance education (Sp-DELES) of 42 questions with dimensions: teacher support, student interaction and collaboration, personal relevance, real learning, active learn-ing, autonomy and satisfaction. A total of 213 students were consulted, the instrument was distrib-uted digitally and anonymously. For the descriptive analysis, the results were ranked in three response categories: agree, indifferent and disagree; the Autonomy dimension was valued with 69.01% agreement and 9.39% disagreement. The dimension with the lowest appreciation was Satisfaction with 25.35% agreement and 28.64% disagreement. Structural equation modeling was performed with SmartPLS, obtaining that Faculty support (FS) and Active learning (AL) have a direct relationship with Satisfaction (S) in the use of the virtual platform with beta values (β) of 0.279 and 0.872 respectively. Contrarily, Real learning (RL) and Autonomy (A) have an inverse relationship with Satisfaction (S) with beta values (β) of-0.025 and-0.122 respectively. The study reflects that there is no relationship between Interaction and Communication among Students (ICS), Personal Relevance (PR) and Satisfaction (S) as the p-values were greater than 0.05. The value of the coefficient of determination (R2) was 0.778 being the representative model. The study is non-experimental, descriptive, explicative and cross-sectional.

Idioma originalInglés estadounidense
Páginas (desde-hasta)1567-1576
PublicaciónInternational Journal of Data and Network Science
EstadoIndizado - 1 set. 2022
Publicado de forma externa

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