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|Undergraduate Student’s Attitude Towards E-learning
|Faculty of Education
|Central Department of Education
|This study aimed at examining the attitudes of undergraduate students towards e-learning in Kathmandu Valley. The study mainly focused on exploring undergraduate student’s attitude towards e- learning and to analyze the opportunities and challenges of e-learning. A self– structured opinionnaire with 5-point Likert scale and two open ended question ware designed for data collection from a sample of 400 undergraduate level students. The researcher collected 250 students out of 400 students from Kathmandu Colleges and 150 students from online google form. A set of 20 (positive and negative) opinionnaire were developed as the tool for collection data. The opinionnaire had five level of statements strongly agree, agree, undecided, disagree and strongly disagree of Likert scale. The 𝑥 2 -test, mean, t-test, standard deviation, attitude score and percentage were used to determine the attitude of students towards e-learning. Findings of the study shows undergraduate students had a positive attitudes towards e-learning. Slow and unstable internet facilities, with the least understanding of students about e-learning, often develop a negative approach among students regarding e-learning. Policy makers should include e-learning topics in the curriculum and the government needs to organize workshops and seminars for teachers to equip them with knowledge and application of e-learning in academic process.
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