Remote Learning Satisfaction among Higher Education Learners During the COVID-19 Pandemic in Malaysia and Thailand


Covid-19 pandemic that started in early 2020 has exponentially changed how education is delivered to higher education students in Malaysia and Thailand. The present teaching and learning routine that depended much on face-to-face interaction between educators and learners and to a certain extent blended education was disrupted when the world was attacked by the Covid-19 pandemic. The disruptions created by the pandemic forced higher education (HE) to continue with their teaching and learning activities through emergency remote learning/online learning mechanism. The new mechanism of teaching and learning has affected how HE students learn. This quantitative study conducted among a group of undergraduates in HE institutions is to identify their satisfaction and perception of remote/online learning. The findings indicate that majority of undergraduate students prefer hybrid/blended education instead of remote/online education. The undergraduates also indicated less satisfaction with remote/online learning.

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Manjet Kaur Mehar Singh, Universiti Sains Malaysia, Malaysia
Karansupamas Engchuan, Mahidol University, Thailand

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Conference: BCE2021
Stream: Higher education

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