Study of University Education in COVID-19: Considering Future Lectures Based on Survey Results


COVID-19, which is longer than expected, has a great negative impact on our society and life. We are restricted in our actions and many restaurants and businesses are bankrupt. The unemployed are also accelerating. In the field of education as well, various restrictions were imposed, and we had no choice but to change to a method of continuing education with the personal safety of students and faculty members as the top priority. Since face-to-face lectures were common in Japan, education at universities was also restricted, and we had to change to online lectures in a hurry. The faculty are struggling to prepare for online lectures and create teaching materials that they are not accustomed to. Even with the gradual progress of vaccination, the end of COVID-19 has not been expected, and we are in a situation where we have no choice but to continue online lectures. The author’s university conducted the questionnaire survey of online lectures from students. The purpose of this survey is to understand the current situation of students at online classes and to improve the next classes more effectively. The survey’s implementation period was February 25-March 17, 2021, the target was undergraduate students, and the number of respondents was 5,703 (Ratio of respondents to the survey subjects: 23.2%). In this paper, the author will introduce the results of the survey and will consider how to improve the future education with pandemic based on this survey result.

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Mayumi Hori, Chuo University, Japan

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Conference: IICE2022
Stream: Educational Research

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Hori M. (2022) Study of University Education in COVID-19: Considering Future Lectures Based on Survey Results ISSN: 2189-1036 – The IAFOR International Conference on Education – Hawaii 2022 Official Conference Proceedings
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