The Effectiveness of Online Teaching Activities: A Case at UFLS – UD, Vietnam


Universities have been very interested in implementing online teaching activities, which is the optimal choice in a modern society. University of Foreign Language Studies (UFLS) belonging to the University of Danang (UD), Viet Nam have focused on implementing this activity in many recent years through a variety of work such as investing in information technology infrastructure and software, organizing training courses for teachers to use them, encouraging teachers in being conscious of implementing online teaching, spending time to invest in drafting lectures, applying teaching methods suitable to the online teaching model in order to integrate maximize the learning activities of learners. However, all these things have not really met the demand at all for bringing the effectiveness of online teaching due to a lot of reasons. There were still cases where teachers have not mastered online teaching equipment, especially supporting software as well as responding to students' questions about lessons in the teaching process. The paper used qualitative and quantitative as well surveying methods with 373 students of UFLS-UD to find out the current situations and proposed appropriate and feasible solutions to improve the activities of online teaching to ensure the quality of high education at UFLS–UD, Viet Nam in personal and universities in general.

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Tran Thi Thuy Oanh, University of Foreign Language Studies - The University of Da Nang, Viet Nam

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Conference: ACE2023
Stream: Foreign Languages Education & Applied Linguistics (including ESL/TESL/TEFL)

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Oanh T. (2024) The Effectiveness of Online Teaching Activities: A Case at UFLS – UD, Vietnam ISSN: 2186-5892 The Asian Conference on Education 2023: Official Conference Proceedings
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