The Influence of Online University Education

Global Study Perspectives

Authors

  • Ridwan Rahman Lecturer and Researcher in Education, Cultural Heritage, Welfare and Economic, Jawa Barat, Indonesia

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.59600/ijcae.v2i1.17

Keywords:

Education, On-line, Universities

Abstract

The data analysis reveals that 3 out of 5 dependent variables exhibit a significant correlation with the independent variable, leading to the rejection of the null hypothesis (H0Q1) and acceptance of the alternative hypothesis (H1Q1) for research question no.1. Similarly, for research question no.2, 3 out of 5 dependent variables also demonstrate a strong relationship with the independent variable, thereby rejecting the null hypothesis (H0Q2) and accepting the alternative hypothesis (H1Q2). Consequently, recommendations are proposed: Firstly, universities globally should prioritize transitioning to remote learning to alleviate challenges for both students and educators, ensuring accessibility regardless of socio-economic status, gender, or age. Secondly, conducting a comprehensive quantitative survey among educators and students could unearth further insights into optimizing the benefits of online university education. In conclusion, the integration of remote learning has significantly enhanced study perspectives for educators and students worldwide, urging higher education systems to embrace online learning for mutual advancement.

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Published

17.05.2024

How to Cite

Rahman, R. (2024). The Influence of Online University Education: Global Study Perspectives. International Journal of Culture and Education, 2(1). https://doi.org/10.59600/ijcae.v2i1.17

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