Students’ Preference of Technology Enabled Learning during Covid-19: A Study on Higher Education Institution of Bangladesh

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2022-09
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Akter, Mst Shopna
Bhuiyan, Md Omar Faruk
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Commonwealth of Learning (COL)
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PCF10 Sub-theme: Inspiring Innovations // After the spread of Covid-19 the world witnesses a quick technological shift in the education sector and the demand for technology-enabled learning is increasing. The objective of this study is to find out students’ preference in technology-enabled learning during Covid-19 in the context of Bangladesh. In order to conduct this study mixed methods have been used where a survey questionnaire has been chosen for the quantitative purposes and focus group discussions has been chosen for the qualitative purpose. 100 students have been selected as a sample for the survey questionnaire and 7 students have been selected for focus group discussions to find out their feedback towards technology-enabled learning during Covid-19. The findings of the study indicates that almost all of the students in the tertiary level of Bangladesh prefer technology-enabled learning for various reasons. During the Covid-19 pandemic learners willingly participated in technology-enabled learning in order to resume their study, to avoid session jot, and to maintain their mental health strong as technology-enabled learning during Covid-19 help them to interact with their friends and teachers. As a 21st- century learners most of them want technology-enabled learning after the Covid-19 pandemic also and want it in their learning process. // Paper ID 8633
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Technology-Enabled Learning (TEL), Higher Education
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Bangladesh
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Asia
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